Huatulco Salvaje is a group of certified tour guides from the local community, many of them from village families displaced when the Parque Nacional Huatulco was created in the 1990s. They know their stuff when it comes to nature tours hereabouts.

Pop into their office in Santa Cruz's Ocean Park building to organize seaborne activities including five-hour snorkeling boat trips (M$2000 to M$3500 for up to 10 people), various walking trips, and whale-, dolphin- and turtle-watching (October to April, four hours, M$650 per person, minimum five).

They also rent out bikes per hour/day M$40/200.