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Bahias de Huatulco Location

It has a territory of 21 thousand hectares and between the mouths of the rivers Coyula and Copalita; it covers 35 kilometers of the Mexican Pacific coast framed by 9 beautiful bays with 36 beaches.

Its climate is warm, sub-humid and it has an annual average temperature of 28 ° C, an extreme average temperature of 18 ° C in winter and 38 ° C in late spring and summer.

It has 330 days of sunshine a year. Due to the geographical conditions in which Huatulco and its Bays are located, its topography is considered rugged due to the mountains, valleys and slopes; However, the area is even more attractive because of the traditional ports in its surroundings: Puerto Angel is 52 km away, Puerto Escondido 109 km away, as well as picturesque towns such as Santa Maria Huatulco 34 km away and Pochutla 40 km away.

Flora and Fauna

In these bays you can find tree species such as: the tepehuanje, the hunt, the poppy, the ficus, the colorín; in the low thorny forest: thorny scrub in addition to the gallery forest and mangrove in the coastal cordon.

Its fauna is composed of field rats, mice, opossums, armadillos, rabbits, squirrels and white-tailed deer. There are a variety of reptiles and amphibians, including salamanders, toads, frogs, land and water turtles, iguanas, boas, vipers, as well as anextensive variety of birds, where the most important are falcons, sparrows, owls, pigeons, pelicans, gulls, sparrows and hummingbirds. Huatulco is rich in marine fauna: oysters, lobsters, shrimp, dolphins, turtles, redsnapper, clams, snails and occasionally whales.

The Huatulco Bays are one of the largest ecosystems in Mexico and due to the proposal made by the Ministries of Environment, Natural Resources, Fisheries, Marine and Communications and Transport, was declared in 1997 by President Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de Leon, as a protected area That eventually became a national park.