Huatulco is known for the subtlety of its beaches’ waves, fine sand and clear waters in the Mexican Pacific. A destination integrated by 9 bays that offer 36 beaches of unique characteristics to be visited any time of the year.
To live Huatulco is to fill your senses with tranquility, fresh air and memories that last until your next visit.
A Green Certified Destination...
Huatulco has received a large number of certificates and badges that have made it an international tourist destination, attracting tourists from all over the world.
Today it has the EarthCheck Platinum 2017 certification, the Blue Flag award since 2013, the Playas Limpias certification in 2 of its beaches, the S Distinctive and has the recognition of Ramsar Site, Biosphere Reserve and its Huatulco National Park.
Committed with nature...
The beauty of Huatulco can be appreciated from the vast variety of activities that you can do in its beaches, jungle, history, culture and traditions, at any day of the year in this paradise.
How to get there
Being an internationally renowned destination, Huatulco is fully prepared to receive all the visitors, whether they are national or foreigners, through an integral infrastructure that covers transportation by air, land, or sea.
The international airport of Huatulco has grown to the point of being one of the most important in the region. It actually receives flights from Houston during the whole year.
It also enables flights in winter season from Montreal, Edmonton, Toronto, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Calgary, Regina, Saskatoon, Minneapolis, Chicago and St. Louis.
The airport of Huatulco has national flights that connect this destiny to the rest of the country: Mexico City, Oaxaca, Monterrey and Guadalajara.
Huatulco is connected through an extensive network of roads to keep communication with the inner state, with cities such as: Puerto Escondido, Pinotepa Nacional, Oaxaca City and Juchitán.
The road network is currently being expanded. With an initial federal and state investment of millions of pesos, it is expected to create a tourist corridor that unites the cities of Huatulco, Puerto Escondido and Oaxaca.
The growth of the communication channels will create a new experience for the visitors of Huatulco, reducing the travel time to just a couple of hours to close cities and improving land travel.s