To Huatulco we go

huatulco2.jpgAfter featuring Connie’s testimonial on Monday it got me really excited about Huatulco, Mexico. I figured I would expand on Monday’s post by featuring Huatulco as our Where in the World Wednesday location. So many people absolutely love Mexico, but still like to switch up where they travel within the picturesque and culture rich country. Huatulco is a great way to get breathtaking views as well amazing food, culture and shopping.

111_w.gifHuatulco is located in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. It lies along the bay of Oaxaca on the edge of the Sierra Madre mountains. This already has my mind drifting to the beautiful location. Whenever the mountains meet the sea you are guaranteed a rare form of beauty that everyone should experience in their lifetime. Huatulco sits on 9 bays, many coves as well as 36 sand beaches. This is definitely a relaxing place to experience some great water front property.

Moving away from resort row you can find the small town of Huatulco. Here you can find great culture, small town charm as well as beautiful architecture and amazing authentic Oaxacan cuisine. Oaxaca is known as the land of the 7 moles each for a unique mole created by the 7 regions of the state. Make sure to try Huatulco’s speciality mole while you are there on your visit. Another speciality is a dish consisting of iguana tail, tamales and of course the traditional spicy mole. If you’re an adventurous eater, or just want a good story, rota2.jpgthis is the meal for you!

Looking for a great adults only resort here in Huatulco? Well make sure to check out my Monday blog on Secrets Huatulco. This breathtaking location would make a great couples trip, romantic honeymoon or beautiful destination wedding. Interested in taking the whole family? Dreams Huatulco will be the perfect location and great for every member of the family. Relaxation, excitement and various activities will allow everyone to get what they want out of their vacation.

Once in Huatulco you’ll want to see and do a few things. I suggest the boat tour of Huatulco bay. This day trip will allow you to see the 9 bays, many coves as well as the 36 sand beaches. Another option is touring the town’s coffee plantation. Here is the growing site of the Puma bean, which is considered one of the best coffees in the entire world.

For more information on anything I have featured here please give us a call 920.236.7777 or visit our website ambassadortravelltd.com

 

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