We are here to answer any questions you may have about securing a safe and reliable boat operator. Captains are typically out on tours throughout the day but can still be contacted within short notice. We are here to help you contact a tour operator.
The high season is typically the week or two before and after Christmas and Easter, and when schools are not in session in Mexico. The town, hotels and beaches can get very crowded during these high seasons. It is recommended to visit during the low season if you want a more laid back type vacation. Most Mexican holidays can get busy as well.
Some Mexican Holidays
The weather is pretty much the same all year round except that from June - September there can be some rain. Usually sporadically but intense--tropical.
Plan for hot and beautiful weather! Shorts and sandals can be worn every day of the year. Sunglasses, hat, light clothing and sunscreen is a must. EVERY day temperature ranges from
70 F to 95 F. During high humidity times the temperature can feel 10 degrees or more than what the gauges read. People generally stay out of the sun under a palapa or in the shade by a pool during the hottest parts of the day (10:00 AM-7:00 PM). The absolute best weather is from October through February. It still gets hot during the day but cools off more at night.
Think hot during the day and some cooling when the sun goes down.
Click on the link below for current temperatures.
If you live in Southern California there is a four hour direct flight on Thursdays and Sundays from Tijuana to Huatulco with Volaris. Seven days a week there are flights that have layovers. There is a convenient sky bridge from the USA to Mexico called the Cross Border Express (CBX) and it provides effortless travel directly into the Tijuana airport from the USA. It is only accessible if you have an airline ticket for that day though. There is secure parking and access to shuttles to many destinations in Southern California.
The Cross Border Express is quite convenient if you are flying out of Tijuana!
There are two Webcams in Huatulco for you to see what is happening right now. One in Santa Cruz that is time delayed whereas the Tangolunda cam is live. Listen to the waves!
Take a look at what is happening right now!