Huatulco has nature beauties and modern facilities for you
The Bays of Huatulco, a jewel in the crown of the Mexican Pacific Coast, is the ideal destination for visitors looking for that special place that combines authentic Oaxacan hospitality, the colors and sounds of regional art and folklore, a unique and protected nature. , endless sunny beaches, a wide variety of activities and experiences, as well as the comfort of excellent hotel facilities and services, - all complemented by the warmth and friendliness of the locals.
The Bays of Huatulco, or simply Huatulco, are located on the South Coast of the Mexican Pacific, and it is the most important beach destination in the State of Oaxaca. This Center Integrally Planned by Fonatur, stands out for its 9 spectacular bays and 36 beautiful golden sand beaches, most of them virgin, and only accessible by sea.
More than 60% of tourism development is a natural reserve, among them the Huatulco National Park, and only about 35% lately will have tourism infrastructure and services.
Being part of the State of Oaxaca, its millenary history and culture is reflected in Huatulco in crafts, folklore, joyous festivals and celebrations, and especially in the succulent Oaxacan and coastal gastronomy. In Huatulco, protecting the environment and sustainable development is everyone's mission. Thanks to this joint effort, Huatulco is the first tourist destination in the American Continent that has obtained each year the EarthCheck International Certification as a Sustainable Tourism Community since 2005.
In 2011, the EarthCheck Gold certificate was obtained as the first community in the world. One of the most important of these areas, and impressive in their natural beauty, are the nine Bahías de Huatulco.
Rediscovered in the 70s by the Federal Government and later chosen to be the heart of an Integrally Planned Tourism Development, which would bring economic development, jobs, schools, health services and others, so necessary in this corner of the State of Oaxaca. Huatulco took its first steps as a new tourist destination in the late 1980s.