Huatulco Journals

Relaxing time in Huatulco

A July 2003 trip to Huatulco by fresita

Quote: Huatulco is the cleanest place I ever know, and it's the perfect place for good dining, tanning, and relaxing. La Crucesita is a great place for silver shopping and a lot of Oaxaca-style food.

Relaxing time in Huatulco

Overview

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The best to do in Huatulco is visit the bays. La Entrega and Tangolunda have really clean and calm water. Or taste all kinds of Oaxaca-style food, including chocolate, tamales oaxaqueños, tlayudas, mole, and seafood. And do some silver shopping at La Crucesita – it’s a really small, family friendly place and very safe if you like walking in the night. That's a really clean place downtown where you can have an ice cream while walking in the park with a small chapel and kiosk.Quick Tips: I really recommend taking the tour that goes in the Hacienda -- they show you all the process of making coffee, how to taste coffee, and how to identify many kinds of coffee. You can have a really g...Read More

Las Brisas Huatulco

Hotel | "Las Brisas Huatulco Resort"

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Best Things Nearby: Best Things About the Resort: Resort Experience:The units are really big and have very good lighting. In the unit, there's a minibar that will be restocked daily. There's also a little living room area. It's a very fancy place. It's very quiet and in a very exclusive area near the marina. It has its own beach, which makes it private. All the units face the ocean. It's a really quiet safe neighborhood and just a couple of blocks away, there's the golf course. It's a huge resort. . . really big and luxurious. There are five different restaurants, tennis courts, golf course, and a beauty salon. This place is great for relaxing. The pool ...Read More

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on April 23, 2004

Las Brisas Huatulco
BAHIA DE TANGOLUNDA
Huatulco, Mexico 70989
52-958-583-0200

Turtles Museum

Story/Tip

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When going to Huatulco, don't forget to visit the Turtles Museum. It’s a sanctuary where turtles are grown. There are about 20 different species of turtles. While you visit there, you can feed them or watch how they behave. They teach you how important it is to preserve them, because most of them are threatened with extinction.

On your way to the Turtles Museum , you can make a quick stop at the "bufadero." It’s right in Puerto Angel, about 30 minutes from Huatulco. There at Puerto Angel, you can have some good seafood, and for those who like surfing, Puerto Angel has the best beaches in Mexico. I really recommend you try it.