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            Wonderful! 4.9/5
            (38 reviews)
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            Recent Xcalak Reviews

            Loved it!

            5 of 5
            We spent a week and a half at the Reef House (W​inter 2016) and just loved it!​ ​ Well appointed, fabulous views, right on the beach, solar powered, super clean. On the latter topic: house cleaned daily by friendly staff, beach front cleaned every morning​ -- even though we rose for sunrise most days, I don't recall ever beating the Reef House crew​ being out front and at work! The new owners, Ben and Ester, are super nice and worked hard to help us with anything we needed: something for the house, use of bikes or kayaks (both available on a share basis if you're staying there), and restaurant recommendations. On the latter, Ben and Ester made many suggestions and really cared that we had a good experience -- when we came back Ben would check in to see how it went so he could give the next people staying ​with him the ​latest ​skinny. A simple thing​, surely, but indicative of how Ben as Ester look after those who stay with them.​ They also had local lobster and shrimp on hand and allowed us to use the grill -- what a couple of dinners we were able to make (yum!), along with cooking multiple species of fish we caught. ​ We spent most of our time fishing, kayaking, exploring up the coast. We snorkeled​, although not at the highlight area out at ​nearby ​reef. We paddled out ​to the reef twice -- its easy, perfect distance -- but it was windy and ​choppy ​enough ​both times we decided to just enjoy the paddle, instead. ​ Friends report amazing snorkeling at the reef. We went many times, just closer in to shore (still great, just not as much coral and associated life).​ Our only caution is just to be open minded and recall that the Xcalak area is far off the beaten path (5-6 hour drive from Cancun) -- and doggone it we assume that's why most people will want to come here​! Town has s​everal small grocer​y stores, but we recommend bringing a big supply from a bigger town and filling in with what​'​s available in ​Xcalak. You won't find t-shirt shops or zip lines or bumper cars or para-sailing or Senior Frogs etc​ in Xcalak​. If that's your gig, have a ball but probably don't come to the Reef House. But if you like doing & discovering things on your own​--though ​Ben is happy to help you​ get fishing​, snorkeling, and scuba diving guides​--we couldn't recommend Ben and Ester's place more highly.​
            • Submitted: Feb 23, 2016
            • Stayed: Feb 2016