Paradise Lodge is a comfortable saltwater fly fishing lodge situated on a beautiful Caribbean beach, in the southern most part of the Mexican Yucatan Peninsula. It sits just north of the Belizean border, offering anglers access to a remote saltwater wilderness in excess of 1 million acres. Located in a most distant and out of the way part of Coastal Mexico, far from the metropolis of Cancun, Paradise Lodge is tailor-made for small groups of anglers in search of tarpon, snook, permit and bonefish. With the most diverse fishing program in the Caribbean, anglers at Paradise can select from four distinctly different fisheries that include a dozen or more inland tarpon and snook lagoons, the mysterious and still largely unexplored Espiritu Santo Bay, Chetumal Bay to the south for bones and permit and when it is calm, the ocean shallows in front of the lodge have produced huge tarpon, large permit, jacks, and larger than average bonefish.
The lodge, nestled on a remote white sandy beach overlooking the Caribbean and the second largest barrier reef in the world, was built with anglers in mind. Limited to six anglers at one time, the eye-pleasing accommodations were designed to take full advantage of the cool ocean breezes, with large picture windows facing the sea. Each double occupancy room is tastefully decorated and features its own private tiled bathroom. Food at Paradise Lodge is in a class all its own and combines traditional local cuisine with delicious international influences. The open bar is always stocked with cold Cervesas and the lodge makes the best margaritas on the peninsula.