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Your tropical escape to turquoise waters and sandy beaches begins when you travel to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) via car, taxi, train or bus. If you've been imagining yourself basking under the Mexican sun or exploring picturesque streets with unique shops, you can fly from Los Angeles to Acapulco in just over six hours.
During your stay, you can experience the thrill of watching cliff divers as they plummet down La Quebrada, a steep cliff that descends into the Pacific Ocean. El Fuerte de San Diego is a replica of an old fort that serves as a museum and is filled with fascinating historical artifacts and information. Swimming with dolphins, splashing in the wave pool and going down massive water slides are just a few of the activities at CiCi Acapulco Magico.
First discovered in 1521 by Francisco Chico, Acapulco was an important trading port that served America and Asia. Today, the bustling village draws visitors from all over the world and hosts yearly events including Carnival and The Acapulco Fair. Gorgeous temperatures are felt throughout the seasons with averages that range between 71 and 91 degrees Fahrenheit. After you land at General Juan N. Alvarez International Airport (ACA), taxis are available for hire outside the terminal, or you can reach your destination by rental car or hotel shuttle.