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Recent Mahahual reviews

  • Mahahual

    "My husband and I had a wonderful week in Mahahual. Richard's apartment is clean, conveniently located and beautifully furnished. The only drawback is that this bit of paradise is not located close to shopping so, if you plan to cook some of your meals, it would be wise to bring food. There are small groceries to purchase fruit and some basics. Richard and Rosa are great hosts and eager to offer advice and recomendation"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 5, 2015
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  • Secluded, beautiful home

    "Overall we really loved this house and how secluded it was from the tourists of Mexico. Others have commented a lot on how beautiful the beach and house are and we all felt the same way. The house is probably most comfortable with 6 or less (we were 5). It is a beautifully designed building with large open bedrooms and great outdoor spaces. The palapa, hammocks and upstairs deck were our favorite hangout spots. The caretaker, Avila, that lives on the property was sweet and friendly (speaking spanish was a must) and even brought us coconuts to sip on the beach. Susan was very thoughtful and hooked us up with local organic eggs (from KM 5 farm stand discussed in the rental packet). She also also gave good recommendations on where to buy food, which sites to visit and roughly how long it takes to get places which proved useful. Because of the reef, the ocean had almost no chop, was extremely shallow out to 100 ft and would be safe for swimmers of any age. This also means that there was a lot of seaweed that naturally washes up and the water can be murkier in some spots. We had a little problem with the solar batteries but the caretakers and Susan handled the problem so we were never really without power. Mahahual is a cute town with a board walk and is really only busy when the cruise boats are in town. This location is perfect if you want to get out of tourist locations but be prepared for longer drives to site-seeing destinations. We wanted a place to relax for the week (ex: one of us was studying for the bar) and this quiet location was perfect for the seclusion we wanted."
    Guest: Sarah P. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 25, 2015
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  • Sweeter than Sugar

    "My wife, three kids and I stayed at Casa Azucar in July 2014. The house was perfect. We had the beach to ourselves for all four days! This beach was gorgeous. We snorkled, shell hunted and relaxed in the cooling breezes of the Caribbean. Marcia was a great help. She drew a map of town indicating where we could find all of our provisions for some excellent meals. We took an hour drive to Chaccobean to visit this ancient site. We were the only ones there for over two hours, truly magical. I would reccomend this house to anyone looking for a perfect getaway. I just wish I was still there."
    Guest: Trey Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 29, 2014
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  • Excellent Accommodations

    "We all (two couples) enjoyed our stay at Casa Maria very much, with the exception of the sea weed that is plaguing the entire Costa Maya and even in the Gulf. The house is very nicely furnished with all that you will need. If you cook alot the kitchen is well furnished but little in the way of seasonings and condiments so buy what you need in that regard. The charcoal BBQ was kind of difficult to get going but with practice should work fine. If you drive up and down the coastline you can find places to snorkel where the sea weed is not so concentrated. I understand that this is a very unusual year for the abundance of sea weed. We dined at Mayan Gardens and it was okay... kind of stifling as the dining area is set back behind the accommodations which block the sea breeze. Our favorite place to dine in Mahahual was at the very south end of the Malecon at a place called noch-kay (or something similar) which was a very casual place and their shrimp dishes are delicious... we tried them all, and the prices were very reasonable. I was surprised that even when the cruise ships were in, that town was still enjoyable and not overly crowded. The malecon definitely rolls up early, around sixish, so get there early to dine. Claudio lined us up with a fishing trip out of Mahahual that was really fun and fruitful... the fellas each caught 50 lb groupers impressing even the locals. It worked out to about $55 an hour for all four of us with only two fishing at a time. Erik also caught a nice barracuda which apparently are abundant in the area. Sting rays are also abundant in the area so watch when walking in the shallows... I saw several during our stay when snorkeling, one extremely large one. We went to see two of the ruins which were both really nice and the drive inland was beautiful. I think it was Kohunilich and Dzbaniche (or something like that). Claudio was very kind and helpful when needed and he also speaks very good english. All in all, another wonderful trip to the Costa Maya :) Thank you for sharing!!"
    Guest: Maria L. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 15, 2015
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