Tourist guide to Bahias de Huatulco

The beach of Bahias de Huatulco

The beach of Bahias de Huatulco ©Daquella manera/Flick

Hidden along the beautiful coast of Oaxaca, you will find the town of Bahias of Huatulco, a jewel resort developed in the spirit of environmental conservation. The city is promoted less and therefore it is less well known than other resorts. This is surprising because it is made ​​up of 35 kilometers of coast, including 9 bays and 36 beaches, each with distinct personalities.

Because of this we would like to present you a short tourist guide to Bahias de Huatulco including information about the peak season, the exological reserve and the beaches of the town.


Peak seasons and prices

Huatulco is not a place where you can sit for a long on a very tight budget. Since the resorts are so new, the developers have high tariffs to recover the cost of construction. To find lower prices on flights and accommodation, make reservations in advance.

The peak season in Huatulco begins in December and continues until just after Easter. The summer months of July and August are also considered to be peak season. The accommodation prices increase throughout the Christmas and Easter holidays. Tourists often complain about high prices during these two weeks, but the demans is so great that even the highest prices are paid.

Bahias de Huatulco

Bahias de Huatulco ©Daquella manera/Flick

The ecological reserve of Bahias de Huatulco

Bahias de Huatulco is the largest ecological reserve designated by the Mexican government, thus being a unique tourist destination. The area is surrounded by waterfalls, rivers, and a magnificent mountain scenery. In the period from May to December the vegetation is lush jungle green, offering a wide variety of eco -tourism activities to a great experience in the middel of nature.

The clean beaches and the jungle scenery can be an idyllic retreat, a way in which you can escape the stress of everyday life. Huatulco is the perfect destination for those who want to enjoy the beauty of nature during the day and then retreat to a certain comfort at night.

The FONATUR development of Bahías de Huatulco is an ambitious project that aims to cover 21,000 hectares. The small local communities were transplanted from the coast in Crucecita. The area consists of three sections : Santa Cruz, Crucecita and Tangolunda Bay.

The gorgeous Bahias de Huatulco

The gorgeous Bahias de Huatulco ©Daquella manera/Flick

The beaches of Bahias de Huatulco

Huatulco has become known for its ecotourism attractions including rafting, rappelling and hiking trails in the jungle. It is also appreciated for its nightlife and the dining opportunities outside hotels.

If you are attracted by snorkeling, diving, boat trips and relaxation, Bahias de Huatulco is the best option for your holiday. The nine bays in the area include 36 beaches. Huatulco’s main problem was to ensure air transport. This service relies heavily on the charters in the U.S. and Canada.

The beach of Bahias de Huatulco

The beach of Bahias de Huatulco ©Daquella manera/Flick

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