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Ben and the staff at Cocotal were so friendly and helpful! They even surprised us with an in-room birthday note, balloons with a banner and cake for my husband, which was impressive since we only mentioned it that morning before heading out for an excursion....More
We stayed there on July 12th 2016 for 4 days. The place was very clean and was in a great location not far out of San Pedro. The grounds around the place were very lush and well maintained. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The...More
Casita 2-B absolutely perfect! can not say enough about the staff, they were wonderful.
clean, personal, the small complex made it a very friendly atmosphere.Not too far out of town and within walking distance on the beachfront path to a few resturants. we thoughly enjoyed...More
My teenage daughter and I traveled to Belize the first week of January 2018. We stayed in the beachfront studio casita. It is beautiful! The casita is amazing and provides everything you need but the view is even more spectacular! The atmosphere was quiet and...More
We arrived in BZE via Miami from the UK. Took a local cab to the quay and then the Water Taxi to San Pedro via Caulker. Then a cab with the very friendly Jesus to Cocotal.
This spot is 2.5 miles north of the bustling...More
My wife and I aren't experienced kayakers, so that could be part of the problem, but we found it rather difficult. Going out to the reef, you're fighting the ocean (it took forever), the water was about mid-torso, and the... More
My wife and I aren't experienced kayakers, so that could be part of the problem, but we found it rather difficult. Going out to the reef, you're fighting the ocean (it took forever), the water was about mid-torso, and the water kept the kayak moving when attempting to get back in. You're supposed to be able to snorkel off of their peer, which would probably be the better option, but I can't speak to that (we arrived 2 days after Hurricane Earl, so it was out of commission). FYI, you can't really just wade out into the water, as there is sea grass so you can't see at all what you're stepping into.