Most Recommended Beach in Santa Cruz Bay
Michael and I followed our new Canadian friends, Patricia and Joel, P & J, from the lighthouse located on the most western tip of Sant Cruz Bay, to La Entrega Beach. This beach is a must see, just for the crowds alone.
Worst Beach in Huatulco
The draw to this beach is the snorkeling! It didn’t matter if I was able to snorkel with a mermaid at this beach, that wouldn’t have been enticing enough for me to stay! This beach was way too jammed packed with people for our liking!! In my opinion, this was the worst beach in Huatulco because of the crowds. We found an empty section at a table, had a quick beer – that we were almost overcharged for – ALWAYS check your bill -and then headed off to our next destination – the Mexican Navel Lookout spot!
My blogs on Huatulco:
Huatulco, Mexico – Bumped Up To Business Class – WestJet & Air Mexico
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 1 – La Crucecita, Chahué Bay, Turkey Vultures & Tequila
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 2 – Chahué Beach, Dos Equis, Shrimp Tacos & Michael Arrives!
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 3 – Chahué Beach, Brown Pelicans & Mini Coronas
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 4 – Tangolunda Bay, Tangolunda Beach, Resort Crashing, Margaritas & Sand Boobies
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve Day, Early Morning Sunrise & Early Morning Catch of a Mexican Sierra
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve Day – Early Morning Moments
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve Day – Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe – Parish of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve Day – The Many Colors of Downtown La Crucecita
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve Day – Santa Cruz Beach
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve – Dinner at Señor Barril & The Sights of Santa Cruz Beach
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 6 – New Year’s Day – “Polar Bear” Dip, Fish Tacos & Canadian Hockey
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Earthquake – Yes – Earthquake! Oh & Morning Run
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Canada vs Slovakia, Patricia & Joel & Renting a Scooter
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Conejos Beach – Rabbit Beach
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – La Bocana Beach – Surfer Beach
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Copalita River & Rafting
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Copalita Town – Nope, A Papaya Farm!
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – The Lighthouse Near La Entrega Beach
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – La Entrega Beach – Holy Crowded!!!
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Navel Lookout Spot, Guns & Beers & Reflections of a Full Day
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 8 – Funky Van, Chahué Beach and Yautja
Huatulco, Mexico – Day 9 – Last Day
Huatulco to Halifax – Upgraded to Business Class & Welcomed Home With A Nova Scotia Snow Storm!
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I hate crowded beaches too!
I would have left like you all did!
Beer is good but not if you are overcharged ~ I always check my bill since the time I was charged more almost $50.00 for a $10.00 dessert. LOL
See you on your next adventure Stephanie <3 <3 <3
Gee!!!! $50.00 for a $10.00 dessert!!! I’m so automatically trusting when it comes to paying for something. It is such a good habit to get into – checking receipts! Patricia, one of the Canadian friends we were scootering with this day, was obsessive in an awesome way of checking receipts, teaching me to do the same!! 🙂 🙂 🙂
More adventures to come today – I’m hoping to get all my Mexico blogs completed this weekend!! March Break is next weekend and I’m off to Campbell River, BC to stay with my husband for the week while he is there preparing the house to sell it this spring!! 🙂 <3 <3 <3
I can imagine you can’t wait to be reunited with your husband ! I am so happy for you Stephanie.You have been separated for a while now. I hope your days and nights together will bring you much joy! <3 <3 <3
MEE TOO!!!!! I can’t wit to see Michael!!! <3 <3 <3