Tourist Guides to visit Mexico.

Archive for December, 2006


Manzanillo Colima

Dec 16, 2006 Author: Tourist | Filed under: Colima

Manzanillo is one of the most beautiful beach destinations in the nation. It is located on the Pacific coast, 90 km (56 mi) south of state capital Colima. The climate is warm and fairly dry, with an average year-round temperature of 27º C (81º F).

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Colima

Dec 16, 2006 Author: Tourist | Filed under: Colima

The state of Colima has one of the smallest territorial expansions in Mexico, yet it’s strategically located along the Pacific coast in the southwestern region, making it an important destination. The mountains, warm beaches and abundant marine life are reason enough to visit Colima. About 38 km (24 mi) north of the state capital, you’ll find two natural wonders that are ideal for ecotourism outings: El Nevado de Colima, a mountain which is 4,330 meters (14,289 feet) above sea level, and the active Volcan de Fuego (Volcano of Fire), which is 3,960 meters (13,068 feet) above sea level. Located in the Volcan de Colima National Park, you can appreciate its awe-inspiring beauty from the town of Comala, which was the setting for Juan Rulfo’s novel Pedro Paramo. There you can try excellent regional cuisine, including sweet bread and mezcal punch. About 12 km (7 mi) from there lies Colima, the state capital, which invites you to visit its Jardin Libertad, the Cathedral and the Palacio de Gobierno, where you’ll find interesting murals that chronicle Mexico’s history.  (more…)

Huatulco – Scuba Diving

Dec 16, 2006 Author: Tourist | Filed under: Oaxaca

Huatulco is the ideal destination for scuba diving and snorkeling. Here you’ll find coral reefs that are the natural habitat of such species as angelfish, sea snails, crabs, puffer fish, marlins and turtles. You can also explore the remains of sunken ships.

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Huatulco

Dec 16, 2006 Author: Tourist | Filed under: Oaxaca

Bahias de Huatulco is made up of nine bays and located on Oaxaca’s Coast, at the end of the Southern Sierra Madre. Its topography is populated by mountains, valleys and hillsides, irrigated by the Coyula, San Agustin and Copalita rivers.
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