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Ixtapa Island

Discover the little paradise that lies in Mexico’s waters. A mere 10 minute boat ride out to sea from the city of Zihuatanejo is Ixtapa, a small island of singular beauty. This island, also known as Isla Grande – “the big island” – offers you the peace of white sand, green palms, turquoise seas… Feel like in the Garden of Eden on this tour into the wild’s most attractive facade. Your escapade begins with an amazing boat tour to cross over to the isle of Ixtapa. During the 10 minutes it takes the boat to get there, enjoy the cool spray of the surf as you bob along the waves and admire the warm Mexican sun reflecting off the water. When you set foot on the Ixtapa Island, contemplate the vastness of its postcard-worthy beaches. Now begins your day of fun and leisure; invest your time however most pleases you. After all, one doesn’t go to Eden to get bored or to work. Not that Ixtapa gives you the chance to do any of the latter: you can swim in its crystalline waters, relax and sunbathe on the smooth sand and even practice all kinds of aquatic sports. Put your skills to the test in its fishing areas or go snorkelling to mingle with the waters’ colourful marine life amidst its breath-taking coral reefs. Give yourself a treat and have fun in this most striking of landscapes, where the dreamy beaches stand in stark contrast with the island’s mountainous interior. Discover the little paradise that lies in Mexico’s waters. A mere 10 minute boat ride out to sea from the city of Zihuatanejo is Ixtapa, a small island of singular beauty. This island, also known as Isla Grande – “the big island” – offers you the peace of white sand, green palms, turquoise seas… Feel like in the Garden of Eden on this tour into the wild’s most attractive facade. Your escapade begins with an amazing boat tour to cross over to the isle of Ixtapa. Durin Meeting point: Pick-up from the hotels at 9.30am. Duration: Approx. five hours. Start/opening time: 10am. Languages: English and Spanish.