Tour operators, a few of the larger gift shops, and the restaurants in hotels do. Bring cash, and especially small bills. The pupuseria most likely can't make c...
Mopelia markets itself as the quiet place in El Tunco. This is great if your party days are behind you and you're content sitting in a hammock.
The grounds are...
While being a beach bum in El Tunco is always a great idea, you should go out and see what else ES has to offer. For that, do this tour.
Our guide was Marbel ...
I just returned yesterday as well. If I didn't see it in the news, I wouldn't have known.
It looks like uber is half the price of getting a shuttle to El Tunco. Does the Wi-Fi work in the arrivals area where you would hail a car?
Still no luck. Thank you both for the help though
Does anyone know if they are still in business? I can't get them to respond to an email or a Facebook message.
Incredible food at a cheap price. Yeah, there's no ambience, so take your food to a dock or something.
Solid fried conch and fried lobster. Amazing pasta sala...
Went by and it was open. It's ok. Aba Isieni puts it to shame
It's my last night in SP and I haven't been. TA says they closed at 3,Google says they're open until 9:30 tonight, and they haven't posted anything on FB in two...
CBSA requires data before departure. https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/security-securite/api_ipv-eng.html
The ferry isn't smooth sailing. It's moving fast over choppy waters.
Since it appears that the north half of CC is largely void of development, I was wondering if it's possible to take the ferry to Koko king and walk around that ...
There aren't really large tours. They should be about 6-8 people. You can always fork over money for a private tour.
Their Facebook page says they close at 5pm. My flight comes in at 4:35. Is this their firm close time?
You can get an Airbnb in Caye Caulker for $30-$40 night. Nothing fancy, but you'll have your own bathroom and kitchenette.
Have you traveled to any "high alert" countries recently?
If you go into Guatemala, your days will reset upon return.
Local rum is cheaper in local stores. Imported alcohol is cheaper at the duty free.
You don't need to find it. It finds you.