Huatulco Land & Sea Shore Excursion Detail
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Port: Huatulco, Mexico
Approx. Duration: 3½ hours
Adult Pricing: $69*
Child Pricing: $49*
*Prices vary by sail date.
Cultural/Educational:
  • 4.0/5
Educational:
  • 3.0/5
Entertaining:
  • 5.0/5
Fun:
  • 5.0/5
A great way to get acquainted with Huatulco is to visit the quaint downtown area of La Crucecita, the evergreen Central Park and the beautiful church dedicated to the Virgin of Guadalupe. Board your catamaran for views of its wonderful shoreline and several picturesque bays.
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Huatulco Land & Sea

A great way to get acquainted with Huatulco is to visit the quaint downtown area of La Crucecita, the evergreen Central Park and the beautiful church dedicated to the Virgin of Guadalupe, which features the world’s largest painting of the Virgin. If you like to shop, you’ll find several stores that offer a wide variety of handicrafts including black pottery from the valleys of Oaxaca, handmade woven rugs and carpets milled on traditional looms and the world-famous 'alebrijes' allegories of fantastic animals. Typical products, like Mezcal (the original Oaxacan version of Tequila), chocolate rivaling the best Swiss made, coffee, regional cheese, clothes, wines and liquors, and much more are widely available. To complete the land journey, enjoy a breathtaking view of the Bay of Tangolunda, the luxury resort area.


Proceed to the marina of Santa Cruz to board your catamaran for one of the highlights of Huatulco, its wonderful shoreline, composed of several small bays with more than 36 beaches scattered between rough cliffs and mountains. Leaving Santa Cruz Bay, you’ll pass your ship and head eastward to see the Bay of Chahue featuring three beautiful beaches and a marina for private sailboats and yachts. Continue to La Bufadora (the blowhole) and hear the ocean’s voice roaring or be surprised with the massive Indian face, engraved over time by the waves and the wind. Continue on to the secluded Bay of Organo and the more commercial Bay of Maguey.


Note: To fully participate, this tour requires leisurely walking over mostly even surfaces. There is a limited number of steps, some cobblestones, uneven surfaces and some standing for extended periods of time. Catamaran is not wheelchair accessible. Bottled water is available on the bus, while water, soft drinks and beer are available aboard the catamaran. The tour itinerary may vary due to weather conditions.
Activity Level
  • 4.0/5 Stars.
(1 Review)
Write a Review
Port: Huatulco, Mexico
Approx. Duration: 3½ hours
Adult Pricing: $69*
Child Pricing: $49*
*Prices vary by sail date.
Cultural/Educational:
  • 4.0/5
Educational:
  • 3.0/5
Entertaining:
  • 5.0/5
Fun:
  • 5.0/5

  1. Tours with this activity level involve walking over relatively level terrain, possibly some cobblestone, gravel, or a few steps. Comfortable shoes are recommended.
  2. Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.
  3. Tours with this activity level involve physical exertion for extended periods of time; can involve uneven or steep terrain or swimming in a light current. Recommended only for physically fit and adventurous travelers.