Huatulco Points of Interest and Places to Visit


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Cacaluta Bay

Cacaluta Bay was made famous in the movie “Y Tu Mama Tambien,” where the mangroves, quiet shores and tropical climate of this heart-shaped bay served as a ...  Read more

Finca La Gloria

This family-owned coffee plantation just outside Huatulco is known for its fertile green farms and fantastical butterfly sanctuary. Travelers can tour the ...  Read more

Huatulco National Park

In 1998 this national park, which spans tens of thousands of acres of Oaxaca countryside, was declared a protected area and later designated as a UNESCO ...  Read more

La Crucecita

This quiet town just inland from Santa Cruz was built to support local tourism workers, but its unique shops and tasty restaurants lend it an authentic ...  Read more

Maguey Bay

Travelers in search of a quiet beach to soak up blistering hot sun need look no further than the shores of Maguey Bay. A handful of busy seafood shacks line ...  Read more

San Agustin Bay

Located in the far West Bay, this quaint village filled with shaded palm palapas is as rustic as they come. Home to fewer than 100 people—mostly ...  Read more

Santa Cruz Bay

Santa Cruz Bay is the perfect place for travelers looking to spend an afternoon combing through shops filled with Mexican handicrafts, enjoy a traditional ...  Read more

Tangolunda Bay

Family adventurers and nightlife lovers flock to Tanolunda Bay, where tropical resorts and all-inclusive hot spots line the rocky cliffs. Destination ...  Read more

Llano Grande Waterfall

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 5 Reviews

Located near Huatulco in the municipality of San Miguel del Puerto, the Llano Grande Waterfall is an ideal spot for hiking, swimming and even rappelling. Its ...  Read more

National Mexican Turtle Center (Centro Mexicano de la Tortuga)

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 3 Reviews

In September 1991, in response to the dwindling numbers and near extinction of many turtle species, the Mexican government banned the trade of sea turtles and ...  Read more

Chachacual Bay

This tiny bay may be just one kilometer long but its world-class snorkeling, impressive birdlife and rustic “back to nature” feel continue to attract ...  Read more

Copalita River

Copalita River, or Río Copalita, is a river in Huatulco that is popular with surfers and river rafters. During Huatulco’s rainy season from May to ...  Read more

Copalita Ruins

Evidence of human life in these historic ruins just outside La Crucecita near the Copalita River dates back more than 2,000 years. Remnants of pyramids, ball ...  Read more

La Entrega Bay

Playa La Entrega, or La Entrega Bay, is an important beach in the Santa Cruz region of Huatulco, Mexico. In 1831, Insurgent General Vicente Guerrero was ...  Read more

Órgano Bay

Órgano Bay is an isolated stretch of beach, located south of the Bahia de Santa Cruz. It is best visited by boat, a quick 10-minute boat ride. ...  Read more

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