Tourism in GUERRERO
There is nothing better than looking at a physical map of the state of Guerrero to understand how the mountainous geography of the Sierra Madre del Sur clearly marks the interior and the coast. More than five hundred kilometers of coastline with beaches for all tastes.
For foreigners, the name of the state of Guerrero may not bring any image to mind, but if we mention Acapulco, surely many snapshots accumulate in their minds that cinema and having been an international destination for stars Hollywood put in the forefront of international tourism.
Acapulco occupies an important place in the history of Mexico, having been during the viceroyalty the port of America to Asia. Here came the Nao de China, which actually departed from Manila and the Philippine Islands to link two worlds and unite two ends of the Pacific Sea. The precious silks of the East and spices came from the hand of merchants who contributed to the formation of a cosmopolitan city.
The Nao of China, also called the Manila galleon, culturally enriched this beautiful port, as merchants from all over the continent came here to buy oriental goods, such as silks, porcelains and spices, and sometimes they stayed to live in this famous place.
In addition to Acapulco, some of the most important tourist spots in the state of Guerrero are Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, Taxco de Alarcón (together with Acapulco they form the Golden Triangle) and Chilpancingo, the state capital.
Tourist Attractions in GUERRERO
Blessed by warm waters and sunshine 365 days a year, gorgeous beaches, a scenery of unrivaled beauty, and hospitable, friendly people, Acapulco offers a casual, relaxed atmosphere. It has one of the most stunning bay views offered by any coastal resort. In Traditional Acapulco, you can stroll along the Malecón or the newly remodeled fisherman’s walk and the Zócalo. Visit the cathedral, gazebo, bookstands, street vendors and sidewalk cafés surrounded by barnyard trees. This area is for those who are in search of nostalgia and an authentic encounter with the classic beach destination where to live with the locals. In contrast, Zona Dorada features a multitude of hotels, exotic nightclubs, glitzy restaurants, art galleries, jewelry stores, boutiques, shopping malls and traditional markets with all sorts of handicrafts.… Read More
Ixtapa is one of Mexico’s most compact planned resorts created in the 1970s, with a hotel strip along the Playa del Palmar, a two- mle long stretch of beautiful white sand. Here you will find world-class resorts equipped with enough restaurants, pools, and activities to keep families occupied for weeks. There is also a pair of golf courses and a modern marina with slips for 600 vessels and upscale seafood restaurants. Ixtapa also offers shopping malls, excellent boutiques, jewelry stores, handicraft shops and a nautical atmosphere.… Read More
Ecotourism and Adventure in Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo
In Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo you will enjoy all water sports… ski, parachute ride, snorkeling, scuba diving, jet-ski, banana boat ride, sail-boards, surfing and many, many more. Sports available on Playa La Ropa, Playa Las Gatas, Playa El Palmar and Playa Linda beaches and also at the Island. Of course, you don’t need to rent anything to have a fun time swimming, jogging, playing beach volleyball or soccer, among the many other activities that you can do in Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo.… Read More
Ecotourism and Adventure in Acapulco
Acapulco as well as different destinations in Mexico have decided to have a new vision and be part of a positive change by being sustainable tourist destinations; In other words, each destination now seeks to reduce the impact it generates on the environment and above all to generate benefits for the host communities. Ecotourism consists of visiting natural areas without disturbing them and thereby achieving the preservation of heritage and the awareness of visitors. Acapulco has always been characterized as being preferred by national and foreign tourists due to its paradisiacal beaches and various attractions, however it has a vast biodiversity. It should be noted that Guerrero is in the 4th national place in this area. If we mix the great offer of meetings and the biodiversity that the destination has, surely any event held in Acapulco will be unmatched.… Read More
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