Osa – The Final Frontier

Home to Over 40 IGFA records Osa is the Place if want to experience raw nature.

Experience fishing in Costa Rica’s final frontier, the Osa Peninsula. Located in the southwest corner of country and only reachable by boat or plane, this is untouched Costa Rica at it’s finest. These waters are full of abundant marine life and are home to over 40 IGFA records. If you don’t want to see other boats out on the water while you fish and want to experience raw nature, this one is for you.


*Prices reflect our best approximation of low and high season rates and are subject to change at any time. You will receive a 100% accurate price when you inquire with us. The rates listed here, are per person, double occupancy accommodation and include taxes, domestic transport, tours and hotels as described, unless otherwise indicated. Price does NOT include international airfare or optional travel insurance or any other services not expressly mentioned.

Day 1: Arrive into San Jose, Costa Rica (SJO) where you will be met and taken to your waiting private transfer. Spend your first night in Costa Rica’s capital city where you will stay at the beautiful Bougainvillea Hotel. Located just in the hills outside of downtown San Jose, you will be surrounded by coffee fields and have amazing vistas upon your arrival to Costa Rica.

Day 2: Take a quick 50 minute domestic flight from San Jose down to Drake Bay in the gorgeous Osa Peninsula. There are no roads here so once you land you’ll jump in a panga boat and take a short ride to your hotel, the Aguila de Osa. The hotel has just 13 rooms total and is the premier eco-luxury lodge in Drake Bay. Each room comes with ceilings fans, mini-fridge, and private bathroom with hot water shower. Your stay here includes all of your meals and two guided tours – one to the Corcovado National Park and the other out to Cano Island for snorkeling and relaxing on the beach.

Day 3: Take a tour of the amazing Corcovado National Park, referred to by National Geographic as “the most biologically intense place on Earth!” This is Costa Rica’s most prized national park and is home to over 400 of species of birds, 140 different mammals including pumas, jaguars, sloths and all four monkeys found in Costa Rica, 116 amphibians and reptiles, and finally over 500 different trees. Your expert guide will point out wildlife in the rain forest before taking you to the San Pedrillo Waterfall where you can take a refreshing swim.

Day 4: Fishing day! Head out on the 31′ Palm Beach Express named the Albatros. Your captain, Willie, is local to the area and has been fishing at the Aguila de Osa for over 15 years so he knows the waters as well as anyone. The cobalt blue waters are home to huge numbers of sailfish, large schools of yellow-fin tuna, and of course marlin. Several world records have been set within a short run from the resort so you never quite know what an off-shore day will bring you.

Day 5: Head out to the beautiful Caño Island for a day of snorkeling and relaxing on a beach few tourists ever lay eyes on. Located twelve miles off the coast, Caño Island is not only a national park and marine reserve but also one of Costa Rica’s largest islands. Its clear waters and abundant marine life make it perhaps the best snorkeling location in Costa Rica as you can see hundreds of species of fish, turtles, octopus, rays, eels, and white tip sharks. When you get tired from snorkeling enjoy a fresh made lunch on the beach near the ranger station.

Day 6: Fishing day! Head back off-shore for more sailfish & marlin or try to catch a dorado or yellow-fin tuna to bring back to the hotel for dinner.

Day 7: Fishing day! On your last day try a half day of inshore and bottom fishing for groupersnapper, jacks, and the famous roosterfish.

Day 8: Take a 50 minute flight back to San Jose and board your international flight home!


This package includes these hotels:

  • Hotel Bougainvillea

    Hotel Bougainvillea

    Hotel Bougainvillea is located just ten minutes away from San Jose and is the perfect location to experience Costa Rica without distancing yourself from the city. Each guest room has furniture made from local hardwoods and provide views to the...

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  • Aguila de Osa

    Aguila de Osa

    An oasis of luxury amid vivacious, pristine nature, Aguila de Osa Inn is set in a rain forest and marine frontier on Drake Bay in the secluded Osa Peninsula, offering the finest fishing, hiking, diving and dining in the area. Guests arrive by...

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No additional tours besides fishing.


Ideal for catching:

  • Yellowfin Tuna

    One of the strongest fish in the sea, once hooked you’ll see why people refer to tuna as a ‘ball of muscle’. Not known for its jumping ability, the hard and constant runs will test anybody’s strength and will power. The fight may very... « Read more about Yellowfin Tuna »
  • Dorado

    This colorful and acrobatic fish is a favorite game fish all over the world. While small dorados can be found in-shore around islands pinnacles, the big, hard-fighting bulls are found off-shore. Once hooked, high leaps and lengthy tail walks are... « Read more about Dorado »
  • Snapper

    Snapper are found in the Pacific Ocean from Southern California to Peru and in tropical and temperate waters in the Atlantic Ocean. The number of different snapper species numbers well into the double digits, but the ones we are most concerned... « Read more about Snapper »
  • Roosterfish

    The target and prize of most serious in-shore fisherman, the roosterfish is one of Costa Rica’s most sought after species. Once hooked, this brazen and macho fish will try, and actually might be able, to out muscle you. « Read more about Roosterfish »
  • Marlin

    The largest and most sought after game-fish. Those lucky enough to fight and land one of these monsters will have a fisherman’s tale worth listening to. Known for its strength and acrobatic jumps, a marlin fight can last for hours. « Read more about Marlin »
  • Sailfish

    An extremely acrobatic and fast fish, the sailfish is a staple of sport fishing in Costa Rica. Once hooked, a sailfish will spend half of the fight out of the water twisting and turning as you try to maintain tension on the line. Found in huge... « Read more about Sailfish »

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