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Crocodile Bay is absolutely beautiful hotel and spa. And a fisherman's dream. It is primarily a fishing resort, with a fleet of tower boats and crews to man them. They go out everyday at 6:30 am and return at 3:00 pm. Breakfast is at 5:30....More
We just left. We were a group of 24. Everything was fabulous. You could go here just to walk on the grounds and animal watch... Macaws, Tucans, iguanas. The captains and mates and fishing = big time fun. Thank you Melvin, Freddie, Johnnie, Will 2,...More
Spent 12 days at Crocodile Bay in January. Since it was our eighth visit, you can tell we really love this place, its people, and the whole experience.
Getting there is always smooth - due to flight connections, our arrangements always include overnights in San...More
We spent six days here over Christmas, I took my two college aged boys here. I can't say enough good things about this resort or its staff. Its not often (r perhaps ever) that you go someplace that you would recommend without reservation and can't...More
We just go back from our honeymoon at Crocodile Bay. All in country travel and transfers were arranged by the resort. We were well taken care of by all involved. The staff rates a 10 on all levels. The rooms were very big and the...More
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Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Business Centre with Internet Access
Things to do
US$396 - US$672 (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.
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"Rooms are equal. There are four roome to a building surrounding the common area and pool"