This high-end sportfishing resort features a fleet of top-notch boats, quality gear and excellent captains. Set on a large piece of land on the outskirts of town, this sprawling resort has its own 750-foot pier jutting out into the Golfo Dulce. Rooms are fishy fun, too, with carved wooden marlin, tuna, and wahoo adorning doors and cabinets. Food is good, service is attentive, and in addition to fishing, a wide range of adventure tours is also offered. There’s also a well-equipped spa. Rooms are air-conditioned but a bit dated, with glass doors that tend to rattle when neighbors walk around. This place gets bustling early as anglers head out, so it’s not a great place to sleep in, but there’s a convivial scene in the bar later on as they return to swap tales. Crocodile Bay is building a state-of-the-art marina (over the opposition of many locals) and a Curio Collection by Hilton hotel is set to open in 2018.