Casa Blanca Lodge
Formerly a lodging facility for cocoa plantation workers, the remodeled Casa Blanca offers eleven spacious, seaside rooms with air conditioning, tile floors, spacious baths, and mahogany shutters. The Lodge also boasts a 100-yard long concrete pier, where you can fish for cruising tarpon and permit at night under the lights. Some of the best fishing happens right off the pier with a cold drink or cooler of beer in hand!
Food and Beverages
The nightly menu at Casa Blanca includes chicken, steak, conch, lobster, and fresh fish. The house specialty is fresh Caribbean seafood. The lodge typically does a night where they feature the local Mayan cuisine of the southern Yucatan. All meals are served by professional staff in the Lodge’s waterfront dining room, at beautifully-set tables.
Typical Length of Stay
Due in part to the weekly private air charter, the structured packages are seven (7) nights / six (6) fishing days or five (5) nights / four (4) fishing days. Please call Yellow Dog for details.
Non-Angling Activities and Options
The entire setting at Casa Blanca is the perfect antidote to civilization. Explore the Mayan ruins located on the southern end of the island, beach comb, kayak secluded lagoons, snorkel, watch turtles nest on the beach; or just relax by the beach in a hammock, tropical drink in hand. Snorkeling tours can also be arranged. The lodge itself is in the center of one of the world’s largest protected wild areas, the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve. This pristine World Heritage Site covers over 1.5 million acres and contains 22 registered archaeological sites, two just down the beach from Casa Blanca.
Internet / Communications
Wi-Fi is available for guests via your own device. Cell phone service is not available. Satellite phone available for emergencies.