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Cacaluta

northwest downtown Sta. Cruz, Huatulco, Mexico
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northwest downtown Sta. Cruz, Huatulco, Mexico
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Reviewed 30 April 2017

Our group of 14 arrived by boat - we jumped in and swam the last bit. How do you say WOW - but better. We walked quite a distance on the beach - it is much larger than you realize. Well worth the effort to...More

Thank Phil G
Reviewed 24 March 2017

Easiest to get here by boat... but we made the 30-40 minute hike thru the woods from the end of the paved road. BRING WATER! Arriving at the beach is like a mirage -- after sweating thru the jungle brush you come to a magnificent,...More

Thank tedlyk
Reviewed 13 March 2017

Accessible by boat and we found it gorgeous, almost empty and unfortunately water a bit murky for snorkelling. Worth a trip though. What a gorgeous Mexican paradise Huatulco is.

Thank OneGreatYear
Reviewed 11 March 2017

although we did not get off to visit this beach, we could see that the beach is beautiful. it was deserted and would have to nice to swim....too many beaches to see...so little time....

Thank mango58
Reviewed 17 February 2017

We asked around and were told that a boat was the only safe way to get to Cacaluta however, Google Maps, suggested otherwise. There is a signed foot path access down the road from the turn off to Maguey Beach. The trail is 1.5km to...More

Thank Wendle65inBC
Reviewed 23 January 2017

Good place to go to eat and party. Lots of choices for reasonably priced restaurants - mostly gringos, without the gringo prices :-)

Thank steveg9992014
Reviewed 22 January 2017

We spent some time here as part of an ATV excursion. The only way to see it is by boat or by taking a trail by foot or ATV. While we were there, a boat cruised past but I don't think any of the tours...More

Thank Deborah P
Reviewed 2 January 2017

We walked down to Cacaluta Beach with two tour guides through the National Park. They talked about the vegetation, the climate, the animals, the insects, and the history, of the park. They explained the importance of keeping the area sustainable. We enjoyed the walk and...More

1  Thank Happike
Reviewed 9 December 2016

Our snorkel excursion took us in close past this beach. It is absolutely gorgeous! Would love to spend more time, but the water was rough for swimming and there are no facilities. So I guess that is why it was almost deserted except for a...More

1  Thank SunshineD_Can
Reviewed 14 November 2016

Playa Cacaluta is my favorite beach in Huatulco. We walked in and it was an easy 40-ish minute walk. Beware though, the mosquitos are really bad (and I'm from Winnipeg, Canada - we have the worst mosquitos on the planet!), so wear bugspray if you...More

1  Thank hurley_forever
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