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The resort taxi driver was unavailable so the driver sent an unknown (to resort) person— the very old pickup truck was broken down and we waited at the side of the road while 4-5 men tried to jump it and get it running (not a...More
We chose this resort based on a recommendation from divers we met in Cayman Brac the year before. We liked the fact that it is a small, secluded resort. Upon arriving at airport, Josh was there to greet us and take us to the resort....More
If you’re a diver and dreamed up of a resort for a diving vacation, this would be your place.
It’s really harming with its own private caye and you actually have to cross by bare to get to the pool, spa, and restaurant and beach....More
Quiet stay 21-28 October. Resort is nice but unfortunately it rained everyday. stayed in a bungalow on the island which was clean with a good bed.. Lacking inside seating for rainy days. Pool nice and the resort heated it for us. The restraint had good...More
Just returned from Roatan where we learned what rainy season means😁
Went on One of our dry days to do a Discover Scuba Dive.
Ron our DiveMaster was so knowledgable and safety conscious as well as friendly and relaxed a true professional.
Ellie and Riley...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Shuttle Bus Service
Refrigerator in room
Things to do
$163 - $470 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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You can do a la carte or else all inclusive in terms of meals (although I don't think it was "all in" including all the alcohol you can drink like the only all inclusive I went to was). However, everyone in the room needs... More
You can do a la carte or else all inclusive in terms of meals (although I don't think it was "all in" including all the alcohol you can drink like the only all inclusive I went to was). However, everyone in the room needs to do the same, and we found the portion sizes quite large, so most nights my husband and I shared an appetizer and a main.
There is a small quiet beach in front of each of the bungalows. If you are staying in the two story building, the beach is on the other side of the channel just like the pool and dining area. You have to take a boat across... More
There is a small quiet beach in front of each of the bungalows. If you are staying in the two story building, the beach is on the other side of the channel just like the pool and dining area. You have to take a boat across but this is easy and always available.