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Costera Miguel Aleman, 218, Acapulco, Guerrero, 39390, Mexico
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Need a bus/large van for 10 persons to from cruise terminal to see the cliff divers

by Cruiseone2003

I am arriving by cruise ship on 8Oct at 11am with my family. I would like to rent a large van/small bus for 10 persons, 6 adults and 4 children to see the cliff divers and then maybe a small city tour with a drop off in town and/or a return back to the ship. I'm curious if this would be cheaper than renting 2-3 taxis or 2 large vehicles at the cruise terminal.

Can anyone help me with this?

Thank you,

David

RE: Need a bus/large van for 10 persons to from cruise terminal to see the cliff divers

by gomexico

You can find a list of some of the bilingual drivers with cars/vans in Acapulco by going to the following web address:

http://boards.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?t=412544

Drivers "Rosie" and "Arturo" (in the middle of the list) have vans and regularly serve the cruise ship trade. You could also contact the other drivers if you wish to see what they might offer, and to compare prices, etc. These drivers speak a fair degree of English.

Travel Tips for Acapulco

GO TO THE DISCOS and see the...

by pilita

GO TO THE DISCOS and see the men diving on the cliffs. Tons of tourist, the beaches and the activities there such as flying, and tubing. Shopping and eating their exotic nieves (sherbets) with different flavor such as rose petals, tequila and more.

Hidden garden is a heavenly delight

by tsunami8972

Up behind the University of Loyola above Las Brisas is the new Acapulco Botanical Garden Esther Pliego de Salinas. It's just 3 years old now but it has been mass planted with tropicals and when I was there in March it was starting to really fill in and look spectacular. The land is half way up the mountain and climes a thousand feet with all beautiful formal walkways and stairs. They've planted in a lot of endangered species and rare and different vegetation and even a few orchids. A georgeous 2 foot blue Pheasant was sitting on the tree next to the entranceway as I arrived. Get a cab from the Walmart to the university and make him wait for you $5.00 per hour or you might not get down the mountain. It's very off the beaten track and the university bus is irregular. No admission charge so pay the cab the $5. Well worth every penny of the cab fare $7.00 return plus $5.

El Cabrito

by harlgr8dane about El Cabrito

This is a very small restaurant...but the food was delicious and the service was also great. Even though we were at much fancier places through the trip with spectacular Acapulco Bay views etc.etc - this was one of our favourites! Baked cheese

San Diego Fort

by Electrcrio

During our first full day in Acapulco we were taken to the Fuerte De San Diego. The Fort of San Diego is the most relevant historic monument in Acapulco and was the most important Spanish fortress along the pacific cost. Located on a hill in the heart of downtown Acapulco, the fort is an integral part of the landscape that stands out because of its singular geometric design in the shape of a five point star. Today, this important building houses Acapulco's History Museum.

While we were there I was not only able to visit the fort and see the culture it houses but we were also taken there one night at sunset for a festive dinner and cultural show. This was arranged by my mom's company and was absolutely beautiful to watch the sunset over the ocean.

In Taxco, we would recommmend...

by Pinoy

In Taxco, we would recommmend to visit La Mina, where you can find bargain sterling silver jewelry. La Mina is the only store that has mine. A free tour into the excavation site where you can find various stones and rocks of different sizes and colors. To get there, look for the sign Arkos on a minibus, or you can take taxi. Most drivers are familiar with the store.

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