Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – The Lighthouse Near La Entrega Beach

Drive from Rio Copalita to Santa Cruz Bay

Michael and I, following our new Canadian friends Patricia and Joel – P & J, drove from Rio Copalita, or Copalita River to the western most tip of Santa Cruz Bay to see the lighthouse there.

There were lots of interesting sights along the way! Signs that warn for jaguars, termite nests hanging from trees (?), people riding in the back of trucks, businesses catering to Canadians – including a Canadian bank!

The Lighthouse

The lighthouse is located past La Entrega Beach, on the most western tip of Santa Cruz Bay.

Buenas tardes!

S, 🙂

My blogs on Huatulco:

Huatulco, Mexico – Bumped Up To Business Class – WestJet & Air Mexico

Huatulco, Mexico – Arriving!

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!

8 Comments Add yours

  1. Margie says:

    Jaguars and termite nests hanging from tress ~ never any dull moments on your adventures Stephanie.
    I gather a lot of Canadians visit here.
    The lighthouse looks wonderful ~ great pics!

    Have a great evening! ❤ ❤ ❤

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    1. Thanks Margie!! Yes, there is a large population of Canadian travelers in Huatulco. this was an unexpected bonus for Michael and I!! We could experience Mexico, yet with the ease of having English menus and the like to cater to the many Canadian tourists!! Have a wonderful day!!! Happy Woman’s Day!!!!! ❤ ❤ ❤

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      1. Margie says:

        Happy Woman’s Day to you too, you beautiful and inspiring woman!
        ❤ ❤ ❤

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      2. Right back atcha, you heartfelt and beautiful woman!!! ❤ ❤ ❤

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      3. Margie says:

        ❤ ❤ ❤

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  2. Ullas says:

    You are a blessed traveller

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you Ullas! My husband and I are very grateful for our travels. 🙂 ❤ Wishing you a joyful day!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

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      1. Ullas says:

        Thank you dear.. happy womens day

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