Duration: 7 nights
$2,190 to $3,590 per person*
Combine world class fishing with 5-star accommodations as you visit one of Costa Rica’s most popular beaches, Manuel Antonio. This area is home to the Manuel Antonio National Park and the brand new Marina Pez Vela, providing visitors with the perfect mix of beach, rainforest, wildlife, and great fishing. Known as the ‘fishing capital of Costa Rica’, fish for marlin, sailfish, tuna, dorado, snook, snapper, grouper, and roosterfish.
*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.
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Day 1: Fly into San Jose, Costa Rica where you will be met inside the airport and taken right to your waiting private transfer. You’ll head down the Pacific Coast until you reach Manuel Antonio, where you will stay at the luxurious Arenas del Mar. With just 37 rooms, this luxury boutique hotel features a spa, two pools, a great restaurant, and is the only hotel in the area with direct access to two beaches.
Day 2: Head off-shore for a full day of sport fishing! You’ll be picked up at your hotel at 7:10 AM and taken down to the new Marina Pez Vela where you will board your private boat for a day of world class fishing. Just 20 miles from the marina you’ll reach the off-shore fishing grounds that are home to huge numbers of tuna, dorado, sailfish, and marlin year round.
Day 3: Take a guided tour of the Manuel Antonio National Park! This is the most popular national park in Costa Rica and was recently rated by Forbes as one of the world’s 12 most beautiful national parks. Your guide will teach you about the flora and will be able to point out some amazing wildlife including white-faced capuchin monkey, squirrel monkeys, iguanas, two kinds of sloths, snakes, and too many birds & butterflies to mention.
Day 4: Full day of sport fishing! Head back out to sea with your same captain and mate and take your shot at landing that trophy billfish. If you already have that checked off your list try to catch your dinner by landing a dorado, yellow-fin tuna, or the delicious wahoo.
Day 5: Try a half day of inshore fishing along the Central Pacific’s vibrant coast. The rocky coast line and various islands make for the perfect habitat for huge roosterfish, jacks and snapper. If the conditions and tide are right you can also fish in the two nearby river mouths for some great tasting snook.
Day 6: Take a break from the fishing and see what else Costa Rica has to offer. Play Tarzan as you ride the zip-lines over and through the rain forest. Canopy Safari offers 21 platforms, 12 cables, and two Tarzan swings!
Day 7: Enjoy your last day in Costa Rica on your own! Go out shopping for souvenirs or just relax and enjoy one more day of relaxing at the beach and lounging by the pool.
Day 8: Get picked up at the hotel and taken to the Quepos Airstrip just 10 minutes away. Avoid the traffic and 3 hour drive by taking a 25 minute domestic flight back to San Jose and the international airport for your flight home.
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