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We will discover the history that is lived in the streets of Huatulco, our tour begins with a visit to the viewpoint of La Bocana beach where we can see and admire this beautiful open sea beach where nature does its thing and unites the Copalita River with the imposing open sea. Later we will move to the Tangolunda viewpoint (name coming from the Nahuatl that means “Woman with a Pretty Face”) where we can listen to stories about this magical place and take photographs with the large-scale letters with the name “Huatulco”, we will visit the Santa Cruz viewpoint where we will observe each and every one of the details of the main bay of Huatulco, such as the dock, the pier, some important businesses in the area and its fascinating history about the chapel on the seashore. 

Afterwards we will continue with the view to the Yerba Buena viewpoint to appreciate even more with another type of spectacular view of the bay of Santa Cruz, to continue this panoramic adventure we will visit the El Faro viewpoint where we will enjoy an impressive view of the sea as we can see thousands of kilometers of open sea, we will also appreciate the Bufadora phenomenon that is located at the foot of the viewpoint. We will continue visiting the center called “La Crucecita” to see the main square. As a last place, we will meet the artisans of pre-Hispanic looms; where artistic hands join with Oaxacan creativity to make multicolored clothing and rugs, we will observe how they carry out this amazing process in an artisanal way with their wooden instruments, it is one of the unique experiences that we will find in our beautiful Paradise called Huatulco.

Minimum: 02 Pax.

Operation: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7

Inclusions: Transport, tourist guide, entrance to La Quebrada.

Exclusions: Lunch (optional), drinks, and tips.

Schedule:  16:00 – 19:30 hrs.

Approx duration:  3 1/2 hrs.

NOTES: Bring comfortable shoes sunscreen, extra money, camera.