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Whether you want adventure, culture, sport, relaxation or shopping, Huatulco has something for everyone. We have hand picked a wide variety of quality products which will turn your vacation into an unforgettable experience. Let us show you all that Huatulco has to offer!
Chose a private charter or share a deluxe yacht with fellow fishing enthusiasts and get after that trophy fish. There is a wide variety of game fish including Marlin, Sailfish, Tuna, Dorado and Red Snapper swimming in the waters off Huatulco.
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One of Mexico’s newest tourism development areas, Huatulco, in the colorful state of Oaxaca, stretches 22 miles along the cobalt-blue Pacific Ocean and boasts its famous 9 bays and 36 pristine and well protected beaches. The area surrounding Huatulco is lush and exuberant with banana, papaya, coconut and coffee plantations hidden amidst the beautiful, jungle covered mountainside that slopes easily into the Pacific.
Huatulco’s location in the state of Oaxaca and its proximity to the capital city of the same name offers visitors the opportunity to savor delicious dishes showcasing unique Oaxacan recipes. And being a coastal town, you won’t be disappointed by the variety of delicacies from the sea served in casseroles and stews, broiled or on the grill. One locate favorite is shrimp in mezcal, the potent Mexican cousin of tequila made from the maguey plant.
You won’t find a wild night-life in Huatulco but then again, you probably aren’t looking for it during a stay in this laid-back paradise. There several fun spots to spend an evening comparing the differences between tequila and mescal or sipping your favorite Mexican beer with traveling companions and new found friends. You’ll find most of the bars and clubs in La Crucecita, Santa Cruz Bay and Chahue.
The resort is after all, a vacation destination and you’ll find plenty of places to satisfy your souvenir and gift hunting needs. You’ll find typical regional Mexican crafts such as traditional clothing, embroidered items, gold and silver jewelry as well as Oaxacan black pottery and the colorful wooden sculptures call alebrijes in the markets of La Crucecita and Santa Cruz.