Some fun things to do in Huatulco, Mexico, include relaxing in Zapoteca mud baths, lounging at the beaches and strolling down historic Santa Maria Huatulco. Beach activities aren't just limited to swimming and sunbathing; guests can also go snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking and view natural scenery.
Visitors can get a Zapoteca mud bath made from silt-pulled from the area where the Copalita River meets the Pacific Ocean at the local La Bocana Beach. The indigenous people have been using the mud for hundreds of years. Visitors can try the baths or take some mud home for later.
Other activities vary from beach to beach. Travelers can hop on a water taxi at Tangolunda Beach. Santa Cruz Beach also boasts coral reefs, where swimmers can snorkel and scuba dive or view the reefs from a boat. The San Agustin Beach has a sunken ship that visitors can dive down to explore. Kayakers can view a range of exotic fish through the clear waters of Arena Beach.
Tourists can spend time wandering through historic Santa Maria Huatulco, a colonial village complete with cobblestone streets and a quaint cemetery.The centuries-old La conception church allows visitors to see artifacts dating back over 400 years.