Vacation Wish List
Bayside Real Estate
Property 58356 - Un lugar muy agradable y super anfitriones volvería a hospedarme sin duda , gracias.
Property #33483 - Loved the location, could walk everywhere or very easy to get a taxi!
Ken & Colleen C
Jen & Liz
Viewpoint #3667 - We were both very impressed with how quiet & clean the complex was & most importantly, the endless views.
Craig & Julene
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Bayside Vacations Huatulco is taking the current global health and travel crisis very seriously and are taking extra precautions with sanitizing and cleanliness, and ensuring social distancing with guests. We want to share a few important steps we are taking to...
We grew up as lake kids in Canada and have many wonderful experiences waterskiing, tubing spending all day in the water enjoying our beautiful Saskatchewan lakes. But when we began traveling and eventually moving to Mexico we fell in love with its'...
Second only to dark chocolaty mole negro, tlayudas are without a doubt the principal, uniquely Oaxacan, culinary seduction, renowned throughout Mexico. While eaten virtually any time of day or night, tlayudas are more typically consumed late evenings,...
Huatulco boasts a nearly perfect weather forecast 340 days of the year. Along this southern Pacific coast of Mexico the average daily temperature is consistently 30-32C (86-90F) and the average night temperature is 22-24C (72-76F). There are only...
As the demand continues to grow for flights to Huatulco (HUX) we have decided to dedicate ourselves to help you fly here with ease. Every season there are more and more flights from Canada and the United States. It can be confusing to find the perfect mix of...
Every year oceanside condo and home rentals gain popularity in Mexico and specifically in our beautiful Huatulco region on the Southern Pacific coastline. Not only does a Mexico Vacation Rental offer an opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture and cook...
So here you are in Huatulco, and it’s hot and sunny, and it’s hard to pick out the poinsettias from the bugambilias and flamboyants. Only a few Christmas carols are making it through the mariachi Muzak at the supermarket. But . . . you’re shortly due back in the...
Most people arrive in Huatulco by air and some by bus or car. A select few choose a slower, less direct approach, walking “El Camino Copalita” (The Copalita Trail). Long hiking trails have gained popularity around the world and two in particular have been...
By Jan Chaiken and Marcia Chaiken When we first started to explore the major archeological sites of Mexico such as Uxmal, Tulum, Chichen Itza and Palenque, each visit was an adventurous trip to an out-of-the-way destination. Few people were willing to chance the...
Huatulco has the distinction of being home to the only archeological site open to the public on the entire Pacific coast of Mexico. Although it is impossible to determine who originally developed this 3000-year-old-complex, we know that over the centuries it...