Punta Celeste Botazoo Park. It is located 8 km from Huatulco, next to the mouth of the Copalita River. It has a natural stone wall of almost 45 m high and 100º inclination, from where it will enjoy a beautiful view. On the site you will find providers that will teach you the correct and safe way to practice it.

Copalita Archaeological Area. It is an ancestral place with Zapotec archaeological remains from more than a thousand years ago. Recognized as the only site discovered along the coast of the Mexican Pacific Ocean. It is located 8 km from Huatulco, next to the mouth of the Copalita River.

Copalitilla Waterfalls. The waterfall has a wall 50 m high and 95 ° inclination; ideal for those who like challenges, since the humidity of the rock requires a double effort to descend without slipping

Copalita River. This makes it an ideal place to challenge the road riding and enjoy the fascinating landscape that this place offers.

Huatulco National Park. It is located in the municipality of Santa María Huatulco west of Santa Cruz Huatulco. This area is intended for the protection of natural resources. Its impressive landscapes, ecosystem and the tranquility that is breathed, turn it into the best of the routes to ride and make a light walk. The tours are made with the support of a bilingual guide.

Diving Huatulco is an ideal destination for scuba diving and snorkeling. There you will find reef banks that protect species such as: snails, crabs, angelfish and balloon, marlin and turtles; You can also explore the remains of several sunken ships.

Santa Cruz Beach. It is located 4 km from Tangolunda. Due to the marine richness of the waters of the Pacific Ocean and its pleasant temperature, this beach is ideal for scuba diving and snorkeling. In it there is a large submarine park and 100 m offshore is a diving site with coral reefs

San Agustín Beach. It is located 35 km west of Santa Cruz Huatulco. This fine sand beach has an extension of 1,500 m in length. In its crystalline waters you can practice free diving and snorkeling and appreciate a white coral reef and the remains of a sunken ship.

La Entrega Beach. Located 2 km from the town of Santa Cruz. Beautiful beach with crystalline and calm waters, in its depths you will enjoy the observation of yellowtail, kite and brown fish; has toilets and showers, as well as rent equipment for free diving.

Arena Beach. It is located west of Conejos Bay, 200 m from Blvd. Benito Juárez. It is a beach of white sand and crystal clear waters of green and blue tones that will allow you to observe sailfish, dorado and rooster. It has scuba diving and snorkeling equipment leasing.

Surf. Some of the beaches of Huatulco have in their swell and wind the force necessary to practice exciting water activities such as surfing and windsurfing. In them you will find the specialized personnel that will provide you with all the security and equipment rental services.

Esperanza Beach. It is located 1.5 km east of the bay of Chahué. This 110 m long beach is surrounded by exotic vegetation. Its temperate, shallow waters and strong waves will allow you to practice surfing and windsurfing.

Cacaluta Beach. It is located southwest of the Santa Cruz Bay. On this 1 km long beach you can practice surfing and windsurfing for its deep waters with strong waves.

extreme sports in Tangolunda ranch Very close to Huatulco, this ranch is located very close to the Copalita River, which is the most important in the region and is only 10 minutes from the Tangolunda Bay, which has lush vegetation and a great variety of flora and fauna.

In this ranch you can practice rafting almost all year round but in the summer months to autumn the emotion becomes stronger as the flood of the river is stronger. The descent begins with a course and indications for novices and experienced.

The cost of the trip includes the transportation upstream that can start at Las Hamacas, through the area of the coffee farms, and reach the Bocana, in Bahía de Conejos. The guides show tropical birds, and the type of trees that are located on the banks of the Copalita River