Looking for the Old Mexico with Mayan accents, yearning to get off the beaten path… then Xcalak is for you . In a protected area, this little fishermen’s village highlights many activities and advantages : scuba diving, fly fishing and fishing, snorkelling, bird watching and wildlife trips on land and water.
Facing the “ Great Mayan Reef”, the second largest reef in the world, Casa Caracola is located in a national park
“Parque Nacional Arrecifes de Xcalak”
and is 8km (5 miles) north of Xcalak
The house features large bay windows that open on to its private beach. A few meters (feet) away from the shore, magnificent coral heads harbour many species of fish, shellfish, … (see “Photos”). At the back of the property lies a lake with mangroves, home to many birds and wild animals.