Cruises to Huatulco

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from £4,116pp
Cabin type: Balcony

Costa Rica to Baja

Selected spirits, international beers, cocktails and wines, Selected bottled water, soft drinks, speciality coffees and teas, English butler service for suite guests, Self-service laundry, Shuttle…

25 January 2018 | 14 Nights
Azamara Club Cruises : Azamara Quest

Itinerary
Caldera, Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Costa Rica, San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua, Acajutla, Puerto Quetzal, Puerto Chiapas, Huatulco, Manzanillo, Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas, San Diego

from £2,399pp
Cabin type: Inside

Panama Canal

Spacious, elegantly appointed staterooms, many with private verandas, All meals throughout your cruise - five course fine dining, informal buffets and late-night snacks throughout the day and early…

13 April 2019 | 17 Nights
Holland America Line : ms Oosterdam

Itinerary
Fort Lauderdale, Cartagena, Colombia, Panama Canal, Puerto Caldera (for Punta Arenas), Costa Rica, Corinto, Puerto Quetzal, Puerto Chiapas, Huatulco, Manzanillo, Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas, San…

from £2,498pp
Cabin type: Outside

Panama Canal

Spacious, elegantly appointed staterooms, many with private verandas, All meals throughout your cruise - five course fine dining, informal buffets and late-night snacks throughout the day and early…

29 September 2018 | 20 Nights
Holland America Line : ms Volendam

Itinerary
San Francisco, California, San Diego, California, Puerto Vallarta, Huatulco, Puerto Chiapas, Puerto Quetzal, Corinto, Puerto Caldera (for Punta Arenas), Costa Rica, Oranjestad, Willemstad, Fort…


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Huatulco: A land of natural beauty


Snorkelling in Huatulco

Snorkelling in Huatulco

Sunrise at Tangolunda Beach, Huatulco

Sunrise at Tangolunda Beach, Huatulco

Huatulco Bay

Huatulco Bay

Playa Bocana, Huatulco

Playa Bocana, Huatulco

Display of traditional handmade fans

Display of traditional handmade fans

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1. Delve into Huatulco’s history

The fascinating heritage of Huatulco can be explored at the Bocana del Rio Copalita Eco-Archaeological Park. You’ll see the ruins of an ancient settlement, including a ceremonial centre complete with plazas and temples. Nestled in 87 acres, the park also offers wetlands, deciduous forests and breathtaking natural viewing platforms.


2. Wander amongst the locals

To gain a true sense of Mexican life during your time in Huatulco, make your way to La Crucecita. You’ll find locals gathered around the zócalo, or plaza, while you can visit La Virgen de Guadalupe church; its ceiling fresco is said to feature the largest Madonna in the world. Sample some traditional food in town, too, like chapulines, tasajos and quesillos.


3. Jump in at the deep end

Thanks to its nine glorious bays, Huatulco boasts enviable scuba diving opportunities. You’re sure of an amazing experience due to the rays, sea turtles and eels which all make the Pacific waters their home. Other highlights which keep divers coming back for more include underwater canyons, coral plates, volcanic rocks and even shipwrecks.


4. Immerse yourself in nature’s majesty

Up in the mountains above Huatulco is Hagia Sofia, a 130-acre agro-ecological project. Located as high as 390m above sea level, you can take a walk along a 500m trail, revelling in the lush wonder of this gorgeous spot. Highlights include a waterfall plus exotic flora and fauna. Bring a swimsuit and bathe in the Magdalena River as part of your trip.


5. Bask in sheer unspoilt beauty

The jewel in Huatulco’s crown is its eponymous national park, which protects some of the region’s most important ecological features including its coral reef, forests and beaches. Take a guided tour through the park, go quad biking in the jungle or enjoy a boat ride to a scenic bay. Don’t forget your camera, as the scenery is truly something special!

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