Huatulco offers so much to see and do, there really is something for everyone. The area features several marinas, markets, cultural food and art, fine dining and endless water and land activities. Swim, surf, snorkel, dive, bike, fish, hike the mountains, discover the waterfalls and rivers, kayak, boat, sail, jet ski, golf, play tennis, do some yoga, explore the nightlife, or shop. One thing is for sure, you will never run short of new things to do in Huatulco.
- Accessibility – Huatulco International Airport (HUX) – Highway 200
- Population – 16,000 residents
- Climate – Average temperature 82 degrees Fahrenheit/28 degrees Celsius
- Cost of Living – About one fifth of the cost of living in the US
- Safety – Extremely safe, locals are welcoming
- Water – Drinkable, excellent treatment facilities
- Health Care – 3 hospitals in Huatulco, Inexpensive costs, Well-respected doctors
In 2005, Huatulco was awarded with the Green Globe International Certification as a sustainable tourist area. It was the first sustainable tourist community in the Americas and the third worldwide to receive this prestigious award because of its development programs for a culture environmentally-friendly to conserve its natural resources. Large portions of Huatulco are located within an “ecological zone” and is protected from future development. The Huatulco area is serviced by modern water and sewage treatment plants so that no waste goes into its pristine bays.
Mexico is changing, quickly becoming one of the most desirable retirement spots for international travelers. Huatulco offers a tremendous value for your dollar, perfect for a carefree retirement lifestyle. There’s no better place to enjoy your golden years. Join a welcoming community of international retirees living in Huatulco.