Acapulco, Mexico

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Mexico's first great seaside resort boasts rugged headlands, an azure bay. Acapulco offers a lively scene, with activities ranging from a host of watersports to romantic carriage rides, mariachi bands, and colorful handicraft markets. No visit to Acapulco would be complete without a visit to the cliffs of La Quebrada, where world-famous cliff divers perform acrobatic feats as they plunge 130 feet into the blue Pacific.

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  • Cliff Divers Cliff Divers

    As the sea swirls below, the fearless Clavadistas of La Quebrada boldly leap off the side of a towering, rocky cliff, carefully timing their jumps with the waves so they have enough water to land.

  • Fort San Diego Fort San Diego

    Once the principal Spanish stronghold along the Pacific Coast, this pentagonal fortress, designed to defend against attackers from all sides, is now home to the Museo Histórico de Acapulco, which honors the city's captivating narrative.

  • Roqueta Roqueta

    Lush walking trails, quiet coves, broad beaches and calm waters make the idyllic Isla de la Roqueta the perfect spot to explore, relax and capture gorgeous images of lush flora, fauna and marine life.

  • Zocalo Zocalo

    At the heart of Old Acapulco, this inviting plaza charms with its grand gazebo, quaint eateries and boutiques, and the Catedral Nuestra Senora de la Soledad, which features a mosque-like dome and Byzantine-looking towers.

  • Cici Cici

    This sparkling aquatic park offers the priceless experience of playing and swimming with dolphins under the guidance of the park's skillful trainers. For added fun, relax in the park's water slides and wave pool.

  • Flamingo Flamingo

    Perched atop the city's highest cliffs, Hotel Los Flamingos offers magnificent ocean views, spectacular sunsets, refreshing breezes and a hint of old Hollywood. John Wayne and Johnny Weismuller (Tarzan) were proud owners in the '50s.

  • Las Brisas or Arabesque Las Brisas or Arabesque

    Acapulco Bay glistens below these luxurious, romantic doorways to paradise. Villa Arabesque, once home to Italy's Baron DiPortanova, stuns with Arabian Nights flair, while pink-and-white Las Brisas features freestanding casitas and lush hibiscus gardens.

  • Tehuacalco Ruins Tehuacalco Ruins

    Over 18 structures, including several pyramids, carved petroglyphs and a large court for an ancient ball game, cover this vast, pre-Columbian archaeological zone established by the Yope civilization more than 1,000 years ago.


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