The airline Volaris put its new route into operation from the Bahías de Huatulco International Airport, in Oaxaca, to Monterrey, Nuevo León. In addition to the opening of this new air route, the Chicago-Huatulco-Chicago flight, which will generate an average of 2,300 additional monthly seats in Oaxaca. The two new routes to Huatulco […]
Author Archive | erinmay
One of the things that we love about Huatulco are the endless activities and events bringing people together to celebrate, make new friends and give back. Join us this season and take part in a wide variety of events in Huatulco and all along the Oaxaca coast. From outdoor concerts and live music to […]
Check out our July 2017 rental newsletter here!
Check out our June 2017 rental newsletter here!
It is something we always look forward to the most, that tropical winter getaway. A time where we can break away from the cold weather and busy schedules to kick back, dig our toes in the sand and soak up the sunshine. While meeting your budget and travels goals is a key reason to getting […]
A lot of people who have bought property in Huatulco simply came on vacation and fell in love with the place… and for good reason. My husband and I actually scoured the Pacific Coast for several months in search of the perfect tropical location. Like Goldilocks, we hadn’t found the one that was “just right”, […]
Papaya (Carica papaya) is native to southern Mexico and Central America and has become naturalized throughout the Caribbean Islands, Florida and several countries in Africa. It is also cultivated in India, Australia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, and the U.S. state of Hawaii. The Maradol variety of papaya was developed in Cuba between 1938 and 1956 by […]
I travel…a lot. So much so that when I approach the Interjet counter at my local airport, they greet me by name, even before I hand them my passport! Over the last five years, I’d like to think I’ve mastered the art of traveling alone, but there are still times when I would like a […]
There’s no better way to change your perception of the world — and maybe yourself — than travel. You’ll experience different cultures, meet new friends and make lifelong memories. But traveling in your 20s poses challenges: You might have financial constraints, limited time off from work and concerns about safety. So think of this selection […]
Mexico is having a moment, as they say: Last year, over 25 million Americans flocked south of the border to bask in the country’s sun and sand — bolstered, no doubt, by an (unfortunately) depressed peso. And while Mexico’s bustling capital city and beach resort spots like Cancun tend to trap most of the tourists, […]