Fishing Highlights of Costa Rica!
From Lakes to the Ocean Enjoy the Best Fishing in Costa Rica.
This package showcases all the main highlights of a vacation in Costa Rica: volcanoes, thermal hot springs, rain forests, amazing wildlife, beautiful beaches, and of course world class sport fishing.Split your time between the Arenal Volcano and the Pacific Coast so you can see all that this beautiful country has to offer
The first hotel in this package is the Arenal Nayara. Voted one of the most romantic hotels in the world and complete with lush landscaped gardens, jacuzzi’s dotted around the grounds and stunning rooms decorated with local fabrics and art, Arenal Nayara is a perfect base for your adventures around the Arenal volcano and La Fortuna area.
There are a huge number of tours you can do around La Fortuna, from jungle hikes to white water rafting. Lake Arenal sits in the shadow of the volcano and here you can enjoy kayak fishing for bass and tilapia.
From Arenal we take you to the coast and the famous resort of Manuel Antonio. From here you can enjoy some of the best offshore fishing in the world. The blue waters are home to marlin, sailfish, dorado, roosterfish, tuna and more. Cast your lines and good luck!
*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—Fly into San Jose, Costa Rica where you will be met inside the airport and taken right to your waiting private transfer. We’ll take you three hours north to see Costa Rica’s biggest and most popular volcano, Arenal. Here you’ll stay at the amazing Arenal Nayara Hotel where you’ll have unbelievable volcano views right from your room and private jacuzzi on the deck. Rated the #1 hotel in Arenal, you can be sure this will be a welcome site to come back to after your day tours.
Day 2—You will be picked early in the afternoon for the first part of your combo tour – the popular Hanging Bridges. Suspended along the canopy of the rain forest, the bridges cover more than 3,100 meters during this 3K hike. This will give you a up close and personal view of the incredible flora & fauna in Costa Rica as well as having the opportunity to see birds, butterfly, and even sloths. You’ll end your day with a buffet dinner and a few hours to soak in the world famous Tabacon Hot Springs. Heated by the magma in the Earth’s core, these natural springs range from 77-103 F.
Day 3—This will be another tour day for you, and you can tell us what sounds most interesting to you when you contact us. Arenal is referred to as the “Adventure Sports Capital of Central America”, so there is no shortage of things to do. Choose between ATVs, white water rafting, horse back riding, waterfall rappelling, a national park & river float tour, or the famous canopy zip-line tour.
Day 4—Late in the morning we’ll pick you up and take you from the Arenal Volcano in the north central part of Costa Rica down to the Central Pacific Coast and Manuel Antonio. This is one of the most popular and most gorgeous areas in the country with it’s national park, lush rain tropical rain forest, and beautiful beaches. Here you’ll stay at the stunning La Mansion Inn. This is one of the few adults only hotels in Costa Rica and with just 26 rooms total it’s sure to give you the peace & relaxation you are after. Enjoy their top rated restaurant, pool with waterfall and swim up bar, and amazing views of the Pacific Ocean and Manuel Antonio National Park. This day is yours to relax and enjoy the afternoon at the hotel.
Day 5—Time to go fishing! You’ll head out on your 32′ sport fisher for an unforgettable day on our cobalt blue waters. Manuel Antonio has always been the main fishing destination in Costa Rica as the off-shore fishing can be found within 25 miles from their brand new marina. You’ll spend this day chasing trophy billfish like striped, blue, and black marlin along with our giant Pacific sailfish.
Day 6—Now it’s time to see what the in-shore fishing brings you. Troll near the rocky islands or above the reefs with live bait for jacks, barracuda, grouper, snapper, and our famous roosterfish or go into the river mouths and try to land a giant snook for dinner!
Day 7—Relax and enjoy the beach or check out the stunning Manuel Antonio National Park. Inside you’ll be sure to see white faced Capuchin monkeys, iguanas, sloths, and of course the three beautiful beaches.
Day 8—This will be your third and final day of fishing, so lets make it a good one! Head back off-shore for one last day of deep sea fishing for billfish, dorado, wahoo, and yellow-fin tuna.
Day 9—We will pick you up and take you to the Quepos Airstrip so you can board your domestic flight for a 25 minute flight back to San Jose.
This package includes these hotels:
The best hotel for Romance, Arenal Nayara hotel is an ideal choice for couples who seek luxury and sophistication.« View Hotel »
Focusing on eco-luxury, privacy, and first-class service, this luxury inn features an incredible view of the Manuel Antonio coastline all within one of the most ecologically diverse areas of Costa Rica.« View Hotel »
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