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We're not the typical visitor to Crocodile Bay. We had stayed at an ecolodge before arriving here and were looking for some respite from the heat. We're not that into fishing. After staying in an open air place, teaming with wildlife, this place felt very...More
We spent a week here in February and absolutely loved it. We came away with incredible memories and had a great time but the place is not without its flaws. We had a really nice room on the first floor near the entrance. The bedroom...More
This is primarily a fishing experience. I expected a huge number and variety of fish including sailfish, mahi, marlin, grouper, snapper, rooster. I fished four straight days. The first and only onshore day, I got two small roosters and a small jack crevalle all by...More
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Response from crocodilesmile, General Manager at Crocodile Bay Resort - An All-Inclusive ResortResponded 8 March 2016
Thank you very much for your honest review. It is very uncharacteristic of the area to have such a poor bite especially for so many consecutive days and I sincerely appreciate you acknowledging that all the other employees and departments succeeded in providing a...More
This is a service oriented resort. Most times they had already taken care of things before I thought of it . The food is included and well prepared and the menu had a good variety. I fished - inshore was slow but off shore was...More
The people of Costa Rica are wonderful.
The rooms and common areas are cleaner than most 5 star hotels but the furnishings and accomodations are modest and worn. The fishing captains and mates work their tails off to put you on fish.
The organization of...More
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We went in February experienced the dry season, warm to some people comfortable to me. Our return trip was Oct. 18 2017, everything was lush and green, cool with burst of humidity. October is a slow month there was just 5 of... More
We went in February experienced the dry season, warm to some people comfortable to me. Our return trip was Oct. 18 2017, everything was lush and green, cool with burst of humidity. October is a slow month there was just 5 of us at the resort. The staff treated us like we were family. In my conversation with Ms. Olympia, November is the beginning of the season for them. While we did have some rain it was always in the late afternoon or through the night all clear for the next morning.
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.