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This place was a great place to relax.We went there early December so not many people there. Very quiet staff were really nice they talked with us many times The beach was ok the restraunt was really good. We wanted to go into town and...More
The Elysia Beach Resort is very remote and just in its infancy. I’m not giving it a bad review, I only state what you will find. I had a gecko in the bathroom. Once his territory was established we got along fine. Water came and...More
Stayed here as the reviews were good. Turned out no whale sharks which is ok because they are wild animals and can do as they please.
A woman that I though worked at the resort starts talking to me. Turns out she works for Fun...More
We visited the resort on late November 2017. The resort and landscape look exactly the same with picture but what's made me dissociated are;
1. The first room that we got just leaked on us right after stepped into the room.
2. The second room...More
This place I found on Agoda and was a little sceptical but went with it due to high review scores (everywhere !!). The current 3 star rating is far surpassed at a beautiful resort. The rooms are spacious enough with a small en suite. However...More
Response from aoaltamirano | Reviewed this property |
The local tourism office recommends September to April as best months, but just remember, it's nature, and they're not domesticated, so no one can really guarantee if you're going to see one or not. We went last January, but... More
The local tourism office recommends September to April as best months, but just remember, it's nature, and they're not domesticated, so no one can really guarantee if you're going to see one or not. We went last January, but my friends did not see even one for the two days they went diving. My children and I went on a January too 6 years ago and we saw a couple up close. Good luck.