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The fishing was a bit slow, but that is the very nature of fishing. We were on a couples vacation and it was perfect. My wife and her friend enjoyed the spa (chocolate facial, massage, facial etc) as well as ocean kayaking and stand up...More
My husband and I visited Crocodile Bay Resort with our 13- and 11-yr old children in January and truly had the best vacation ever. With the fishing (roosterfish are our new favorite) and all of the fabulous eco tours, everyday was amazing. Ziplining, snorkeling, primate...More
Great fishing trip with the Ladies catching Roosterfish, Sailfish, Snapper, Jacks & Sharks… The captains and Mates are amazing. All the staff was awesome. They make you feel like Family. There are plenty of Eco Tours available we went Zip Lining. The meals were very...More
Just returned from an amazing holiday a Crocodile Bay Resort The service was outstanding and the staff was wonderful Special thanks to Todd and Olympia for making our stay so special Will be returning next January!
I'm a fishing nut, but mostly staying near home, and I'm not well-traveled. Having just turned 50, I treated my self to a "bucket list" type trip, and headed down to Crocodile Bay with four friends. It was a fantastic experience.
I think the best...More
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Business Centre with Internet Access
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US$340 - US$675 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#3 Family Hotel in Puerto Jimenez
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Having been there in both the wet season (Nov) and dry season (Feb) we definitely preferred Nov. Everything is green and lush and the flowers are in there prime. Feb was the opposite - grass was brown, very few flowers and... More
Having been there in both the wet season (Nov) and dry season (Feb) we definitely preferred Nov. Everything is green and lush and the flowers are in there prime. Feb was the opposite - grass was brown, very few flowers and the trees were sad looking. The dust from the dirt roads was insane;we were covered and had to wash our feet constantly. Due to the hurricane in Nov all fishing was cxl'd when we were at CB so can't comment on that.
They would keep a few edible fish that would be served as your dinner that day. Most of what we caught was catch & release, especially Sailfish & Marlin. There was no vacuum packing or freezing of any fish that I was aware... More
They would keep a few edible fish that would be served as your dinner that day. Most of what we caught was catch & release, especially Sailfish & Marlin. There was no vacuum packing or freezing of any fish that I was aware of.