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Pesca Maya Fishing Lodge opened its doors on January 1996 and has quickly become one of the Yucatan's most popular fishing destinations and with good reason. The lodge is located 90 miles south of Cancun in the 1.3 million acre Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve. Situated on a long, narrow strip of barrier beach, the lodge is virtually surrounded by water. There are 11 rooms in 3 buildings, all with A/C and private bathroom with walk-in showers, most with oceanview. Located in a solitary white sand beach, turquoise water and a magnificent coral reef at 90 yards from the beach. Serious fishing, exciting tours, beautiful spots, nice and comfortable accommodations, good food and personal attention is our mission.
The Pesca Maya Fishing guides were referred to us by Dane Emerson, our long-time fishing guide at Crested Butte Anglers. The Pesca Maya arranged a 4 hour fishing excursion for us out of Cancun. From the moment we were picked up at our resort, to...More
We booked our one-day trip through our hotel in Tulum to visit Sian Ka'an. A van picked us up at 6:30am and drove us to the entrance to Sian Ka'an. Drive was about 35 min. Our guide, Daurin, was waiting for us to take us...More
I have just returned from a family holiday in Akumal, Mexico where I arranged a day's break away from the family fishing with Pesca Maya. Ascension bay has been on my bucket list and I always bite at the bit to go after bonefish. I...More
Great fishing despite the wind. The guides gave us the best shots possible under some tough wind conditions. We caught several different species including barracuda. We stayed in the Seclusion house with a terrific view of the water. The staff was wonderful, helping us in...More
My wife and I went fishing in February 2016. We booked a day trip and had a great time! The reserve you fish in is miles and miles of wildlife! Saltwater crocks, birds, endless schools of fish. It's like pictures out of the fly fishing...More
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Some people belive this is the worst road, it is usually graded once every one or two years, so with rain it gets really bad. That is why we do now boat transfer from 3 miles after Tulum, avoiding the other 30 miles full... More
Some people belive this is the worst road, it is usually graded once every one or two years, so with rain it gets really bad. That is why we do now boat transfer from 3 miles after Tulum, avoiding the other 30 miles full of holes.
We do 45 minutes by boat in flat water (most of the time the lagoon side is flat). Please call us for more info