Best places to visit in MexicoCredit: http://top-10-list.org/2009/06/24/worlds-top-10-beaches/bahias-de-huatulco-mexico/
Bahias de Huatulco, or is one of the Mexico resorts in the Mexico's Pacific Coast in the state of Oaxaca about 10 hours away from Mexico City. It’s possible to get there via bus, air or sea and many tourists flock there to have fun, relaxation and even a little excitement if they so desire it.
Tourists Flock to the Area for Fun and SunCredit: http://aventours.webs.com/huatulco.htm
The area has benefitted from it being a FONATUR ('Fondo Nacional de Fomento al Turismo') project. They are also the ones that developed other Mexico resorts as well as Cancun, Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo, Los Cabos and Loreto Bay. Huatulco has nine beautiful bays, and four are now ecological preserves so the wildlife and pristine area can be protected from development.
A Mexican vacation to Huatulco will not lack for Mexico hotels, as there is everything from bargain hotels to luxury hotels for every budget and taste. There are also rooms to rent and other types of accommodations for everyone from singles to families with kids such as snorkeling and swimming.
Plus, there are lots of fun things to do with kids in the area. You can get all inclusive trips to Mexico status a several places such as the Las Brisas, the Dream Resort, The Bacelo, the Crown Pacific and the Camino Real Zaashila. It does get crowded around the time of Mexico holidays, so it is best to come during the off seasons if you want more privacy. The peak months are December to April.
Access to Huatulco by Air is EasyCredit: http://hoteleshuatulco.com.mx/atractivos/santacruz.htm
Travel to Mexico to get to Huatulco is easy via their international airport. There are even direct flights from some locations during tourist peak season, while at other times one must travel to Mexico City and transfer unless they take a charter flight, which is available from Chicago, Denver, Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Winnipeg or Saskatoon. just 10 min from the main commercial center, La Crucecita and just 20 minutes from the large resort hotels in Tangolunda Bay. The peak season for foreign tourism is typically December through April.
Huatulco Awarded Green Globe CertificationCredit: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Q.Real_Huatulco.jpg
Huatulco is the only one of the Mexico resorts that was awarded the Green Globe certification, the only resort in Mexico to receive this prestigious award (Green Globe is the worldwide benchmarking and certification system for the travel and tourism industry across the triple bottom line of economic, social and environmental management).
It is Easy to get around in HutatulcoCredit: http://www.mexicoenfotos.com/fotos/oaxaca/bahias-de-huatulco/MX12463864241487&len=en.html
Once you arrive in Huatulco, you can take taxis, local buses or rent a car if you like. The area is extremely easy to get around. Most of the Mexico hotels, restaurants and shopping centers are centrally located. It is best to rent a car in advance to get the best prices. Some of the hotels to choose for your Mexican vacation are Best Western, Flamboyant Hotel, Plaza Conejo, Quinta Alegria, or you can rent a condo at Huatulco Rentals Vacation Condos. There is also a very nice bed and breakfast called Agu Azula la Villa that you can try when you travel to Mexico and go to Huatulco.