Children will be thrilled by the rides in this water park, as well as the aquarium and the seal and dolphin show.
Parque Papagayo is an ecological, recreational and tourist area in the city of Acapulco in southern Mexico. The area is the single most extensive green area of the city and includes a large shaded children’s park popular with Mexican families.
Section of Acapulco that remains relatively untapped by tourism.
One of the most famous in Acapulco, this beach has loads of water activities and restaurants, and is particularly gay-friendly.
Located in an old section of the city, this church displays byzantine-influenced architecture.
Located east of the city, this fresh-water lagoon is great for viewing wildlife and engaging in water sports.
This local history museum is located in Acapulco's famed Fort of San Diego.
Take a glass-bottom boat and explore this small island, which has nice beaches, restaurants and a zoo.
A peaceful, popular beach.
Created in 1956 and located on the side of a house, this mural is one of the city's most important cultural artifacts.