The AMT is one of the most prestigious sporting events in Latin America attended by many famous brands and celebrities. The tennis tournament features men's ATP and women's WTA, played on a clay surface.
Celebrate New Year's Eve in Acapulco with the traditional gala and fireworks, including a 100,000-firework display at the St. Lucia Bay or Pie de la Cuesta.
A freshwater lagoon and home to many species, Tres Palos Lagoon is a beautiful way for visitors to glimpse raw Mexican wildlife. The locals offer boat tours and those who enjoy birdwatching will find no better place to indulge in a spot of avian sightseeing.
A world-renowned picture of La Quebrada exists in the traveler's mind: a diver leaping off a 45-meter high cliff right into the Pacific Ocean. Watch brave young men perform intrepid flips of acrobatic mastery. La Quebrada is located near Acapulco's downtown.
Admire both Tres Palos Lagoon and the blue waters of Acapulco from the vantage point of Barra Vieja Beach, lying 50 kilometers southeast of Acapulco. Enjoy water sports, horse-riding and lagoon boat tours, and feast on local dishes such as Huachinango Sarandeado, a whole fish prepared in a special grill.
Designed by architect Robert Von Hagge, this 18-hole golf course is accentuated by a privileged natural beauty and is one of the most impressive golf courses on the continent. 5 holes that seem to vanish into the Pacific Ocean and technical challenges by lakes and white sand traps, all enhanced by the ocean views and cooling sea breezes, make for exciting and satisfying rounds.