Xcalak is a village of 375 inhabitants in the municipality of Othón P. Blanco, Quintana Roo, on the Caribbean coast of Mexico. Xcalak is one of the last unspoiled stretches of Mexican Caribbean located on the Southern end of the Costa Maya. The world’s second largest barrier reef passes just off-shore from Xcalak and it is also a departure point for dive trips to the Chinchorro Banks atoll reef system. It is designated a Mexican national reef park and is an excellent site for snorkeling, scuba diving and fly fishing. It is 37 miles South of Mahahual, the site of a new large cruise ship pier, and just north of the border with Belize. – Wiki
The Acocote Eco Inn Experience
Walk out your door onto the beach and start hunting for permit. We have permit and bonefish flats within easy walking distance and lagoons with baby tarpon just out back. Our local independent guides can take you to the world class flats of Chetumal Bay. DIY or guided, stay with us for your saltwater fly fishing adventure.