Things to do in Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo
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Known for being one of the longest lefts, La Saladita is a much sought after surf break, but you'd never know it by the reasonable number of surfers at the line-up. Bring your longboard and a lot of sunscreen for this wave!Popular withOutdoorAdventure
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So much fun!
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Picante offers a variety of catamaran cruises around the Zihuatanejo/Ixtapa area. I spent an evening on the Magical Sunset Cruise, which sails around the bay of Zihuatanejo and the hotel zone of Ixtapa. Included is transportation to/from your hotel, open bar, and (not very good) hors d'oeuvres. But the best part is watching the sun set while out on the ...
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Petatlan is a small town located about 30-45 minutes south of Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo. Its main draw is the gold market, which often has good pieces at below-market prices. Even if you're not in the market for jewelry, it's a quaint little town with a pleasant plaza and church--a nice change of pace from the beach. Taking a bus here from Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo ...Popular withLocal
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Troncones Point is a nice left with a bed of sea urchins lining the reef making it a wave for more experienced surfers. When I surfed Troncones Point a huge south swell engorged the typically waist to head high waves to almost double overhead. Despite their size the waves still peeled softly to the left. Morning surfers benefited from glassy ...Popular withAdventureOutdoor