The stunning sights in Huatulco are endless, they include nine spectacular bays, several waterfalls, lagoons and historic Mayan ruins. Along a 22-mile stretch of the Pacific in Huatulco are nine spectacular bays. Conejos Bay, with its golden sand, beautiful rock formations and sapphire waters.
Located about an hour and a half from the resort, these falls are along the Copalita river and offer swimming, relaxing, swinging, hiking and breathtaking views of several waterfalls.
Copalita Eco-Archeological Park
This park is considered one of the most important archaeological sites in the Mexican Pacific coast including temples and pyramids from the ancient Mayan culture.
La Bocana Lagoon
The lagoon located in La Bocana is a tourist attraction because of the spectacular views, water activities and fishing.
Walking distance from Secrets Resort, La Bocana is a small village where you can practice surfing, have a mud bath on the beach or roam in the local craft markets.
Copalita Archaeological Site
Minutes from the hotel you can experience the recently discovered ancient city of Copalita more than 2000 years old, predecessor of the Zapotec culture. This archeological site is the only one in Mexico hidden in a lush eco-environment; it is filled with hundreds of species of birds and wildlife.
The bays of Huatulco
Climb aboard a comfortable catamaran cruiser for an unforgettable day exploring the beautiful bays along Huatulco’s breathtaking coastline. Do not miss the scenic geography, flora and fauna of the region, all with the Sierra Madre’s as a spectacular backdrop.
Spend a full day exploring Oaxaca’s beautiful Sierra Madre Mountains surrounding the Huatulco area, home to one of Mexico’s richest coffees. A little over an hour from the hotel is all it takes to transport you to this paradise hidden away in the jungle. Along the route into the mountains, you will visit Xadani, a quaint, 400 year old village.
La Crucectia Downtown
A 10 minute drive from your hotel you will encounter the quaint town of La Crucecita where you will find everything from silver jewellery to Oaxaca handicrafts and black potteries, that are an everyday bargain. Make a stop at the local church to see the largest painting of the Virgin of Guadalupe, and of course you have to try the famous Oaxaca grasshoppers at the local market.
The lagoon is located in the sand on through the La Bocana beach and empties into the Pacific Ocean.
Tangolunda Golf Course
Extremely popular in Huatulco, this 18-hole, 72-par golf course offers rolling greens, challenging fairways and natural surroundings for the most discerning golfer. Surrounded by three lakes, The Tangolunda Golf Club is located amidst a tropical forest zone that creates a stunning natural course.