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Costa de Cocos is about immersing yourself in nature, while relaxing in a hammock suspended under palm trees, enjoying an ice cold beverage on our patio, fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, traveling along the coast in a kayak, or touring the surrounding landscape on foot, observing our local flora and fauna. From our shore you will observe numerous juvenile fish in the shallows, while multiple species of shorebirds feed along the coast. All you hear is the gentle roar of waves breaking on the nearby reef, all you feel is the warm sun and a gentle breeze blowing across your skin. You are surrounded by turquoise waters and dense jungle and mangroves. No skyscrapers, crowds, or cell phones.Costa de Cocos offers a truly unique experience on the frontier of Mexico. Our environmentally friendly resort has much to offer those who seek to experience life off the beaten path. We are located within the Xcalak Reef National Marine Park (Parque Nacional Arrecifes de Xcalak). The closest gas station and ATM are 30 miles (50 km) away, and the closest sizable town, Chetumal, is a distant 130 miles (200 km). Power is provided by the sun, with a generator backup.No square concrete rooms here, you will stay in a private Mayan-style beach bungalow with attached bathroom and shower. You will dine in our shore-front restaurant and bar, with wood decor and thatched roof.During your stay you can go fishing, snorkeling, and scuba diving, experience guided bird tours, kayak along the coast, visit Mayan ruins, travel to nearby towns and museums, and visit Belize. We are located five hours south of Cancun and three hours north of Chetumal. Belize and Ambergris Caye are located only a few short miles to the south.We have a wireless Internet connection, but no cell or land-line phone service. The nearby village of Xcalak offers very little in the way of shopping and nightlife. If you are looking for sandy beaches, shopping, and an active night life, it it best not to choose us.
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We were pleasantly surprised by the quality of thr food andthe availability of draft beer in the dusty town of Xcalak. A bit pricey potentially for what it is, but when there is little alternative it's ok to charge a bit extra. Lots of tequilas...More
Immediately when we entered the restaurant, May 17, 2018, around 19.30 pm, the waiter slammed the menus on the table and said completely rude that we had to shoot with orders because the restaurant would close in 15 minutes. He stopped at the table and...More
A group of us spent a week at Costa de Cocos on a fishing trip. It was an all-inclusive trip including lodging, fishing charters and guides, food and liquor. The lodge is at the southern tip of the Yucatan about a five hour drive...More
Not sure what to expect when we flew into Cancun and drove 5 hours south to a little town called Xcalak. Our journey was to include 6 day of fly fishing for Permit, Bonefish, Tarpon "Grand Slam" they call it. What we didn't expect was...More
We borrowed the kayaks and tied up to floats in front and experienced great snorkeling. Wonderful staff and amazing food. Their pizza is a must try. This was our third stop in our 5 week trip and we enjoyed it the most. We did not...More