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Diving in Huatulco

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When to go to Huatulco

The weather in Huatulco is very pleasant all year round. Average annual ambient temperature is 82F/28C, with little variation between night and day, summer and winter. Average air temperature is about 81F/27C in winter and 85F/29C in summer. Water temperature varies from 82F/28C to 86F/30C from April to December, and in winter, it is around 73F/23C on average. Dry season is from November to May. During the rainy season (May to October), divers should note that there is a possibility of strong tropical cyclones.


What to see

Among marine species divers can spot rays, parrotfish, scorpionfish, grouper, starfish, angelfish, red snapper, eels, barracuda, cowfish, goatfish, hogfish, pufferfish, spadefish, and others.


Scuba diving in Huatulco

Huatulco (Santa María Huatulco) is a town on the Pacific, in Oaxaca, southwestern Mexico. Bahías de Huatulco International Airport is located there. Diving in Huatulco offers excellent conditions and features an underwater world with corals in myriad colors and shapes. There are nine bays with tropical blue water in the area with an astonishing volcanic rock bottom and a variety of habitats. There are opportunities for wreck diving including El Naufragio, a sunken ship with its anchor chain, cargo deck and the beauty of wildlife. One of the highlights of the area is La Entrega which is almost like an aquarium, with its fish and corals in the shallows. Some of the most interesting dive sites of Huatulco are La Montosa, Club Med Rocks, Risco La Blanca, Isla Cacaluta, Chachacual, El Violín, La Entrega, El Laberinto, Los Erizos, Medregal, Punta Tejón and San Agustín.