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What people are saying about Huatulco
Coffee plantation and mezcal tasting poor quality presentation.drive there grueling as mostly dirt roads that twisted about up the mountain. Falls gorgeous! Walk hard for elderly as requires a mile of walking at least and path steep at one place down and many obstacles to trip on . Very doable for younger crowd or those in fairly good shape.Guides very helpful and friendly, they spoke English well and informative, also on time!
We really enjoyed the day, we only wished we had known we had to rent a life jacket and flippers, we had brought 500 pesos for lunch and we needed 300 pesos to rent the life jacket and flippers, if we had known everything would have been prefect, we used our VISA for lunch, where we had more cash in the safe at the hotel.
Swimming in the waterfall pools in such hot, humid weather was glorious. Visit to coffee farm was not actually a visit but a presentation to sell their products. However, the included lunch there was plentiful and tasty. Drive to/from was too slow.
Wilbur, Jesus, and Antonio showed us a wonderful time exploring Huatulco! The snorkeling was delightful and we had a fun and informative paddle down the Copalita River. It was a great way to discover the local area. Highly recommended!!
We were six of us and we had such a fun and amazing experience. Yes, the road is not paved and is bumpy but the scenery is worth it. We had an amazing experience with our tour guide, Saul. A definitely will recommend this tour to others