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Huatulco Mexico Attractions

Attractions at Huatulco Mexico

Bahias de Huatulco National Park is located in the town of Santa Maria Huatulco, west of Santa Cruz Huatulco. The Bays of Huatulco are one of the largest ecosystems in the Mexican Republic it has been a protected area since 1988. This park covers 29,368 acres and has some 9,000 lowland jungle plant species in its gallery forest and mangroves.

The park also has 470 reptile species, including black iguanas, salamanders and snakes.


Huatulco Day Activities

Bays of Huatulco Bay Local Boat Tours

Huatulco Mexico has several major attractions along its 20 plus  miles of shoreline. There are nine pristine bays along a green coastline full of "Mexican EcoTourism". In order to fully grasp Huatulco's ecotourism heaven is by taking contracting a local cruise ride to all the bays. One way to arrange a bay tour is to go to the boat-owners' cooperative red/yellow tent which is located by the marina. You can buy tickets for sightseeing, snorkeling, or fishing. Beaches other than La Entrega, including Maguey and San Agustín, are noted for offshore snorkeling.

Several of the Huatulco beaches are completely undeveloped, so you will need to bring your own snack pack in the backpack. Boatmen from the cooperative arrange all return pickups at scheduled times. Prices run about $15 for 1 to 10 persons at La Entrega, and $35 for a trip to Maguey and Organo bays. The farthest bay is San Agustinillo; that all-day trip will run $80 in a private boat.


Tangolunda Golf Course

"The Tangolunda Golf Club" 6,851 yards.

The club is located in Huatulco, Mexico and government owned. The Tangolunda golf course is the only golf course in the entire Huatulco beach resort area. The golf course was designed by Mario Schjetnan Dantan and Pedro Güereca.

The golf course was inaugurated in 1991 and it's located in a tropical forest area made up between three scenic lakes in approximately 73 acres.

Their first tee off time starts at 7:00 am and the last tee time to play 18 holes it’s around noon. However, for clients that arrive let’s say between 2:00 - 2:30 pm the golf club will charge you the 18 hole fee and will let you go until you finish. Sunset in winter is around 6:00 pm. The pro-shop and restaurant closes at 4:00pm but fear not, the bar stays open after 4:00 pm.