Travel along the Scenic Highway and take postcard-perfect pictures of the bay. Following that, visit the Chapel of Peace and walk along Costera Miguel Aleman Avenue, stopping by a craftwork market for some local shopping. After that, visit San Diego Fort, Acapulco's most important historical monument and the only colonial-period city building remaining. Visit Zócalo, the main plaza shaded by beautiful trees and ornamental plants and address to Acapulco´s Cathedral, the plaza features free music, craft shops and dance shows on Sundays. Visit Diego Rivera´s Murals followed by Flamingo´s Hotel, Hollywood´s best artists sought refuge. Finally, watch La Quebrada's spectacular cliff divers, one of Acapulco's most emblematic attractions. A local tradition since the 1940s, the ritual involves a diver jumping off a 45-metre cliff into a narrow pocket of deep ocean water.
Experience beach adventure with scuba diving, snorkelling, paddle surfing, kayaking, bodyboarding and jetskiing. Discover a world submerged beneath Acapulcan shores with the escort of a certified Navi or Padi diving instructor and swim with exotic tropical fish while exploring Acapulco's amazing coral reefs.
WATER SPORTS IN TRES PALOS LAGOON, BARRA VIEJA, TURTLE CAMP
Start your day amidst the exceptional beauty of Tres Palos Lagoon and take a lagoon boat tour to study exotic birds and tropical mangroves up close. Afterward, thrill yourself with aquatic sports, such as jetskiing and waterskiing, then relax with a traditional mud pack masque. Lounge by Barra Vieja Beach to try the traditional Fish a la Talla while enjoying a sensational sunset, before visiting turtle camp, where turtles are released into the sea each afternoon.