Costa de Cocos

Address: Xcalak Peninsula, Xcalak, Costa Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Xcalak Peninsula, Xcalak.
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    Travel Blogs from Xcalak

    Week 20: Guatemala & Belize

    A travel blog entry by mitchandsally on Aug 18, 2014

    3 comments, 52 photos

    ... snorkel and spotted a small shark, some huge fish, a moray eel, a green sea turtle and many other species of fish and coral. Our last stop of the day was at Shark Ray Alley. When we arrived one of the crew started throwing fish into the water and soon enough we were surrounded by 10 or so grey nurse sharks (some quite sizeable), sting rays, and a whole heap of fish. This was our opportunity, we were told, so in we got. The sharks were only really interested in the fish ...

    Days 27 - 30 - Belize

    A travel blog entry by charliemclean on Apr 22, 2014

    ... in "the fish's world" and he wouldn't say a word, to use at least. As soon as he entered the water a school of fish about 2 feet long swam straight up to him. Casually as anything he tickled one fish's belly as he swam off towards the reef. But the most amazing part was the stingrays, they were about 1 to 1.5m across. Juni would dive down and rub his fingers in front of a stingray with his arms held out like two ramps up to his shoulders, and amazingly the stingrays would swim straight ...

    Last full day here!

    A travel blog entry by tyenne2 on Feb 27, 2014

    2 photos

    ... for a bit and directed him to the church the we found here. And then we met a man with no legs. He was a Christian man and talked a lot to the kids. Interesting to talk to different people and get some of their story. Everyone has a story! After that we just went to the bakery and the grocery stores for the last few meals that we will need to prepare. Even with the cost of the golf cart rental it ...

    Dive # 2!!

    A travel blog entry by ladyjeanbug on Dec 29, 2013

    ... village. It is extremely quaint and well off the beaten track. No large tour buses come through these parts and the largest hotel we saw probably has 6 rooms. I will definitely stay here next time as it is a good jumping point to some really nice dive spots at Banco Chinchorro and day excursions to San Pedro in Belize. We stopped at Restaurante Silvia for a yummy fish lunch. We headed back to Mahahual as we still needed to check into our new accommodations at the Balamku.



    A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Aug 04, 2013

    44 photos

    ... British, whilst it retained overall sovereignty. This was obviously not going to last! Due to the Spanish insistence of sovereignty, the British crown would not establish any government in the area. Obviously however, with Britain so far away, some form of administration was needed, so the settlers began to elect magistrates to enforce laws; possibly as early as 1638, but certainly by 1765 when Burnaby’s Code was written to codify the laws. The British abandoned their settlements ...