Acapulco resort sightseeing includes bungee jumping scuba, and watching the famous cliff divers

Acapulco Resorts, Bungee Jumping, Scuba Diving, Parasailing

Acapulco is a Pacific Coast beach resort of bungee jumping, scuba diving, parasailing, and beaching.
Acapulco offers cruise ships, luxury dining, all inclusive resorts, and partying on Mexico's Pacific Coast beaches.
Acapulco Cliff Divers launch pad

the port of acapulco

The port of Acapulco where cruise ships such as Carnival dock

Acapulco Resorts Activities

Acapulco resorts offer bungee jumping, scuba diving, parasailing, and partying on Pacific Coast Beaches. Acapulco was once a quiet resort on Mexico's Pacific Coast where John Wayne, Johnny Wiesmuller (Tarzan), and other Hollywood stars escaped to the Flamingo Hotel. (Los Flamingos)
Now Acapulco's resorts and high-rise hotels offer the all night party scene to attract young visitors for bungee jumping, scuba diving, parasailing, and Spring Break partying

Acapulco's sheltered harbor

Acapulco's sheltered harbor is a port of call for several cruise ship lines including Royal Caribbean and Carnival cruises that sail the coast out of California. The visitors can take part in a bungee jump which is not far from the terminal

Acapulco Sport Fishing

  sport fishing for Marlin, Sailfish, and Dorado from the sport fishing fleet located just north of the cruise ship terminal.Harbor cruises and SCUBA dive boats leave from the same location.

Acapulco, the Pacific Coast Beach

Acapulco, the Pacific Coast Beach Resort of Mexico tour ship terminal near the dive and sport fishing boats.

Acapulco, Pacific Coast Beach Resort, Mexico, Los Flamingos

Acapulco, Pacific Coast Beach Resort, Mexico, Los Flamingos, Flamingo Hotel once home to Tarzan and other Hollywood stars who came for the sport fishing for marlin, sailfish, and dorado not far offshore.

Acapulco, Beach Resort, cruise terminal

Acapulco, Beach Resort, cruise terminal near the dock where the scuba and sport fishing boats tie up.

north end of the arcing beach and bay of Acapulco....south end of the bay, you find the high-rise Beach resort hotels

On the north end of the arcing beach and bay of Acapulco, you find the cruise terminal and the fishing, tour and SCUBA dive boats. On the south end of the bay, you find the high-rise Beach resort hotels, restaurants, all-night discos, and beach-side, Bungee jumping and Parasailing.
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When To Go To Acapulco

Acapulco makes an ideal beach resort vacation year round.

High Season

There may be two seasons when the resort is most crowded. Christmas and Easter are traditional travel holidays for Mexican families and the proximity of Mexico City to Acapulco ( 240 miles ) means that the beach resorts could be crowded on these two holiday weeks. Mid July into the end of August can also be times of travel for Mexico City vacationers.
December through April is high season in Acapulco.


The weather in Acapulco is humid and warmest June through September. July and August bring rain showers, high humidity, and 90 degree days.
Year round temperatures average 85f days, 75f nights. Showers could come in any month but will be of short duration. Hurricane season runs August to December.

Spring Break

Spring break might be in your planning. Acapulco allows 18 year olds to drink alcohol and the resorts have offered all inclusive packages including performance groups that attract US Spring breakers, usually in late February and all of March.


November through May are ideal months for a beach vacation

Reach Acapulco from USA, Mexico City, Europe, and Canada

International flights serve General Juan N. Álvarez International Airport (IATA: ACA, ICAO: MMAA)
Through Mexico City. From the USA, Atlanta Hartsfield (ATL) offers direct flights.  Many other cities offer indirect flights. From Canada direct flight are offered from Toronto and Montreal. National direct flights serve from Mexico City, Monterrey, Toluca, and Tijuana, Mexico.

Acapulco First Class Buses

Long distance first class buses serve Acapulco on coast road Route 200 and from major cities on the new toll roads that connect all the coastal resorts. From Mazatlan, buses run south to Manzanillo, Puerto Valarta, Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo, Lazaro Cardenas,and then to Acapulco and Puerto Escondido,  ( AltaMar and Futura buses run between Acapulco and Puerto Escondido but do not show on websites.)       Estrella Blanca

Service to Acapulco on Estrella Blanca Futura Bus daily out of Guadalajara and Morelia. Futura Bus Acapulco
Estrella Blanca Bus serves first class Futura Buses from Puebla to Acapulco with 10 trips daily.

Estrella de Oro first class buses serve Acapulco from Mexico City Central Sur (Taxquena) and Tapo Terminals with 25 trips daily . Estrella de Oro (Estrell de Oro is an ADO company with a functioning website for buying tickets online. The buses rarely fill except at Christmas and Easter) Estrella de Oro serves two levels of service with 28 trips daily on weekends fom Mexico City

Acapulco By Auto

Route 200, the coast road runs through Acapulco. High speed roads connect from Mexico City

Acapulco RV and Tent Camping

For RVers and Long Distance Bike Travelers Pie de la Cuesta, just north of the city on Route 200 offers camping on a five mile barrier beach area where you find beach resort campgrounds for tents and RVs. Local buses run every 10-20 minutes from the one main street to the city of Acapulco.

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