Arguably one of the most famous locations in all of Acapulco, here is where you will find divers braving the 136 ft tall cliff plunging into the Pacific waters below. Sit at the base of the mountain and marvel at their feats.
Explore La Roqueta Island, a short boat ride from Acapulco's harbor, featuring hiking trails, a lighthouse, and a marine park for snorkeling.
Explore the historic Fort of San Diego (Fuerte de San Diego), a well-preserved 17th-century fort that now houses the Acapulco Historical Museum.
Acapulco boasts a coastline of beautiful sandy beaches, including Playa Condesa, Playa Caleta, and Playa Icacos, perfect for sunbathing, swimming, and water sports.
Witness the daring cliff divers at La Quebrada. These skilled divers leap from towering cliffs into a narrow, rocky inlet below.
Experience the vibrant nightlife in Acapulco. The city is famous for its nightclubs, bars, and beachfront discos.
Stroll through El Zócalo, the city's main square, to enjoy live music, street performances, and local cuisine.