Hospitals in Puerto Escondido

At the small Puerto Escondido community go to Sanatorio del Puerto in case of a medical need. Phone (958) 582 1348.

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Mexican Cruises
One of the many ways to know México is through a cruise, which although it is not the best option for domestic tourism, undoubtedly foreign visitors can use it. However, it is not a

Punta Mita, in Nayarit, Mexico
This beautiful beach is located on the Pacific Ocean coast, in the state of Nayarit, approximately 40 minutes northwest of Puerto Vallarta in the so called Riviera Nayarit. Punta Mita is the name of the community that has

Nudist Beaches in Mexico
The acceptance of these tourist areas began in the 70's, and they have become very popular in some areas of the United States and Europe. In most public places nudity can get you arrested or impose you a

The Mexican Caribbean, Travel by Boat
The Mexican Caribbean includes six main destinations: Cancún, the Mayan Riviera, Cozumel, Isla Mujeres, Chetumal, and the Grand Costa Maya. World famous for its

Boating, The Mexican-Center Pacific Route: Acapulco
This maritime route takes us through the coasts, bays and marinas of the state of Guerrero while visiting a beautiful and especially attractive port: Acapulco.

Boating in Los Cabos and The Sea of Cortez
This region of Mexico is, maybe, besides the Cancun region and the Riviera Maya, one of the most exclusive destinations of the country, visited by tourists from all over the world.

Boating in Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera Nayarit
This route takes us through the coasts of the states of Jalisco and Nayarit, place of one of the most popular Mexican beach destinations: Puerto Vallarta and another beach, less visited

Boating, The Manzanillo and the Costa Alegre Route in the Mexican Pacific
This segment of the Mexican pacific coast has various tourist developments which can be reached by air, land or sea and the main port is the city of Manzanillo, Colima. We will start our review with this place

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