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This is the first time I've had the pleasure of visiting Costa Rica- what a beautiful country! How lucky I am that my first journey here was to Crocodile Bay Resort! We purchased this vacation package at auction all the way up in snowy Ann...More
My husband and I recently returned from our honeymoon at Crocodile Bay. Despite being evacuated due to Hurricane Otto 4 days into our 8-day vacation and never stepping foot on a boat (the Coast Guard cancelled fishing the 4 days we were there), we had...More
We spent 7 nights at Crocodile Bay in June, 2016. We had an incredible time! Fished 3 days (1 day inshore, the other 2 offshore). Had some nice rooster fish and other stuff on the inshore day. One of the offshore days was slow, only...More
I had the pleasure of staying at the Crocodile Bay Resort last week for several days and had a blast. The facilities are top notch and the location is just amazing. The hotel picks you up from the tiny Puerto Jimenez airport and 5 minutes...More
Thankfully, I have been to quite a few tropical destinations in my life (Hawaii, Mexico, the Caribbean, the Mediterranean..) and my stay at Crocodile Bay tops them all! The combination of the service, food (not sure where Robert I L had to eat but I...More
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Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
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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#2 Romantic Hotel in Puerto Jimenez
#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.