Huatulco is located along Mexico’s Pacific coastline in the southern state of Oaxaca. Flights to Huatulco take travelers to the heart of region, which is centered around four small towns: Tangolunda, Santa Cruz, La Crucecita, and Chahue. The popular Huatulco all-inclusive resort district is located in Tangolunda Bay and is connected to the other main districts by a seaside boulevard. None of the resorts in the area are taller than six stories to maintain a feeling of being more connected with nature. Huatulco was awarded the Green Globe International Certification as a sustainable tourist area in 2005 given its focus on conserving natural resources, and conservation continues to this day.
Flights to Huatulco are seasonal, offered January - April via Minneapolis/St. Paul (dates may vary).
Why Go To Huatulco
For those seeking true tranquility, peace, and quiet, look no further than the secluded beaches and bays of Huatulco, Mexico. Huatulco's 36 beaches and nine bays stretch along 20 miles of Mexico’s Pacific coastline. Some accessible only by boat, each bay offers privacy, along with its own unique ecology. Vacation packages to Huatulco take travelers to a place like none other. The small towns that make up Huatulco are located in an “ecological zone,” which means much of the area is protected against future development.
Who Should Go
Secluded bays, quaint towns, and all-inclusive resorts offer a quiet, restful getaway.
Warm waters, golden sands, and 36 beaches to choose from means there’s something for everyone.
Huatulco’s bays are perfect for swimming, snorkeling, jet-skiing, windsurfing, diving, and sailing.
Amazing Huatulco sunset