|Ground Transportation Reservation
Drive south on the coast road Highway 307. (Be sure to fill your tank in Carrillo Puerto!). There is now a new PEMEX station, just east of the Xcalak turnoff.
Pass through the village of Limones, about 1 mile, and turn left at the Majahual turn off sign (this is a brand new paved, big road).
Drive south about 55 kilometers to the junction just west of Majahual. Turn right. THERE ARE NEW SIGNS MARKING THE TURN OFF TO XCALAK. [This is a new and paved road, may not be in the travel guides yet.]
Drive south about 55 kilometers to the end of the road. Turn left at the junction and follow the road through the town of Xcalak. (The road will bend left near the football/soccer fields.) Continue heading north out of town and over a bridge. The road parallels the shore. In about 2 kilometers you will arrive at Costa de Cocos on the right.
The trip will take approximately 4 - 4.5 hours.
Costa de Cocos... on the doorstep of the Great Mayan Reef. Great diving and fishing are to be found here in the Xcalak area! Experience this coastline before the development changes it forever!
Your total vacation experience is what we care about and your comfort is important to us. But what you do and see is also high on our priority list. This remote outpost, far from the world we know and very close to what we should care about, is a natural wonderland. Tropical and migratory birds are everywhere. The lagoons offer tarpon and bonefish. The jungles are habitat to a broad array of plant and animal life. A skiff excursion gives you a day's outing in San Pedro Town on Ambergris Caye in Belize. The fishing village of Xcalak and its 200 simple but very unique citizens give your stay at Costa de Cocos a tone and a touch not soon forgotten.
And then there's the diving! The 'star-of-the-show' is The Chinchorro Banks...a massive atoll complex sitting 1-1/2 hours off-shore. Chinchorro is a divers' 'banquet', setting the table with just about every undersea 'goodie' imaginable...reefs and walls, blue holes and wrecks. But, you don't need to go all the way over to Chinchorro for a great dive. The reefs right off our front door are in great condition and have something to offer both novice and experienced divers.
Flyfishing the flats at Costa de Cocos is truly world-class caliber. Slightly more remote and much less renowned than Ascension Bay, the Caribbean flats and Chetumal Bay offer abundant bonefish, permit and tarpon.
An Overview of the Resort
- 16 private, thatched roof cabanas
- Dining Room & Bar
- Self sufficient Eco-resort
- Wind generated power
- On-site water purification plant
- Breakfast included in rate
- World Class Fishing
- Bird watching trips
- Snorkeling trips
- SCUBA Diving!
- Boat trips to San Pedro, Belize
- Swimmers Pier
- Kayak rental
- 1 or 2 double beds
- Cabanas with wooden walls, Mexican tile floors and a thatched roof
- Private bathroom with shower
- Ceiling fan
- 120V electricity
Thatched Roof Cabana
12 Individual Private Cabanas...Built of traditional stonework, rich tropical woods and topped with native thatched roofs - prepare to relax. Each cabana has a private bathroom with hot water and daily maid service.|