Remote Beach Trip
|The Tropicante is Costa Maya’s premier oceanfront
restauarant/beach break. A favorite for cruise ship
passengers, where guests can relax on the beautiful white
sand beaches and enjoy our traditional Mexican and
American favorites, ice cold Mexican beers, tropical fruit
drinks and fusion dishes like Costa Maya Jambalaya,
fajita steak sandwich or shrimp and pineapple pan fried
pizza. Snorkel boats, beach massage, wave-runners,
fishing and diving can all be arranged the day you arrive
at the best rates found anywhere in Costa Maya. Guests
can reserve seating ahead, loungers and beach shade
tables, a service that is complimentary for our guests, as is
wifi and phone calls to the US. And the best part is, you
can do all this from the very best beach in the Western
Caribbean, the downtown Mahahual beach.
Once the taxi drops you at the
Tropicante’s door step, sit back, relax
and prepared to be pampered. Your
waiter/concierge will start you a tab,
bring your food and beverage right to
your water front lounger or shade
table, and arrange any activities you
might want to try while you are a
guest at the Tropicante. No need to
worry about translations and money
conversions. Your bilingual waiter
will give you any cost in US dollars
for activities you might want to do
and arrange that for you, so there are
never communication problems or
surprises at the end of the day. Their
job is to make sure you get what you
need throughout the day, your job is
to have fun!
|Reserve ahead by email, and have
your seats waiting when you arrive.
We’ll give you easy instructions on
how to take a $2 per person, 4-5
minute cab ride that will drop you
right at our doors so you can spend
less time dodging aggressive vendors
and more time relaxing on our
beautiful Caribbean beaches.
** No deposits are required, however
reservations are held for only two
hours after your ships arrival time.
|Have Questions or Want To Reserve A Table?
Email Steve @
|Do Beach Vendors Bother You? Us too!
Just Say No Gracias!
We understand that constantly being bothered
by pesky vendors is not most tourist's idea of a
day in paradise. Vendors strolling into
businesses along the beach in Costa Maya is
illegal but enforcement is difficult. Businesses
that encourage their clients not to buy from
strolling vendors become the businesses that get
the fewest vendors. Help us send the message
by not buying from illegal vendors. A smile and
a simple "no gracias" is all it takes.
|Sorry, still no credit cards.
Cash only and all priced in US dollars.