It's my paradise spot near Puerto. I return every time to "escape": for a few days...accomodation very cheap, food very delicious, place very magical!
To far, surf is not extraordinary, only dirty accomdations, too many moskitos (denguee problems), unsafe. I would not recomend it.
my first time in Chacagua was in '92 when the bar was close now is open so the lagoon goes into the bay. i crashed again with el General (Hector) all have funny nick names in town...you can do some volunteer work with el General and stay for free,..you will learn how they live very simple & happy. grab a... More
You have to camp next to the beach, Facilities and ambiance is really rustic if you do not have trouble with that you[ll be fine. People is honest, kind and compromised with your stay. Tichinda tamales are the best (river clamshell) only 5 pesos, unbelievable. Lot of youth. Probably we were the oldest. Night is for young people, but during... More
Myself and a few guys from P.E. went for a day and nite there to see something different and we have heard about the beauty of the area. If your leaving for the day leave early because it takes a couple of different steps to get there if your going by public transportation and not driving on your own. Had... More
My husband and another 2 couples spent a wonderful week-end in Chacahua at the end of May 2010. To get there we hired a van from the airport ($600 pesos) to Zapotalito and got a private boat ($600 pesos) to Chacahua from there. The boat tour took approximately 1h through beautiful sites of mangroves and birds and our guide told... More
beautiful tiny place with few inhabitants... surf was not great in December, but a great place to get away from EVERYTHING Leave yourself plenty of time to get there, don't drive the backroads - military hang out on the (very) bumpy dirt samblance of a road. Take the boat in if you can help it, its cheap, safer and an... More
chacaqua, what a great place. Pretty beaches great surfing good food. the birds love why should'nt you?
So many of the beautiful bays have been developed by major chains or even small developers. I was so pleased to see the Chacagua Bay to be more or less undeveloped. I was able to see "Fisher Eagles" Ospreys, and endangered Wood Storks at a velocity that was too hot for the birdwatchers, but amazing anyway. And then to laze... More
Its a nice place to stay, there's a good looking around, and also the place is unhabited (just the people of the place) , so thats the cool thing, that if you enjoy places where the only thing that you want its to stay calmed, relaxed, and thinking or reading or everything that could be done in silence and tranquility,... More
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