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I just returned from a stay at Crocodile Bay for an excellent photo workshop led by Matt and Diana Kloskowski. Crocodile Bay was a great place to stay and hold the workshop. The food was excellent. The staff was friendly and very helpful. The rooms...More
I was a little disappointed,
Everything seemed a little dated and we didn’t catch any sailfish or marlin restaurant didn’t get lunch order right for three days and pretty much made ordering meals a challenge that it was a mystery what they were gonna bring...More
The people at this place go the extra mile to make you feel home and comfortable. The food is amazing! It’s a very nice fishing place And the captains and mates are really great!
I will come back!
The only wish I have new mattresses!...More
This was our first time to Costa Rica and my wife and I traved there with friends. We had a outstanding time! The staff that takes care of you are so kind! The food is amazing and they are so kind to help with any...More
My wife and I and another couple recently spent a week at Crocodile Bay Resort in Costa Rica. We had an outstanding time. Can't say enough good things about the staff and accomodations; fishing staff; and, the eco tour options and guides. Of course we...More
Response from William W | Reviewed this property |
Crocodile Bay arranged for a driver to take me to and from San Jose for a visit earlier this month. It took about 5 to 5 1/2 hours, plus any stopping time, going along the coastal route. On my way down to the resort, we... More
Crocodile Bay arranged for a driver to take me to and from San Jose for a visit earlier this month. It took about 5 to 5 1/2 hours, plus any stopping time, going along the coastal route. On my way down to the resort, we stopped -- at my request -- a number of times to take photographs, so we had at least an hour of stopping time. It was a scenic and interesting drive.
There is also a route that goes more through the mountains. Supposed to be very pretty and I am told takes about an hour longer.
Traffic and road construction varies and could add to the time in some cases (it was not a problem for me), which could matter if you are going from Crocodile Bay back to catch a flight in San Jose on the same day.
As others have noted, you can also take a short flight on a small plane from San Jose to Puerto Jimenez.
Response from jcdubose48 | Reviewed this property |
We went in February experienced the dry season, warm to some people comfortable to me. Our return trip was Oct. 18 2017, everything was lush and green, cool with burst of humidity. October is a slow month there was just 5 of... More
We went in February experienced the dry season, warm to some people comfortable to me. Our return trip was Oct. 18 2017, everything was lush and green, cool with burst of humidity. October is a slow month there was just 5 of us at the resort. The staff treated us like we were family. In my conversation with Ms. Olympia, November is the beginning of the season for them. While we did have some rain it was always in the late afternoon or through the night all clear for the next morning.