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Old Acapulco

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Old Acapulco

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6Hrs All-Inclusive All The Attractions in ONE Baby Turtle Liberation & Croc Farm

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Watch famous cliff divers and help baby sea turtles reach the sea for the first time on this all-inclusive tour of Acapulco. With port and hotel pickup and drop-off included, you don’t have to worry about arranging transportation or finding your way around the foreign city. Plus, a guide shows you local-favorite shopping streets and neighborhoods most tourists miss.
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Shari1965 wrote a review Apr 2020
Lynchburg, Virginia21 contributions14 helpful votes
Carlos Alergria shared this gem to our family. And let me say, it was beautiful! Incredible views and Carlos is a talented photographer as well as our favorite Driver!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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416georgiaw wrote a review Feb 2020
Toronto, Canada4 contributions2 helpful votes
After booking my family for a trip to Acapolco, I discovered that it is one of the top five most dangerous cities in the world. Undeterred, my partner and I and her 11 year old son had a fantastic time, mostly staying on the resort. The beaches went on forever, and aside from the guards with machine guns on the beaches (and in military vehicles in town) there was no evidence of violence. There were few tourists, perhaps because of the scare, but the staff seemed grateful to have visitors; and the food, particuarly in the a la carte restaurant was truly sensational. We went on a side trip to see cliff divers and also went snorkling. Both were wondeful and well worth the money. If you scratch the surface a little, there appear to be expat Americans running ayahuasca retreats in the area, but we kept our adventures to those in the brochure, and we were fine!
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Date of experience: March 2019
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roy v wrote a review May 2019
Traralgon, Australia3,941 contributions675 helpful votes
We travelled through the old town , it was good to see where it all started and see some of the great homes and hotels built here when Acapulco was probably the Jetset capital of the world. We went to the lovely main town square where there where lots of little shoe shine booths set up and people getting their shoes cleaned, this is very traditional and something you do not see very often anymore. Also there is a lovely bronze statue of a shoe shiner, so this square must have a long history of shiners . Great to see, well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Sandra-LeeChampagne wrote a review Mar 2019
Playa del Carmen, Mexico56 contributions8 helpful votes
I went to Acapulco without any expectations. I went to visit a cousin so this was the purpose of my visit. I loved it! beautiful bay with amazing view. I would go back!
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Date of experience: February 2019
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JordanS8 wrote a review Oct 2018
Sarasota, Florida1,562 contributions283 helpful votes
One cannot have a complete tour of Acapulco without visiting the old part of the city. It has character which is missing from the newer glitzier portion. You can imagine going back in time to a simpler time. Don’t miss it.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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