For lovers of the sun and the sea, Zihuatanejo offers a wide variety of activities in the sea such as diving and snorkeling in the coral reefs of the Pacific Ocean.
Its crystal clear and warm waters are a paradise for the athlete who enjoys deep-sea fishing such as Pacific sailfish, mahi-mahi, marlin, wahoo and yellow tuna. Other species available throughout the year are roosterfish, grouper, snapper, Spanish mackerel and horse mackerel.
Ixtapa is just 10 minutes from Villa del Pescador, and in addition to a wide range of restaurants and nightlife, there are two golf greens, one designed by Robert von Hagge and the other by Robert Trent Jones Jr. You will also find various beach clubs and tennis courts available to enjoy them.
There are also various eco-tourism activities, such as hiking and others to explore tropical nature, snorkel in coral reefs, kayak, swim and ride a bike along the cycle path that connects Zihuatanejo and Ixtapa to Playa Linda, passing through an ecological reserve.
Whether you like tranquility and relaxation or adventure; In Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo you will find activities for all tastes and ages.
Fishing is one of the main tourist attractions due to the great variety of marine species that exist in our coasts such as tuna, dorado, sailfish, marlin, roosterfish.
In addition, every year in the month of May the International Sailfish Tournament is held, the second most important in the country, only behind Los Cabos.
At Hotel Villa del Pescador we offer our fisher friends the facilities for this sport, we support them to choose the boat for their adventure, we get up early with them to make them breakfast, give them a lunch for their fishing day and we wait for them on their return for the lunch and dinner where we gladly cook the catch of the day.
You can rent a boat or organize a fishing charter on boats ranging from 24-foot pangas to 38-foot yachts, guided by a bilingual expert. Costs range from $ 120 per day for excursions close to shore, to $ 250 for offshore trips. (Approximate costs)