Excursions in Huatulco
Take a Trail up to the Mountain and take a hike on the beautiful river to reach the ponds located approx. 1.45 hrs. From Huatulco, take a hike by the river side and get to swim in a clear and fresh water river, with its natural swimming pools; on the way see some of the little villages and get to interact with the locals, you will also have excellent homemade food. This is a very different way to admire the mountainside.
The waters off Huatulco offer wonderful species such as Marlin, Sailfish, Dolphin Fish, Tuna and Wahoo so why not try your luck in this early morning fishing trip in one of our fully-equipped boats? Y
You can enjoy an extraordinary day's fishing in a panga, 2-line 26 foot craft, ideal for inshore, small-game fishing or if you prefer deep-sea fishing we also feature the option of our fully equipped 34 footer yachts with 6 lines.
Huatulco is renowned for its Marlin but Sailfish, Barracuda and Tuna are also common. Our experienced bilingual crew will take you to the best fishing grounds so you can try for that elusive prize catch, the dream of all fishermen. You can choose between a four hour trip in a panga, the local craft or a five hour trip in a yacht. Both options are bound to fulfil your highest expectations.
The tour takes 4 or 5 hours, leaving at either 06:45 or 07:45 and returning at 11:00 or 12:00, depending on the option you select. The tour also includes the services of a bilingual guide, all transfers and beer, soft drinks and water on board. We suggest you wear comfortable shoes and clothing and that you bring sunscreen, sunglasses, a cap and some extra cash for tips. Fishing gear, bait and fishing license are also included.
So come and try your luck in the waters off Huatulco and enjoy a great day's fishing in the unparalleled setting of the resort's seven bays.
Meet at the Lobby to address our unity and bring them to Bocana (Copalita Where the river empties into the Pacific Ocean) once there while appreciating the beautiful view, our guide will give a brief explanation and overview of the history of Oaxaca; then go to the archaeological site which dates to 500 BC and archaeologists still doubt the culture that built this small temple town near the sea, it is thought that the Zapotec had something to do with building (group considered the largest and most important of the state) or were probably the Mazatec who lived always on the side of the coast. The second of its kind with foundations made of stone Rio.
Discover Huatulco with us in this 3 ½ hour afternoon stroll as our local guides tell you all about this fascinating resort.
First stop is the downtown area of La Crucesita, with its amazing variety of regional and international restaurants, stores selling handicraft and silver stores and art galleries. YouÂ´ll also be able to admire the locals weaving cloth on handlooms. WeÂ´ll visit a local church , where you can admire a 20m high mural of the Virgin of Guadalupe, the largest of its kind in the world, painted on the churchÂ´s cupola.
Then weÂ´ll walk on through this colourful town heading for two of its most spectacular beaches: Tangolunda and La Entrega. Both of them are gorgeous places for taking photographs and popular for their incredible unspoiled environment. They are also highly popular with tourists and locals alike for water sports.
This city and sightseeing tour is a great opportunity for purchasing an alebrije a hand-carved wooden figure only to be found in Oaxaca and you shouldnÂ´t leave without sampling some of the local delicacies including mole, chapulines, a type of grasshopper that has been fried and seasoned with salt, lime and chilli, and tamales. You should also try a drop of Mescal, of the local firewater.
This guided walking tour takes approximately 3 ½ hours; you will be picked up from your hotel at around 16:30, returning at 19:15 and includes transfers and the services of a bilingual guide. We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and clothes, sunglasses and a cap, sun block and extra cash in case you want to purchase souvenirs or food.
Ride a quad bike through the jungle in this 3 hour adventure. Speed down trails and across rivers as you enjoy the amazing jungle scenery. Learn all about the local flora and fauna and listen to your knowledgeable local guides fascinating local legends.
Ride a two-man quads on this adrenaline-filled tour, accompanied by an expert instructor. DonÂ´t forget to bring your swimsuit youÂ´ll have plenty of opportunities for swimming or a refreshing dip in the regionÂ´s many rivers and pristine beaches. And if youÂ´ve never driven a quad before, donÂ´t worry because our experienced instructor will show you the ropes beforehand.
The tour takes 3 hours, leaving at either 09:00 or 13:00 and returning at 12:00 or 16:00 and includes the services of a qualified instructor and bilingual guide as well as goggles and helmet. We suggest you wear comfortable shoes and clothing and that you bring sunscreen, insect repellent, sunglasses, swimsuit and a towel and some extra cash.
This excursion is not suitable for the elderly, for children under the age of 8 or for persons with back or heart problems. Please note that you will have to sign a waiver before riding. DonÂ´t miss this incredible quad tour jam-packed with adventure, action and bundles of fun.
Discover the stunning Huatulco coastline and explore its nine spectacular bays aboard a sleek catamaran. Just sit back with a soda, while you listen to some relaxing music and let your worries slip away. The coastline of Oaxaca, in the stretch between the Coyula and Copalita Rivers is home to gorgeous unspoilt beaches, ideal for snorkelling and swimming or just chilling.
During the boat ride you will be served refreshing soft drinks as your knowledgeable guide tells you all about the flora, fauna and geography of the area. We'll stop at a coral reef with some incredible snorkelling before heading for the Bay of Maguey with its crystal clear turquoise waters and fine white sandy beach. You'll feel like you're in paradise here, you can sunbathe, play in the shallow waters or go snorkelling. Then why not have lunch in one of the many restaurants overlooking the ocean before its time to sail back to port?
This tour takes 6 hours, leaving the Marina at Santa Cruz at 10:00 and returning at 17:30 and includes the services of a a bilingual guide as well as soft drinks and water once aboard. We suggest you wear comfortable shoes and that you bring sunscreen, insect repellent, a hat, bathing suit and towel as well as a camera. Please note that meals and drinks are not included so you should bring some extra cash.
Explore amazing ecosystems, see endangered species in their natural habitat and learn how local people are working to protect the environment in this morning tour, visiting La Ventanilla, Tonameca Lagoon and Mazunte, home of the National Turtle Centre.
The tour starts at La Ventanilla, a small village situated on the coast of Oaxaca. Here weÂ´ll board a panga for a tour around Tonameca Lagoon, an extensive mangrove where a wide variety of species can be found including woodpeckers, herons, iguanas, and a community of crocodiles. YouÂ´ll get to see crocs of all ages including babies and learn about a crocodile clinic where theyÂ´re protected from hunters. Your professional guide will tell you all about this incredible ecosystem, and how local people are working for the conservation of the different species.
Later well drive to Mazunte a small village popular for its pristine beaches and as yet untouched by tourism. Here weÂ´ll visit a cosmetic factory producing creams, oils, shampoo and soaps from 100% natural raw materials. You will have the opportunity to do some shopping here before we continue to the National Turtle Centre, an organisation dedicated to protecting this species and its habitat.
This morning tour takes 5 ½ hours, leaving at 09:00 and returning at 14:30 and includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers as well as the services of a bilingual guide. We suggest you wear comfortable shoes and that you bring sunscreen, insect repellent, sunglasses, and some extra cash in case you want to purchase souvenirs.
One of the best ways to admire the wide variety of flora and fauna of the broadleaf tropical jungle in the area around Huatulco is on horseback.
After picking you up from your hotel weÂ´ll take you to a ranch located approximately 20 minutes from La Crucesita. WeÂ´ll ride down mountain tracks heading for the small village of La Bocana, with plenty of time for a swim in the beautiful Bay of Conejos.
This tour takes 3 ½ hours, leaving at either 09:00 or 14:00 and returning at 12:30 or 17:30 and includes the services of a qualified riding instructor and a bilingual guide. We suggest you wear jeans and comfortable shoes. You will also need to bring sunscreen, insect repellent, a hat, bathing suit and towel as well as a camera and some extra cash for drinks and tips. This excursion is not permitted for pregnant women and for people with back or heart problems or weighing over 130kg. Also note that you will have to sign a waiver before riding.
Discover the outside of Huatulco taking the 200 highway for about an hour to visit these interesting towns, See the crocodiles in their natural environment at Ventanilla (In the charmin Lagoon of Tonameca (taking a little ride on a local panga), visit a cosmetics factory 100 % ecological they prepare lotions, creams, mosquitos repellent etc. with fruits and vegetables. Then visit the turtle research center at Mazunte (Aquarium), and get to know the fisherman village of Pto. Angel on the way.