Bus in Pochutla

Terminal de Autobuses San Pedro Pochutla

The main bus station, entered through a white-grilled doorway toward the south end of Cárdenas. It’s used by Turistar (deluxe), OCC and AltaMar (1st-class) and Sur and AU (2nd-class) services. For distant destinatio…
Taxi in Pochutla

Taxis to the Beach Villages

Follow Calle Jamaica west off Av Cárdenas just north of the main bus station. After 150m you will reach a small chapel. To the left, a car park acts as a departure point for shared taxis colectivos to the beach vill…
Motorcycle Rental in Bahías de Huatulco

Aventura Mundo

Zipping around on a scooter can be a fun way to get around Huatulco. Aventura Mundo rents easy to maneuver machines, with helmets and a map, from US$35 per day (discounts for more than one day). There's generally no…
Bus in Mazunte


Comfortable vans depart for San José del Pacífico (M$140, 3¼ hours) and Oaxaca (M$220, 6¾ hours) 11 times daily from Paseo del Mazunte, just east of the church. Book in advance by phone or from Pochutla office.
Bus in Bahías de Huatulco

Central Camionera

Located 1.2km northwest of central La Crucecita; used by Turistar (deluxe), AltaMar (1st-class), Transportes Rápidos de Pochutla (TRP; 2nd-class) and Istmeños (2nd-class) buses.
Bus in Puerto Escondido

Villa Escondida

Vans to Oaxaca (M$200) hourly from 3:30am to 9:30pm, and at 11pm. Has another office in Terminal Turística. Vans call at both.
Bus in Puerto Escondido

Express Service

Vans to Oaxaca (M$220) hourly from 4am to 5pm, and at 8pm, 10pm, 11pm and 11:30pm. Office and departure in Terminal Turística
Car Rental in Puerto Escondido

Los Tres Reyes

Rents saloon cars from M$800 per day. The office is on the highway above Colonia Santa María, just up from Playa Zicatela. It has an airport office too.
Airport in Bahías de Huatulco

Huatulco Airport

Possibly the world's handsomest airport with white walls and a gabled thatched roof . It's located 400m north of Hwy 200, 15km west of La Crucecita.
Bus in Zipolite


Has comfortable vans that depart for San José del Pacífico (M$130, four hours) and Oaxaca (M$210, 6½ hours) 11 times daily, almost round the clock.