Kayaking in Huatulco can be very relaxing. One of the most wonderful sights here is the sea softly washing up against the bays. These calm waters lend themselves to kayaking excursions, letting you paddle gently through crystal-clear waters in one- or two-person boats.
In addition to the excitement of paddling out to sea, kayakers can enjoy Huatulco’s stunning landscapes: beaches, mountains, vegetation, and emerald green waters with multi-colored fish and coral reefs.
With Bahía de Santa Cruz as a reference point, there are two great places to go kayaking. Playa Ventura, three miles from Santa Cruz in the Bahía de Tangolunda, has calm waters perfect for kayaking. Playa Maguey and Playa Órgano, two bays that are nearly connected, have fine white sand, warm water, gentle waves, and beautiful natural surroundings.
Kayaking in Huatulco can also be done on rivers like the Copalita. In either case (sea or river), kayaking is a pleasurable activity that reveals spectacular scenery and with every stroke of the paddle.