This campsite is right at the lake edge with a boardwalk out onto the water. But you don't have to camp.
There is a palapa hut here with 7 beds, each screened with mosquito netting. Above it is a private double bedroom.
The kitchen is shared and equipped with the basics, a small fridge, a stove, table and chairs.
Sheets, blankets and a pillow are provided - bring your towel!
Lockers available, bring a lock or hire one here.
A bed in the hut cost us 140 pesos each.
The restroom is "walled" with palm fronds - really cool!
The bathroom is a walled-off tree with a water heater.
It's rustic, but very clean, right on the lake and very peaceful.
This is a nice and clean Hotel. It has a swimming pool, bar and restaurant (Shrips are the main dish). Rooms are big and have a balcony with view.
Interesting garden area with swings and other surprises. Nice to hang arround.
Everything was unbelievable, the lake the people, the staff, the ammenities, the room were incredibly clean (not the case everywhere in Bacalar). Overall the experience was amazing a once in a lifetiem thing I have repeated for the past 3 years; once you see the lake, meet the people and stay...you'll never want to leave (or @ least you'll try to come back as soon as possible as many times as possible.) It's affordable and yet it seems you get more than you're paying for.
Views of Lake Bacalar...snorkeling, boating, bi-lingual accomadation.
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