Fly Fish Capital

Enjoy the Jewels of the Central Pacific with This Fly Fishing Package.


Rate per person from* $2,888
Number of nights: 7

You’ll combine big game fly fishing off-shore with freshwater fly fishing on a jungle river in the same trip from the same location. Head to Quepos, the fishing capital of Costa Rica, where you will fly fish for sailfish and marlin, along with two days of fly fishing on the Savegre or Naranjo Rivers for machaca, mojarra, roncadores, and snook.

*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 José, Costa Rica, where you will be met inside the airport and taken to your waiting private transfer. We’ll take you straight to Manuel Antonio, one of Costa Rica’s most popular and most scenic destinations. Here you’ll stay in your own private bungalow at the beautiful Tulemar property. This 33-acre private property will provide you with a truly Costa Rican experience by combining luxury, privacy, rainforest, wildlife, and a beautiful beach. Your 645-square foot bungalow will come fully furnished with two queen beds, A/C, kitchenette, and international cable TV.

Day 2—You will be picked up early in the morning for your first day of sportfishing! You’ll go to the brand new Marina Pez Vela where you will board your private sportfishing boat for a day of big game hunting with your fly rod. Blue, black, and striped marlin, as well as big Pacific sailfish, can be found 20 to 30 miles off-shore. Quepos hosts an annual fly fishing tournament every year, so you can rest assured that our experienced crews will make sure you get your chances – but landing a trophy billfish on the fly is up to you!

Day 3—Head out fly fishing on the Savegre River to try your hand at smaller game. You and your guide will float down the mountain-fed river in a customized three-man raft as you cast towards the shoreline or behind structures for machaca, rainbow bass, roncadores, and snook. Justin hails from Colorado and has been fly fishing his entire life, so you couldn’t have a better guide on this trip.

Day 4—Take this day off to relax and rest your arms – you’ve deserved it! You can explore the Manuel Antonio National Park on your own or just relax at the private beach on the Tulemar property. The private beach offers complimentary kayaks, boogie boards, and, of course, beach chairs if you are feeling lazy.

Day 5—Head back out on the Savegre River or Naranjo River for more freshwater fly fishing! If you find a spot you like, you can even beach the raft and cast from shore or wade out into the river.

Day 6—Get back out on the Pacific Ocean for one more day of deep sea fly fishing. If you weren’t able to land a marlin or sail on your first day, this is your last chance! Our captains will put you on the fish, and our mates will tease them close to the boat so you can cast your fly to a 100 to 500-pound agitated fish!

Day 7—Finish your vacation with Costa Rica’s other top tour – the canopy zip line. You’ll ride 14 cables over and through the rainforest, and, if you are up for it, finish the tour on the adrenaline-filled Tarzan swing.

Day 8—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 José.


This package includes these hotels:

  • Tulemar Bungalows

    Tulemar Bungalows

    Tulemar Bungalows are a great value for a rustic hotel with direct beach access. Set in the resplendent Tulemar gardens, they are perfect for large families and groups.

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This package includes these tours:

  • Sportsfishing in Manuel Antonio

    Manuel Antonio, often referred to as the 'fishing capital' of Costa Rica, is the launch point for some of the best fishing in the world.

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  • Fresh Water Fishing

    Fish the lowland rivers of Costa Rica for a wide variety of species including snook, machaca, and roncador.

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  • Safari Canopy

    Travel across the forest suspended by cables. While you feel the adrenaline rush, try to make sure to be on the lookout for exotic animals like titi monkeys, poison dart frogs, and toucans!

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