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HUATULCO, THE HIDDEN GEM OF THE PACIFIC COAST

Huatulco is an unspoiled gem that blends pristine beaches, majestic mountains and abundant biodiversity, only 15 minutes away from an international airport, making it a prime destination for real estate investment.

SAN AGUSTIN RISCALILLO CHACHACUAL CACALUTA ÓRGANO SANTA CRUZ CHAHUE TANGOLUNDA CONEJOS Puerto Escondido Salina Cruz Huatulco’s International Airport La Crucecita Huatulco National Park

The coastal haven spreads onto 9 bays and boats 36 beaches, many of which are only accessible by boat. Visitors come to explore the depths of its natural beauty and enjoy its relaxed atmosphere.

ALMA stands at its heart and at the doorstep of its national park, and is surrounded by 2 virgin beaches. Wake up to the sights and sounds of nature from the comfort of your home, and in just minutes, reach the vibrant town center of Huatulco.

A THRIVING TOURIST DESTINATION

 A GROWING MARKET

Huatulco is a thriving destination attracting visitors from all over the world.

It is teeming with a diverse range of activities, including snorkeling, scuba diving, surfing, hiking, horseback riding, whale watching, birdwatching, mountain biking, kayaking, river rafting, playing golf, and more.

Its enchanting beauty and vibrant culture make it a prime destination for those seeking to invest in a safe and booking market. Whether you’re looking for an investment property, a second home, or a place to retire, it is a great choice. Also, its access to private property land makes it a very safe place to invest in.

MEXICOCANADAUNITED STATES 28ºC / 82ºF AVERAGE YEARLY TEMPERATURE 330 DAYS OF SUN PER YEAR OCEAN & MOUNTAINACTIVITIES BEACHFRONT18 HOLE GOLF COURSE 2 MARINAS PRIVATE LAND OWNERSHIP WHALEMIGRATION FAMOUSSURF PIPE
motmot in huatulco
surfer in huatulco
tropical forest in huatulco
green lizzard in huatulco
whale in huatulco

A VISION FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

Huatulco is committed to sustainable development and tourism.

It is an ideal destination for investors who care about their legacy for future generations.

70%

Of Huatulco's area is protected as green reserve.

700+

Vegetal species are counted in Huatulco alone.

Low-density

Huatulco was developed following a low density urban planning.

6,300+

Hectares of land form Huatulco's National Park (15,000 ac.)

90%

Of Huatulco's electricity come from renewable sources.

Low-rise

Huatulco was developed following a low height urban planning.

400+

Animal species are counted in Huatulco alone.

100%

Of Huatulco's water is treated and reused for green areas.

1st

City to obtain Earth Check Master certification for its sustainability.

HUATULCO, MONTH AFTER MONTH

While one could argue there are barely seasons in a tropical area, Huatulco's seasons are primarily defined by its humidity, its colors, and its migrations.

whale in huatulco

January

Start the year whale watching !

Freshest month. Cold water currents. Ray migrations. 

cocktail in huatulco

April

Say goodbye to whales till next year. Climate getting warmer. Warm ocean and amazing visibility.

fireflies in huatulco

July

Bicolor ocean. Return of fireflies. Humid weather. Rain showers. Mexican Holidays season.

ocean in huatulco

October

Slow return of the dry weather. Say goodbye to clouds for 6 months.

Preparations for Day of the Dead.

spoonbill in huatulco

February

Among the best time for bird watching. Cool ocean breezes.

Dry weather.

plumeria on the beach in huatulco

May

Plumeria blooming. Return of humidity. First frogs. First night rains and seasons of chicatanas.

turtle hatching in escobilla oaxaca

August

Beginning of the turtle hatching season. Mexican Holidays season. Some rain and most lush season. 

day of the dead in huatulco

November

Month of the dead. Colorful celebrations. Lots of Music. 

Return of whales. 

yellow flower in huatulco

March

Yellow flowers blooming. Return of the warm water currents. Dry and warm weather, yet not suffocating.

dewdrops on leaves in huatulco

June

First day rains. Nature greening within 10 days towards the end of the month. Lots of birds. 

parakeet in huatulco

September

Parakeet migrations. Most rainy month. Humid and warm. Month of celebration of the independence.

mango in huatulco

December

Mango season is starting. High whale watching season. Cooler and dry climate. High season.

WHERE'S BAHÍAS DE HUATULCO ?

HOW TO COME ?

HUATULCO Mexico City

FLYING: Huatulco's international airport is conveniently located only 15 minutes away from the town center. It offers direct flights from Mexico, the USA, and Canada.

BY CAR: Huatulco is accessible through three main roads: To the west via Acapulco, to the East via Salina Cruz, and to the north via Oaxaca city.

BY BUS: Mexico boasts an extensive network of long-distance buses, providing connectivity from virtually anywhere in the country. You can explore options with bus companies such as ADO, Alta Mar, OCC, or AU.

INTERESTED IN THE ALMA EXPERIENCE ?

ALMA features 36 villas and 10 condos for you to own in Bahías de Huatulco, Oaxaca, Mexico. 

 

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