Land And Sea Tour In Huatulco

May 15th, 2010

Your exams are just over and you are planning to go for a vacation with your friends. At this hour, different friends come up suggesting different options. But then, you all wish to visit a memorable place, a place whose memories you would like to treasure for years and years. If that’s the case, then you need to visit Huatulco.

Now, once you land up at this place, you need to decide from where you will start your journey with. You can start your day with a stunning boat tour surrounding some of the striking bays of Huatulco.  If you visit this place, then the fascinating beaches are the first to catch your eyes. After an enjoyable day out here, you can next munch on sumptuous seafood lunch.

Hey, now that you have experienced the remarkable bays of Huatulco, its time that you fix your eyes on the land. Visiting Huatulco and overlooking the city of “La Crucesita” is simply not done. In fact, this city is a real joy; you will find here anything and everything starting from a church, shopping mall etc. Next, prefer moving towards “Casa Del Mezcal”, here you will get a chance to try out some appetizing mezcal. This isn’t all; you will also get a chance to munch on some conventional Oaxaca cuisine appetizers.

Over and above, don’t forget to see how the popular Oaxaca woven rugs are manufactured. And above all, if you get any leisure hours, ensure purchasing some appealing souvenirs. Have a gala time in Huatulco!

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Huatulco Is For Adventurous Freaks

May 15th, 2010

Hey wanna have some adventure with crocodiles and turtles? If that’s so, then you must pay a visit to Tonameca Lagoon, Ventanilla, and Mazunte. On an average, you will need about five to seven hours for visiting Ventanilla. This is a small and enchanting village located at the Oaxaca coast. It derived its name after the formation of a natural rock.

After this, you need to take a ride along the Tonameca lagoon. This is a wide mangrove of specifies that can be found like iguanas, herons, woodpecker birds, as well as a crocodile’s community. You will find here crocodiles of all ages even the newborn ones.

Later, you may drive off to Mazunte, a small village known for its virgin beaches. This place isn’t too developed as tourists spots. You will also find here a local industry that deals in soaps, shampoo, oils and creams. You will also get a chance to view at least seven or eighty species of marine turtles.

In a nutshell, this is considered to be one of the striking attractions in Huatulco. So, make sure to visit this famous place if you are on a vacation to Huatulco. This is the ideal place where you will get the opportunity to discover admiring species in their natural environments, amazing ecosystems, etc. you will also get to know how the natives works for days and nights so as to safeguard their community.

So friends, when are you planning to visit here? Hurry up or else you will miss out on a number of surprises.

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Huatulco: A Paradise To Visit

May 15th, 2010

Are you planning for a vacation? If that’s the case, then you need to visit Huatulco! This city of paradise is situated in the Oaxaca state. To be more specific, it is situated on the south pacific coast of Mexico. This is the same place where the nine dazzling bays of luminous, indigo waters are found. Ok fine, by this time you may have developed a desire to be at this place. Now the question is name the first thing that strikes your mind when you visit this place. Well, I don’t know what will appeal to you the most, but in my case, it is the thirty six pristine beaches.
Even till the 1980s, the group of nine interlocking bays comprised of nothing but a fishing village. It didn’t have any source of electricity or water and one can only access it through a dirty path. The land is formed through a rugged Sierra Madre del Sur that abuts the Pacific for creating sandy coves. The remarkable La Crucecita is a lively village that is good for restaurants and bars together with budget hotels.
In the year 1983, the first six lane road network as well as luxury hotels were brought into the forefront. This was soon followed by a marina, golf course as well as an airport. However, some still hold the opinion that Huatulco stays an underdeveloped tourism spot. Till date, there are only three properly developed bays namely- Tangolunda, Chahue and Santa Cruz. So, why waste time, just go ahead and have a blast!

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Have A Rocking Nightlife At Huatulco

May 15th, 2010

Hold on friends, there is rocking news ahead! For all those, who think that their day starts after the sun sets, let me tell that Huatulco is for them. Let us now take a look at the multiple nightclubs that are located in the regions of La Crucecita, Chaque as well as Santa Cruz. In addition to this, you can also enjoy the nightly entertainment that blooms to the fullest at the Tangolunda resorts.
La Mina: this remarkable disco bar comes with a unique concept. It is situated underground and the designs of this club resemble a true mine. It is known for its spectacular atmosphere as well as superb music. So, make sure to visit this club and have a blast.
• Camelot: this bar is decorated in such as way so as to resemble the medieval era. It is popular for its friendly atmosphere as well as modern trappings. If you too want to enjoy nightlife then make sure to visit this bar and enjoy its appetizers, international drinks, German beer and sausages. You can also play board games out here. In addition to this, goblets, daggers and tankards are sold here.
• La Luz Azul: If you want to spend an evening in tranquility, over a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, then this is possibly the best suited place for you. This is a remarkable restaurant cum bar that is known for its contemporary art gallery. It is also helps you with poetry readings, concerts, theater plays and presentations.
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Go On A Shopping Spree At Huatulco

May 15th, 2010

Are you a shopaholic? If that’s the case, then Huatulco is possibly the best place for you. Here, you will find plenty of markets, stores as well as beachside and sidewalk vendors. All your shopping needs will be catered here; you will find a number of regional specialties starting from embroidered dresses and blouses, barro negro pottery made using dark clay etc. There are some stores in Plaza las Conchas which sell essentials like film, insect repellent, suntan lotion together with clothing, jewelry, and souvenirs. There are a number of larger hotels that have gift shops but then the prices out here a bit higher. Let us now take a look at a couple of stores from where you can shop around.
La Crucecita is a remarkable place where you will get anything and everything from pottery, silver, clothing, souvenirs, and crafts. You will also find stores in and around the plaza which sell similar products.
You will find remarkable handicrafts in the Santa Cruz Crafts market. to be more specific, you will get an opportunity for purchasing souvenirs, silver, clothing, pottery, as well as other Mexican goods.
Last, but not, the least, you will also get a chance to shop at El Museo de las Artesanias. Here, you will get a remarkable collection of Oaxacan handicrafts. Here, you will not only get handmade products, but you will also come to know how the items were made. You will also get to know the histories as well as the biographies of the procedure and craftspeople respectively.

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Foodies At Huatulco

May 15th, 2010

Huatulco reflects the conventional hospitality as well as flavorful cuisine of the culture of Oaxaca’s. In other words, the restaurants at Huatulco make use of some surprising ingredients like mole (spicy and thick gravy), tasajo (cured beef), tlayudas (big stuffed corn tortillas, grilled and folded) to name a few. If you are a seafood lover, then this is the best place where you can enjoy sumptuous lobster, shrimp, and squid together with other varieties of fish. The best thing is that the restaurants out here are expert in preparing interesting recipes like garlic seasoned, grilled, fried or broiled.
You will find International, Mexican, Oaxacan specialties at any palapa restaurant located at sea shore or in Santa Cruz, Chahue, Tangolunda as well as the town square of La Crucecita. Let us now take a look at the best restaurants at Huatulco.
• La Crucecita: this restaurant is known for its Mexican cuisine like Pork Michoacan Style.
• L’Echalote: this is a wonderful spot where you will get the perfect combination of the flavor. Over and above, the restaurant is known for its hospitality. The best cuisines that you will find here include- Mediterranean, Chinese, French, and North African
• Il Gardino del Papa: this restaurant is known for Italian cuisines, seafood, veal and steaks. Additionally, you will also find a variety of pastas out here. This is a superb restaurant with a cool atmosphere. In fact, be it friends or family you are sure to have a great time ahead.

So, go for any as per your need.
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Fishing Day Out At Huatulco

May 15th, 2010

Ok fine, let’s consider that you are already on your vacation to Huatulco. Tell me, what all things you have enjoyed till date? Shopping? Sightseeing? What about trying something unique? Something like fishing at Huatulco. Believe me friends, you are sure to enjoy a superb fishing day abroad. The fishing boats out here are pretty comfortable and are best suited for small game fishing. These boats are popularly known as “pangas”. You can also go in for the yachts that come with 6 lines if you are fond of deep sea fishing.

This tourist spot is known for being one amongst the best places when it comes to fishing Tuna, Sailfish, Barracuda as well as Marlin. If fortunate, you will get a chance to visit the best fishing regions.

How much hours you would like to devote for this purpose will solely depend on you. To be more specific, you will get a chance to go for a five hours trip on yacht or a four hours trip on a panga. This clearly indicates that there isn’t any hard and fast that you will have to abide by any particular option or timing. The choice is solely yours! So friends, there is no point wasting your time in looking for options, just go ahead and plan your vacation out here. And don’t forget to come as well as try your luck out here. Believe it or not, but then, the truth is that you are going to have a great time out here.

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Adventure In Huatulco

May 15th, 2010

Are you ready for some adventure? If you have answered a yes, then why not go for horse riding? Think for your own self, how good it feels to travel through the mountainous regions to the breathtaking coasts of this tourist spot. Even if you haven’t expertise in the art of horse riding, you will find guides out there who will help you with the needed guidance.

You need to devote as much as three to four hours and soon you will find yourself discovering the gorgeous ecosystems. In addition to this, you will also get a chance to explore the native flora and fauna. If you are planning to visit Huatulco, then make sure to visit Conejos bay as well.

Apart from horse riding, you can also enjoy the waterfalls adventure tour. Here you will get a chance for exploring the exuberant Oaxaca region, an area that is well known for its natural scenic beauty as well as coffee plantations. After having done with this place, your next step involves in paying a visit to the Oaxaca Sierra, a lush green forest. Make sure to devote a couple of minutes to admire the native flora and fauna. And don’t forget to visit a country house, commonly referred to as finca. This is the ideal place where you will get a chance to taste authentic Mexican delicacies. However, the only thing that you need to keep in mind while visiting these waterfalls is to wear comfortable shoes and swim suit.

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Thank You For Visiting Diane and Phil’s Blog

April 30th, 2010

We are the proud owners of a completely furnished, fully equipped, 1 bedroom, and 2 bath luxurious condo/suite at Camino Real Zaashila Hotel Resort at Huatulco, Mexico.

Huatulco is a place yet to be inundated with tourism, a place still in its infancy of development. One of the first projects the Mexican government undertook was water purification and filtration in the entire Huatulco area. This means that visitors to Huatulco can safely drink the water and eat fruits and vegetables without endangering their health with the dreaded “turista”.

We spend time enjoying this beautiful place ourselves, but it is mainly investment property for us and we are in the process of booking rentals for our unit. In addition we are rental agents for a few other owners.
Camino Real Zaashila Resort is a five star facility and is very exclusive, definitely a class act. Camino Real Zaashila’s “book” rates for suites are presently $300-$500 plus 17% tax per night, which is more than double, that of our condo/suite rental rate. As Huatulco develops as a resort, and during peak season, we will rent our condo at a higher rate, but right now our rate is extremely low to encourage people to experience this beautiful place for themselves NOW. You will definite experience pampered luxury at an affordable price.

Please share our information with other interested friends who may also want to take advantage of this opportunity. Since we are agents for other owners, we can often accommodate more than one party in different units at the same time and offer two bedrooms, three bath units that sleep 10 persons.