Santa María Huatulco, Oaxaca
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clock-o8 hours (Approx.)
TransportHotel pickup offered
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commentOffered in: English and 1 more


Many parts of Mexico are off-limits to most vehicles, but you’ll venture deep into the southern Sierra Madre on a sturdy ATV, with special access to areas few travelers are able to see. Learn the ins-and-outs of coffee bean cultivation from real-life experts. Then, you’ll make your way through the jungle to the Llano Grande waterfall, with a chance to dive into the pounding, crystalline waters. End the day with a traditional Oaxacan lunch.

  • An ATV tour of the southern Sierra Madre, with waterfall swim, coffee plantation visit, and lunch
  • Get special access to remote corners of the jungle and mountains in a sturdy, all-terrain vehicle
  • Getting there is part of the fun: enjoy an adventure-filled ride between sights, with full nature immersion
  • Memories to last a lifetime: tuck into a traditional Oaxacan lunch after a dip in a waterfall


Viator Traveler's Reviews

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, Dec 2017

The waterfalls were lovely and water very clean and refreshing. The guide extremely knowledgable. The one catch was that we were taken in a van and not ATVs. We thought that the van was to take us to where the ATVs met up but no ATVs in sight. Not very happy about that.

, Aug 2017

By far the most fun we had in Huatulco! It was so much fun riding the ATV's to the waterfalls. Wish someone would've warned us the way up there was 1.5-2 hours long. But too much fun. The view is amazing and the waterfall is beautiful! Denis and Tony are the best! Very friendly people.

, May 2017

This was so much fun! If you are looking for a tour that is more than just a bus ride this is the one. Being that it was the last tour of the season we were the only two plus the guide on this excursion. It was an amazing ride for 30km to the Waterfall and Coffee plantation with beautiful views. The time spent at the waterfall was so refreshing and a great way to rinse of the dust and cool off! The only downfall to this one was the Coffee Plantation portion, Im not sure if it was due to being end of season but there was a few things mentioned in the description that we did not experience.

Entrance to the waterfalls and to the herbolarium - not sure what/where the herbolarium was
Round transportation - check had to double back as guides ATV broke down
Coffee, mezcal and chocolate tastings - No mezcal or chocolate and coffee was part of the drinks offered with lunch
Meals and drinks at the farm - check
Bilingual Guide - check

Overall I would recommend this just be aware that it may not be as described

, Mar 2017

So much fun! We lucked out because it was only the guide, who was wonderful and my friend and I. Beautiful scenery and I really enjoyed meeting some of the local kids as we drove up the mountain. We arrived at the site were we hiked down through the jungle and came to this beautiful waterfall. After that we stopped at a local restaurant and had some great food. We were treated to a tour of the coffee plant. Loved the entire day - I would highly recommend.

, Jan 2017

We really enjoyed this excursion. Our guide was Denis, and he was great! Very nice, intelligent, friendly and a great guide. One of my favorite parts was when we stopped at a local store and bought some candy. Along our ATV ride, we stopped and handed out candy to local children, who know that when they hear the ATVs, that Denis and his guest are there. The children wait by the side of the road and are so cute, excited and grateful for the candy.

The ride takes you along various towns, and past rivers, through the mountains, to the coffee plantation and to some very beautiful waterfalls. The hike to the waterfalls is fairly easy, and well paved and there are places to walk into the water or you can use the rope swing to jump in to the water.

The route to the falls takes you on both paved and dirt roads, so make sure you take some water, wear clothes that you don't mind getting dirty and wear good, comfortable shoes.

The lunch at the coffee plantation was delicious and the people working there are so nice and friendly. Also, learning about how the coffee is picked and processed is interesting. We were fortunate enough to be there when they were roasting the coffee, which was fun to watch.

Don't forget to wear your sunscreen and take cash for tips :

, Jul 2017

Muy buen tour, no 100 sino 1000 recomendado, ademas de que el guia de verdad ama y conoce de su trabajo, lo recomiendo ampliamante y seguramente regresare a hacer el tour sin pensarlo dos veces!!

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