All Inclusive Huatulco, like Cancun is one of the Mexican governments tourist projects that it hopes will grow.
Huatulco Mexico is in a good geographical location on the southern coast of Oaxaca state. The best time to visit is between November and February when the temperatures are actually quite comfortable. This is also a very good time to go to the all inclusive resorts, although all inclusive resorts are often better priced around May through October. When booking from Canada you can check out suppliers such as Signature and Transat and book with us.
There are 9 bays in Huatulco that are slated for development. Three of these bays have development in progress, and another (Bahia Tangolunda) actually looks like a real resort destination.
Las Bahías de Huatulco is its full name - "The Bays of Huatulco" - there are nine in total - and between them they are host to 36 attractive beaches - featuring soft sands and crystal clear blue waters off the Pacific coast in Mexico's state of Oaxaca.
Situated about 430 km (270 miles) southeast of Acapulco on Mexico's Pacific Coastline, Huatulco is a new resort area and is set to become one of Mexico's key beach attractions for people in search of a well preserved natural surroundings and eco-centers coupled with highly appointed accommodation and good facilities to retire to in the evening.
The resort is undergoing a phased development. 52,000 acres of land have been reserved - with over 40,000 acres listed for protection and ecological preservation.
In Huatulco, the resorts are not a high-rise commercial cousin to Cancun. Instead, space has left between building projects and areas for development are being carefully selected to minimize the impact on the environment, for example, hotels and other buildings cannot exceed six stories in height.
There are nine bays in total, although today Huatulco is divided into 3 distinct areas: Crucecita, Santa Cruz and Tangolunda. Eventually, around 5 or 6 of the bays will be developed; some of the bays are unsuitable for development as the shoreline is too rugged and the undertows too strong along some beaches. Tangolunda Bay is the best developed to date; it has established resorts and a high quality 18-hole golf course.
A vacation in Huatulco will revolve around relaxation, eco-tourism and a few of the less taxing water sports like snorkeling and localized sailing. Limited night life is available, but it's nowhere near as prominent as it is at other more popular resorts.
Huatulco is the place you come to relax, unwind and start to recover from the stresses of everyday life. This is not the place to stay if you're on a tight budget, but neither will it cost as much as the exclusive resorts further up the Pacific coast.
Come to Huatulco with the things you want to leave behind - and leave here leave feeling relaxed and revived.
Book your all inclusive Mexico vacation to Huatulco with confidence!