Costa de Cocos Fishing Lodge
Costa de Cocos cabana accommodations
Costa de Cocos
Costa de Cocos restaurant
Restaurant outside deck
Cabana with 2 king beds
Breakfast in Coco de Cocos restaurant
Egrets, migratory birds abound
Queen Angel reef fish
Xcalak SCUBA diving is awesome!
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"This is a great place for those seeking to get away from it all. My thing is snorkling, it is easy to find lots of interesting fish either by going along the Costa de Cocos beach or chartering a boat at reasonable prices. Fishing and scuba diving..."
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From: Milwaukee, WI
About me: Enjoys Beach & Water SportsLooking for Quiet & Relaxation
This is a great place for those seeking to get away from it all. My thing is snorkling, it is easy to find lots of interesting fish either by going along the Costa de Cocos beach or chartering a boat at reasonable prices. Fishing and scuba diving are also easy to do. The only downside is the Mexican government requires snorklers to have a life vest, which makes no sense and annoying to have to cope with it.
Food is great.
From: Greenfield, WI
Stayed at the Cocos twice. Not much nite life, no shopping, isolated. Great getaway. I go to snorkel. Snorkeling is easy and convenient. Plenty of interesting sea life. Can just swim out to coral outcroppings from the resort's pier or for a modest price take a boat to other good snorkeling areas. Xcalak is great for any one who enjoys water sports like fishing, snorkeling, and scuba diving. Cocos has a great restaurant. And there are several other outstanding places to eat nearby.
If you are looking to get away from it all (no TV, no phone service, including cell connections, radio, but Cocos does have WIFi) relax, enjoy the Caribbean and indulge in some gourmet cooking. This is a great place.
By: Bitu the diver
From: Coatepec,Veracruz, Mexico
About me: Enjoys Beach & Water SportsGolferLooking for Quiet & Relaxation
There is no beach, and it is not posible to walk in because of the mud and medusas. There should be a longer wood structure so you evoid the mangrove mud and enter were ther is sand.
They should change the bed spreads. There are so many nice textils in Mexico, that it would be much pretier.
About me: Enjoys Beach & Water SportsInterested in Cultural & Nature ActivitiesLooking for Quiet & Relaxation
Well run, clean, fully functional, friendly, quiet and peaceful. Rustic bungalows that have everything you need and are spacious enough for alot of gear (diving/fishing etc).
About me: Interested in Cultural & Nature ActivitiesEnjoys Beach & Water Sports
About me: Looking for Quiet & RelaxationDiving
this place has great prople and a great location for diving. all the staff were friendly and accomidating if you want a quiet and laid back place this is it!! will definatly be back here for more diving and exploring the area!
From: Fonthill, Ontario, Canada
About me: Interested in Cultural & Nature ActivitiesEnjoys Beach & Water SportsLooking for Quiet & Relaxation
Quaint out of the way place to spend some time. Very relaxing.
By: Craig Carlson
Wonderful, calm, quiet, relaxing, beautiful location/area. I could live there, but still need to work, darn it!
By: Jule Hudson
My husband and I have been vacationing in the Maya Riviera area for the past 20 years, witnessing the area go from peaceful and quaint to nonstop development and traffic. We were anxious to find a place that brought back the feel of a simpler, fishing town experience. The area around Xcalak definitely does that. I was a little worried that this may be a little too rustic for me but when we pulled into the resort I was please to find the grounds immaculate and the bungalows at Costa de Cocos to be very clean, quaint and comfortable, though the bathrooms could use a little updating. One morning, we took the 3 hour river trip into the mangroves and were lucky enough to spot a manatee, who swam right past our boat !! The river trip included a stop for snorkeling on one of the most beautiful reefs where we saw a nurse shark. We did not partake in any of the bone fishing trips. We drove to the spectacular Mayan ruins of Chacchoben one afternoon and were the only ones in the park (must not have been cruise ships in Mahuahual that day) and even saw a family of monkeys. Chacchoben is an hour and a half drive each way and there were no places to eat close to the ruins as the snack bar was closed, so plan accordingly. We enjoyed the pizza's at the restaurant and the service was very good. We will return.
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