Huatulco boasts nearly 330 days of sunshine every year. The rain usually arrives during the warmer summer months. The rainy season brings high humidity and higher temperatures in the mid-80s F.
The fall and winter months from October through February are ideal, with balmy temperatures reaching the 70s F.
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Situated on beautiful Tangolunda Bay, this resort overlooks the dazzling beaches and sapphire waters of the Pacific.
There are more than 200,000 coffee trees at the Finca el Pacifico coffee plantation; a delightful two-hour drive through lush mountains surrounding Huatulco. Oaxaca relies on forestry products, fruit and vegetable crops, and native handicrafts to boost its economy.
Locals celebrate La Noche de Los Rábanos (Night of the Radishes) each December, carving people and animals from radishes, which are then judged by the governor.
One of Oaxaca's best-known products is mezcal, similar to tequila, but distilled from cactus varieties aside from the blue agave, which is used in the production of tequila.
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