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We spent 1 day at the Costa Cocos. On arrival we were a bit disappointed by the fact that there is no beach as you would find most places along the Maya Riviera.
It's well signposted to find your way to the camp from the...More
2 Thank Francesco_L
Response from Brad F, Public Relations Manager at Costa de CocosResponded 20 December 2012
Thank you Francesco for sharing your comments, suggestions, and wonderful photos. We are very happy to hear you enjoyed snorkeling with us, and our friendly staff made your time with us most enjoyable.
We are located in a region of Mexico know as the Costa...More
I fished five full days in April. Fantastic fishery, excellent guides, wonderfullly attentive service and great homemade food.
The bar is great after a long day on the water. You will chill here without air conditioning. You will leave your creature comfort cares and woes...More
6 Thank TomConnorKatonah
Response from Brad F, Public Relations Manager at Costa de CocosResponded 4 December 2012
Thank you Tom. The aspects you enjoyed most at Costa de Cocos and Xcalak are the very ones that motivated my return.
We boys were determined to find another epic fishing location. Costa de Cocos just might be it. The rooms and grounds are focused on fishing and not luxury. If you don;t mind lack of air conditioning and rustic accommodations this place will do fine.
Response from Brad F, Public Relations Manager at Costa de CocosResponded 27 November 2012
Thank you Caljang for your comments and suggestions. What you say is true, we are a bit rustic, while priding ourselves on our level of service. While primarily a fishing resort, we also take guests snorkeling, scuba diving, on boat tours to see Bird Island...More
Had an absolutely wonderful time. This lodge is rustic, no A/C, so if you're looking for the lap of luxury you'll be happier somewhere else. But if you're looking for an end of the road type place with beauty to spare and really super people,...More
1 Thank Linda M
Response from Brad F, Public Relations Manager at Costa de CocosResponded 30 October 2012
Linda, thank you for your kind comments, they are greatly appreciated. To visit Costa de Cocos is like traveling back in time to what Cancun, Playa del Carmen, and Cozumel must have been like many many years ago. I first visited the nearby town of...More
This place is extremely ¨tired¨although it appears some renovations are in progress. It is strictly for fly fishing or ocean fishing people...the beach per say is un-swimable, only other alternative is off a 50 metre rickety dock...place invested with mosquitos......over priced even for low season...More
1 Thank canmex
Response from Brad F, Public Relations Manager at Costa de CocosResponded 4 October 2012
Thank you for your valuable feedback, it is greatly appreciated. We are continually repairing and updating our facilities. True, we do not have sandy beaches, but a natural shoreline, which serves as a natural fish nursery, and shore bird sanctuary. I've just walked the dock...More
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