Hosted Trip to Xcalak, Mexico with Duranglers
Dates: October 1st – 8th and December 3rd – 10th. (6 days 7 nights each)
We are heading to Xcalak, Mexico for the week! Xcalak is a quiet fishing town on the southern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Your journey begins by flying to Cancun, where you will be whisked away from the urban hustle and bustle to the much more relaxed pace in real Mexico. Bonefish, permit, tarpon, snook, and barracuda await your fly. Experience the fishing, the culture, and the food with Acocote Eco Inn and Duranglers!
We wrestled with what to call this trip. It is not a do-it-yourself, and you are not moving to a fancy lodge and never seeing the local flair. We will be staying at a neat, little off-the-grid eco inn, The Acocote Eco Inn. The quaint little place runs off of solar power, and the water is collected from the rain. We will be the only ones at the property (aside from the owners, Rob and Leisa). Some meals will be served on-site in a classic palapa. Others will feature us heading to some of the local restaurants to experience the local culture and the local cuisine. We meet the guides each morning and head out to chase bonefish and permit on white sand flats, as well as, tarpon in the hidden lagoons. Everything else just falls into place.