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Recent Guerrero reviews

  • Vista Bay

    "Beautiful and spacious. Loved the privacy. So nice to step out to private patio and admire the view. Nice to have laundry too. We walked to Playa La Ropa and got adventurous and walked the rocky trail to Playa Las Gatas. Everyone very helpful, especially Andres who toured us to special places and recommended some great places to eat."
    Guest: Delores K. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 12, 2014
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  • A Piece of Paradise

    "Everything about this place is first class without being snobby. Residents and staff are super friendly. It is quite new, thus in clean and perfectly operable. The pools are perfect - though we spent many hours on the beach, where shade and chairs are welcomed on the warm afternoons. We loved every part of our week - and we are certainly hoping to return in the future."
    Guest: Patrick Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 6, 2015
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  • Great vacation

    "This was our fourth stay at Villa . It is our home away from home. The service was great as always. Lourdes and Marie were available to us as needed. Marie cooked fabulous meals that lasted us the whole week! The villa now has a modem for wifi but it didn't work very well. But we really didn't need it. This visit was quite packed at the Resosrt. Each day there was a bus load of Mexican tourists that were brought in and it made for limited relaxation at the pool. Regardless, The Villa continues to exceed our expectation and we love renting from Dan and Nancy!"
    Guest: Donna Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 4, 2015
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  • La Saladita review

    "We're brand new to surfing but had heard La Saladita was a great place to learn. That this house was stocked with surf boards made it all very easy. To my delight, the house was also stocked with SUPs, white water kayaks, and boogie boards - a water enthusiast's dream. The presence of those ww kayaks cut my surfing career short, but the kids and my husband had a blast on the boards and now are hooked. The house is magical and the caretakers, Alfonso and Alicia, truly gems. We fell into an easy rhythm of fresh fruit in the morning, lots of beach time, splashing in the pool, lovely meals on the covered deck overlooking the ocean, naps in the hammocks, and just generally reveling in the warm air and long sunsets. You should GO; this house is pretty much perfect."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 4, 2015
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Guerrero Travel Tips

A Little Information for Your Trip to Guerrero

Situated along Mexico’s southern region on the Pacific coast, you will find Guerrero. It is known for its warm climate, top-notch tourist resorts, and beautiful scenery. Furthermore, if you have heard of Acapulco, Guerrero is not too far off as the port of Acapulco is highly accessible. Guerrero, Mexico travel is a truly magical experience

Getting to Guerrero

Arriving at your Guerrero, Mexico resorts is not going to be difficult. Though it is a little traveled destination, it is not forgotten. The Juan N. Alvarez International Airport is a well connected airport with plenty of incoming and outbound flights. Prices will depend on the time of year you plan to travel. If you are already in Mexico, many buses go in and out of the region from the major cities. For the most part, buses are safe, fast, and affordable. Many of these buses compare to tour buses with movies, roomy seats, and snacks. If you have a rental car, the modern four-lane highway, Autopista del Sol, is the best route. It is a little pricey but it is safe. Just be sure you have a car with good tires, as one section of the road is a touch rough.

Getting Around Safely

It is not suggested that you use a car to travel around Guerrero, especially if you plan to spend most of your time in Acapulco. The streets are not organized in an easy-to-navigate grid and there is always a lot of traffic. Your best bet is to take a taxi but be careful because they are unmetered. Always agree on a fare before getting inside. In addition to taxis, there are buses that make many stops in and around town. There is no need to be at a bus stop to catch a ride, just wave at the driver and he will stop! The buses have been privatized and each is owned by the driver. Buses compete for passengers which makes for an exciting ride.

What not to Miss Around Guerrero

Staying at Guerrero, Mexico vacation rentals almost demands that you witness the cliff divers at La Quebrada. These fearless adventurers take a 150-foot plunge off the cliff into the deep blue sea. This is not for the faint of heart so if you fear heights, you might want to look away! You will also want to explore the surrounding towns of Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo which offer beautiful beaches as well as a modern port. Taxco, another nearby town, is famous for its arts and crafts, particularly silver jewelry. On your way, check out the splendid architecture of the Santa Prisca church and other old buildings. While in the Taxco area, do not miss Cacahuamilpa Caverns, some of the most gorgeous in the world. If you like cave-diving, this is the spot for you!

Other Things to Do

While in Guerrero, do your best to make it to Zocalo, Acapulco’s town square. It lies on the western side of La Costera and is cool, shady, and peaceful. While in Zocalo, you will definitely get a taste for local culture along the tree-lined paths. It is filled with bistros, restaurants, and street vendors selling local fare. There is also plenty of street entertainment. For a change of pace from the partying and beaches, you will also want to check out Pie de la Cuesta which is to the northwest. It is bordered by the Pacific Ocean and the freshwater Laguna de Cuyoca. Also, your trip to Guerrero will be incomplete without a day at Isla de la Roqueta. It has a beautiful beach with shallow areas which is perfect for families with small children. Take a glass-bottomed harbor boat tour around the area to see the region’s underwater glory.

Choosing Accommodations in Guerrero

Instead of a hotel or resort, you may want to book your own Guerrero, Mexico vacation rentals to enjoy the freedom that making your own schedule allows. You will enjoy the beauty of the surrounding area without the hassle of staying in a hotel. The fully equipped kitchen of the rental will even allow you to shop the local markets and make delicious and healthy meals at your home away from home. Also, depending on the activities you may want to experience, you may choose your rental closer to those locations rather than on resort row.

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