Visiting Bahias de Huatulco, Mexico

Not only is Bahias de Huatulco blessed with natural beauty; it is also a very fertile area. For many years, this Oaxacan region has produced numerous varieties of fruit and coffee. Part jungle, part farmland mixed with a little bit of woodland forest, Bahias de Huatulco requires several days to visually appreciate this diverse land. Vacationers need not worry though, as there are plenty of unadvertised accommodations that welcome overnight guests.

When traveling to and from Bahias de Huatulco, travel experts strongly suggest you obtain Mexican automobile insurance before your chocolate journey begins. Buying Mexico car Insurance at Mexican Insurance online allows you to make sure you get the policy you need at the best possible price. You can print your policy immediately, and Mexican Insurance store provides the best Mexican insurance for Canadians, Americans and Mexicans alike.

The cities of Santa Maria Huatulco and Santa Maria Xadani are a great way to experience old-world Mexico. While in this region, proceed to the village of El Llano to visit a working coffee farm. Located in the heart of Oaxaca’s jungle, the La Gloria Coffee Farm is a must-see for coffee enthusiasts as well as people interested in aromatic experiences. The farm’s tour begins with a showing of living and working buildings, and leads to a jungle surprise. The La Gloria Coffee Farm may have coffee in its name but the farm also produces a variety of fruits and herbs. If seeing this fresh-grown vegetabels makes you hungry, the farm also serves meals and if touring late in the day, provides overnight accommodations.

Coffee plantations make excellent overnight accommodations. Many are operated like typical haciendas or bed and breakfast locations but utilize their farm’s specialty ingredients in meals. They offer great values as the plantation’s tour, lodging and three meals are usually packaged together for one low price.

Regardless of coffee farm visited, all travelers should wear long sleeves, pants and bring insect repellent. Coffee likes to grow in shady, jungle-like conditions. By dressing for the situation, visitors can concentrate on locating these unique plants. Bushes are easy to recognize by their aroma and are beautiful to photograph with white flowers, red berries and full green leaves.   

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4 Comments. Leave new

  • Corrine Doorn
    March 31, 2013 5:31 pm

    Bahias de Huatulco is a great place to visit while in Mexico. Travel experts strongly advise that you obtain Mexican automobile insurance before driving south of the border. This will help you get out of harm’s way in case of an accident.

  • Rhona Jeske
    March 3, 2014 4:35 pm

    Fruit and coffee… these are the popular ones available in Bahias de Huatulco but I assume there are many more that await us there. Will travel to that region soon provided that there is no problem with the process of buying the Mexican car insurance.

  • Lila Bialaszewski
    March 3, 2014 4:35 pm

    I’ve never been to any coffee farms in my entire life! I am so excited now that my whole family is going to Mexico for a holiday trip to Bahias de Huatulco. My uncle will be the driver, so I assume he must have bought the Mexican auto insurance already.

  • Nobuko Iannotti
    December 1, 2020 4:55 pm

    Effective planning means gathering necessary documents to enter the border of Mexico. Some of them are driver’s license, passport, Mexican car insurance, and more.

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