About Acapulco, Mexico
In Acapulco, you can opt for a lively party vibe by staying in the city, with its creative food scene, bustling waterfront promenade, and lively nightlife. Or you can escape to nearby villages where a beach chair, bucket of cold beers, and a good book is about as much excitement as you'll find.
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Things You Can't Miss
The famed cliff divers of La Quebrada have been thrilling onlookers since the 1930s. Their heart-stopping jumps are as graceful as they are daring.
From busy, bustling Condesa to quieter Caleta to pretty Puerto Marques, Acapulco's beaches have long been at the heart of its appeal to vacationers.
The fort of San Diego once defended the harbor. It's now home to a museum with enlightening exhibits on the city's importance in Mexican history.
There’s a lot of misinformation out there about cruise ships. Read on to get the facts vs. fiction.
It's a short ride in a glass-bottom boat to this island, where you can swim, snorkle or climb to the lighthouse for a fine view of the city and coast.
Historical and beautiful, these stops are not-to-be-missed.
From the lineup of bars along La Costera’s main drag to super-hip clubs such as Palladium in Las Brisas, the partying never stops in Acapulco.
Tips to help you book the sweetest spot on the boat.
Take an ecotour or go horseback riding to see water birds and other wildlife at this expansive wetland, used in the filming of early Tarzan movies.
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