One of the most popular things people are looking to try when they go on a tropical vacation is the feared and loved….surfing. Thankfully Huatulco offers some of the best surf spots in the area, with breaks for all skill levels. If you are looking to take some lessons there is no one better than Adam Boulton to teach you how to surf in Huatulco.Continue Reading →
Upon arriving to Oaxaca, it is the beginning of an endless trip. Mystical… like the taste of it’s mezcal, that drowns the heat where the agave cactus grows. We are left without words when we find ourselves in front of a bay with blue and turquoise waters.Continue Reading →
Llegar a Oaxaca es el comienzo de un viaje interminable, místico, que sabe y pega como su mezcal . Que nos ahoga de calor donde crecen los agaves y nos deja sin palabras al encontrarnos frente a una bahía de mar azul, turquesa.Continue Reading →
Five Premiere Spots For Huatulco Surfing
Huatulco is slowly gaining notoriety for its great surf. Summer and early fall surfing is the best – no wetsuits required (year-round)! Some say that this coastline offers some of the most consistent swell windows in the world. The area is frequented by Quicksilver execs, among other wave-hunters.
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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 →