What To Expect



The beauty of sport fishing in Guanacaste is the proximity to the fish; ¡with over a thousand feet of water within reach of the North Coast’s beaches and the continental shelf running parallel to the coastline, in Guanacaste you’ll spend more time fishing than commuting! Just 20 miles south of Peninsula de Papagayo, water depth increases from a few hundred feet to over 2000 feet, giving access to some of the best sport fishing grounds for offshore sport fishing in the planet.
In Guanacaste you’ll find all types of big game fish and tough fighters within arm’s reach: Billfish, Dorado, Sailfish, Blue, Black and Striped Marlin, Yellow Fin and Big Eye Tuna. If that weren’t enough, the more nearby inshore waters abound year-round with Mackerel, Red Snapper, Wahoo, Jack Crevalle, ¡Pacific Cubera and Roosterfish that can reach up to 75 pounds! Fishing in Guanacaste is for sure any angler’s dream.
Half-day trips include coastal fishing for mahi, wahoo, tuna, roosterfish, jacks, snapper and mackarel, with all refreshments, fresh fruit, and snacks included.
¡Full Day trips also include sandwiches that will keep you pulling them in!


• 4 hours half day
• 8 hours full day
• 15 minutes from Peninsula de Papagayo