Price: $119,000 USD
Location: La Crucecita
Interior: 3 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms
Features: Master loft, access to a spacious pool, 24 hour security and much more!
This Friday March 2nd help benefit a good cause and come to Sueno del Mar in Chahue from 6:00pm to 9:00pm to check out the amazing artwork of Jim Spicka!Continue Reading →
For those of you living in Canada and the US (in particular), I don’t think you would believe how much we have to fight media propaganda to support Mexican tourism efforts. “Is Huatulco really safe?,” is virtually a daily question I get to answer.
We have made it a goal of this blog to aggregate [...]Continue Reading →
Located just off the main square in La Crucecita you’ll find the Museum of Oaxacan art, a shop that offers amazing authentic pieces. This includes everything from hand carved masks to intricately woven rugs made on location.Continue Reading →
This April, come be a part of an intimate yoga gathering at one of the most incredible Oceanfront estates in Huatulco. This retreat offers space for only 14 participants and includes 7 nights/8 days of accommodations, delicious Oaxacan food and lots of yoga!
The retreat will allow for one-on-one instruction time, with each [...]Continue Reading →
You can’t go to Huatulco without finding yourself in La Crucecita; a town located about 2 minutes North East of Santa Cruz. This charming area is considered “town” due to its many shops, restaurants and attractions.Continue Reading →
Just a quick intro to an article that speaks for itself…
The message is consistent with the many other articles we’ve reposted on this blog: Huatulco is a great and safe choice for people who want to participate in the richness of the Mexican culture.
“The Canadian government’s travel advisory for Mexico is one [...]Continue Reading →
When vacationing in a place like Huatulco, many want to experience the culture, and what better way to do that than in an engaging cooking class. This Huatulco tour lets you interact with other travelers as you learn some of the area’s most notable – and delicious – dishes.Continue Reading →
Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste, S.A.B. de C.V. (NYSE: ASR; BMV: ASUR) announced this October that total passenger traffic for the month of September saw a significant increase when compared to September 2010.Continue Reading →
If you are fortunate enough to stay in Huatulco for a prolonged period of time, you will most likely become familiar with Súper Che. This mega department store is a grocery, alcohol, small appliance, and miscellaneous store all wrapped in one.Continue Reading →
In August 2007, twenty-five people of Huatulco´s community, wishing to enjoy high quality musical events, created a forum. They seeked not only to promote local, national and international musicians, but wished to create a space of shared musical enjoyment by the seaside.Continue Reading →
The Mexican government has noted an increase in the number of foreign visitors recently, and would like to see this trend continue. In August 2011, Washington post reporter, Nancy Trejos, sat down with Mexican Tourism Secretary, Gloria Guevara, to discuss the issues surrounding Mexico safety.Continue Reading →
So you’ve arrived in Paradise, aka Huatulco, and let’s face it, it is like no other place you have ever visited! Whether your stay is in a condo, hotel or villa, the first thing to do is just stop for a moment and breathe in the wonderful tropical atmosphere.Continue Reading →
Huatulco is being praised yet again for their amazing efforts to stay green! As the area becomes more popular, local Tourism Development Fund FONATUR is working hard to stay on the leading edge of sustainable tourism. This means following strict guidelines for building infrastructures – whether it be roads, water supply, sewers or buildings.Continue Reading →
If you are athletic or simply enjoy adventure, than this Huatulco rafting tour is perfect for you! With sight seeing opportunities lost by other modes of transportation, this provides an excellent outlet for experiencing Huatulco. Offering both advanced and beginner level excursions Aventura Mundo’s rafting tour is an excellent group activity.Continue Reading →
Although it may sound confusing, there are actually two Huatulco’s in Oaxaca, Mexico. Santa Maria Huatulco is the original Huatulco, dating back to the 1500’s. This town offers a glimpse of Oaxacan history as you meander through its streets which are home to over 30,000 residents. Santa Maria, Huatulco is located approximately 8 miles west of the Huatulco international airport.Continue Reading →
This unique park is located near La Bocana beach in an area called Copalita. Being only an 8 minute drive from town, their are plenty of options for you regarding getting around Huatulco. At only 50 pesos a person, about $5, this self-guided tour offers a very inexpensive option for a day trip. As far as arrangements go, they do not require advance booking and tickets can be purchased at the front desk.Continue Reading →
When traveling to a new vacation destination, the best way to truly get a feel for the area is to immerse yourself into the culture and traditions. What better way to do that than to get a glimpse of an art that originates from Teotitlán del Valle, a village located a little over three hours north of Huatulco.Continue Reading →
Finally someone praises the safety of a Mexican destination!
There was an article about Huatulco published today in one of Canada’s national newspapers – The Globe & Mail. The article addresses a topic that is on the minds of almost everyone considering a trip to Mexico these days…”safety”.
I thought the slant the article [...]Continue Reading →
Huatulco offers surfers quite a few options when it comes to catching waves. The town is situated almost right in the middle of two world class waves. One of them being Puerto Escondido, the other Barra de la Cruz. Puerto Escondido is a two hour drive from Huatulco.
Renting a car is a [...]Continue Reading →
Traveling by bus, rental car or taxi
The Bahias de Huatulco region stretches 26 kilometers or 16 miles. Along the coastline, there are nine main bays, a few of which are still uninhabited while others are either developed as residential, tourist or commercial zones.
The most central bay is Santa Cruz, which is where [...]Continue Reading →