Sportfishing in Peninsula Papagayo
Jun25

Sportfishing in Peninsula Papagayo

Sportfishing in Peninsula Papagayo Peninsula Papagayo is picturesque beach town nestled in the northwest province of Guanacaste, in Costa Rica along the north Pacific Coast. The peninsula was originated from a volcanic activity and now extends into the Gulf of Papagayo. Papagayo is famous for its glittering white sand beaches, exuberant rain forests, and breathtakingly beautiful scenery. It is a perfect place for retreats and hideaways. Its secluded destination, tropical greenery and many luxurious accommodations, including the well known Four Seasons Resort, lures and enchants people from all over the world. Various celebrities like Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Pink and Anne Hathaway have also visited the peninsula. Unlike many other places, Papagayo has remained unspoiled and pristine. It is a tourist town, but not overdeveloped and crowded. Papagayo has over 400 species of animals and birds; some of them include howler monkeys, spider monkeys, squirrel monkeys, sloths, iguanas, and hundreds of brilliantly painted tropical birds. Marine wildlife is just as intense. Tourists, particularly nature and sportfishing enthusiasts, love the uniqueness and abundance of so many wild creatures. It is no surprise that Papagayo is increasingly becoming a popular tourist destination. Due to high rates of tourism, many luxury hotels and resorts have been established among the luscious jungles of the town. Besides Four Seasons Resort, there are various lavish vacation houses, villas, condos, and not to mention the first class luxury marina, Marina Papagayo! Peninsula Papagayo offers a wide range of sport opportunities and outdoorsy adventures. Some of the most popular activities are sportfishing, deep sea fishing, boat cursing, scuba diving, surfing, snorkeling, windsurfing, white water rafting, horseback riding, forest canopy tours, hiking, ocean kayaking, and much more! Moreover, there are some national parks, local villages, and interesting historic spots close by the town. Recently, several golf courses have been opened to the delight of many people. On your tropical vacation in Peninsula Papagayo, immerse yourself in the glorious natural wonders and have a relaxing respite. Sportfishing and Other Water Sports in Papagayo Peninsula Costa Rica is considered to be one of the world’s best locations for sportfishing. On the north western coast, clear blue waters of Peninsula Papagayo and gulf of Papagayo proved to have highly productive fishing platforms and fisheries.This is why it is no wonder Papagayo is said to be the most important and diverse fishing spots in Guanacaste. Deep sea fishing, sportfishing, catch and release, fly fishing, and many more types are daily practiced in Papagayo. There are numerous operators that organize fishing charters in Papagayo. Some of them even arrange an exclusive cruise and boat sailing on the guests’ demands. Rich and flourishing with fish species, the waters surrounding the beach town is famous for amazing inshore and onshore species like...

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Sportfishing in Tamarindo
Jun25

Sportfishing in Tamarindo

Tamarindo Tamarindo is a small beach town located in Guanacaste Province on Nicoya Peninsula on the Northern Pacific coast of Costa Rica. The town is a popular tourist destination. Its main pursuits are surfing, sportfishing and eco tours. Although Tamarindo has a small population of only 3,525 people, the number increases during holidays and tourist season. For convenience, the community has all sorts of facilities like banks, grocery stores, pharmacies, clinics, internet cafes, budget based accommodations and restaurants. Why visit Tamarindo.. The town features white sand beaches, superb surfs, diverse wildlife and scenic jungles. Playa Tamarindo is a long beach renowned for its excellent surfs, estuaries, strong tides and waves rising up to 12 feet. The beach offers two perfect breaks for experienced surfers Pico Pequeno and El Estero. Rests of the surfs are awesome for newbies. Playa Grande is another beach famous for having one of the largest populations of leather-back turtles in Costa Rica. From November to April, numerous turtles make their way to the beach to lay their eggs. The town is known to be eco friendly which is why the town is absolutely clean and flourishing with wildlife. Tamarindo is a part of a large coast with beaches, surfs, salt water estuaries, and encircled by Las Baulas National Park! The town is easily accessed through an aircraft or a bus service. At Tamarindo, travelers are offered a unique fusion of water adventures, nature tours involving wildlife, scuba diving, snorkeling, body surfing, zip-lining, estuary trips, horseback riding and sportfishing. Sportfishing in Tamarindo Tamarindo is probably the best area for catching blue marlins. Season reports have shown a high number of blue marlins being caught in the ocean surrounding Tamarindo. Playa Tamarindo is on the northwestern Pacific coast of Guanacaste. Its location is easily accessible and offers a wide range of activities. There are numerous fabulous fishing grounds in Costa Rica and Tamarindo is one of them. First class offshore sportfishing can be carried out just few minutes off the coast for amazing fish species like blue, black and striped marlins, yellowfin tuna, mahi mahi, dorado, sailfish and the list goes on. Inshore fishing for a large roosterfish, snook, red snappers and wahoo is also productive. Inshore fishing is best practiced during the months of December and April when the water is clear. There are numerous authorized sportfishing charters in Tamarindo such as Pedro’s Fishing Tours, Tamarindo Sportfishing Charters, Kingpin Sportfishing, Osprey Sport Fishing, Rhino Charger Sportfishing to name a few. Many of these charters offer accommodations, round trip transportation, and fantastic deals. Travelers can go on a full day, three quarter day or half day charters...

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Sportfishing in Playa Flamingo
Jun25

Sportfishing in Playa Flamingo

Sportfishing in Playa Flamingo Playa Flamingo is one of the most beautiful beaches of Costa Rica. It is located in Guanacaste Province of the Nicoya Peninsula. A covey of unspoiled sun kissed beaches, crystal clear shores, and a scenic gathering of mountainous jungles on the backdrop make Flamingo an ideal place for vacations and retreats. The beach proffers an array of sport and leisure activities, plenty of accommodations ranging from luxury villas to budget friendly lodging, restaurants, sodas and an upbeat nightlife. It is sandwiched between the two beaches, Playa Potrero and Playa Brasilito and is also the only full service marina between Acapulco and Panama on the Central Pacific coast. There is no doubt that the gorgeous beach town, Flamingo, is perfect for all kinds of vacations. Playa Flamingo – Sportfishing and Much More! For deep sea and sport fishing, the water circling Playa Flamingo is considered to be the best. Species like blue, black and striped marlins, mahi mahi, different kinds of tuna, sail fish, swordfish, roosterfish, snappers, dorado, wahoo and numerous more are found in abundance offshore and inshore all year round. Moreover, an international sailfish tournament supported by Costa Rican Amateur Fishermen’s Club is held every year in July! In Costa Rica, there are hundreds of sportfishing charters and most of them arrange tours to Flamingo for a great fishing experience. Guests can combine their recreational fishing trips with whale watching and sailing tours. How else can one spend a calming day floating on the ocean? Other Water Activities.. Kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving, surfing and sailing are few of the many aquatic sports possible in Flamingo. Whether you are new to it or a professional, diving and snorkeling in Costa Rican tropical waters are simply awesome. Water is very clear and alight which makes the underwater experience quite picturesque. Surfing, paddle boarding and sea kayaking are other kinds of fabulous adventures and are highly recommended! Playa Flamingo – A Dream Vacation Playa Flamingo is nearby some of the popular attractions such as Santa Rosa National Park, Rincon de la Vieja National Park, and Marino Las Baulas National Park. Other renowned towns like Arenal, Tamarindo, Monteverde, Liberia, Quepos and Manuel Antonio are a short drive away. There are various options for dining and entertainment in the district. After a day packed with fun activities, have a delicious meal and relax with a chilled drink on an oceanfront restaurant. The diners and sodas have a vast menu. From fresh Tico seafood to an Italian pizza and grilled burgers, guests will find many cuisines to their liking. Some of the recommended restaurants and bars are Coco Loco Beach...

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Activities in Samara

Activities in Samara Samara is a tropical beach town located along the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica in Guanacaste Province by the Nicoya Peninsula. For many years it has been a popular destination for summertime holidays among both locals and tourists. Samara is very small with a population of only 1500 residents. Although it has a genuine Costa Rican ambiance, the locals belong to multiple ethnic groups including Americans, Canadians, Germans and Italians. Holiday in Samara Long before the city became popular internationally, Samara was a favorite ‘weekend’ spot among the locals. Many people own holiday homes in the town. Samara may be small but its natural beauty makes up for it. Additionally, its neighboring town, Carrillo, is just as beautiful and many tourists like to go there as well. Samara and its beach can be easily accessed by the three major international airports of Costa Rica. The city has a relaxing, laid back environment which helps to make foreigners feel at home. There are various facilities available in Samara such as supermarkets, hotels, lodges, hostels, bars, restaurants, banks, and clinics. In day time the city gives off a lazy and calming vibe which immediately changes into something more festive after the sunset. Travelers will find many fabulous night clubs and discos in the village. The fusion of long range of fine white sand beaches, spectacular greenery, azure ocean and numerous leisure and sport opportunities make Samara an absolutely great holiday point. Transportation service has rapidly developed in the last few years. People can take flights to Samara from airports in Liberia and San Jose. Public bus service is also available. Explore the Pacific in Samara Sportfishing, snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing and bird watching are the most favorite activities in Samara. Located about a mile away, Tico hamlet of Matapalo is the best snorkeling point found in Samara. The water clarity, depth and underwater wildlife are ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving. Explore the marine wonders of the Pacific and observe a plethora of creatures like whales, white reef sharks, morrish idol, barber fish, jurel, pargo, loro, morena, leatherback sea turtle, barracudas, manta rays, dolphins, eels, star fish, sea horses and lots of quaint rock formations and coral reef. There are many PADI associated diving center in Samara and they assure you a unique and excellent diving experience. Sport fishing is a recreational sport played for pure pleasure. Get your tackle and gear ready, grab some bait and set out on to the fishing expedition. Like many other beach towns in Costa Rica, Samara is a heaven for fishing enthusiasts offering the best blue water game fish. Have a...

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Playas del Coco in Costa Rica

Playas del Coco Playas del Coco is a white sand beach amidst the rocky headlands. It is one of the oldest beaches in Guanacaste Province of the Nicoya Peninsula in Costa Rica. Recently, it has become a holiday hotspot among the foreigners and locals alike.The beach is about 35 kilometers west of Liberia, the capital of Guanacaste, which makes it easily accessible. Along with its beautiful sightseeing areas, Playas del Coco has an outstanding biological diversity and many sports options. Among travelers, snorkeling, scuba diving, sportfishing, surfing, wildlife watching, horseback riding, golf, tennis, sea kayaking, hiking, zip lines, jet skiing, and rafting are extremely popular. The weather is perfect all year round with the right amount of sunshine and rain so travelers can visit any time they want. A Perfect Respite in Playas del Coco The water surrounding Playas del Coco has a bluish grey shade to it unlike other parts of Guanacaste which have a turquoise tint. The beach town has a frank and relaxed ambiance with frequent festivals held now and then. As soon as the rainy season ends, the city becomes flooded with travelers. Although you won’t find many secluded and private places in Playa del Coco, its friendly and amicable vibe will keep you in high spirits. You can have a great time socializing and entertaining yourself with new activities. The nightlife in the city is quite enthralling with plenty of night clubs, casinos, bars and even discos. Try out scuba diving or ocean kayaking for an adrenaline rushing time or simply sail out on a boat and catch a few fishes. In Coco, tourists will be pleased to find a number of excellent restaurants and both luxury and affordable accommodations. Santa Rosa National Park, Quepos, Manuel Antonio, Tamaridno, Arenal and Rincon de la Vieja National Park are situated a short drive away. Marino Las Baulas National Park is also located nearby the town. The nature reserve is breathtakingly beautiful and biologically diverse. If you travel to Playas del Coco, do not miss the opportunity to visit the park. It has a large population of leather-back, pacific green and hawks-bill turtles. Water Sports in Playas del Coco Jump aboard on a banana boat and have a perfect afternoon in the oceanic breeze and waves. Banana boats trips can be booked through any hotel in Playas del Coco and can take up to 10 people at a time. Fall, splash, play and have absolute fun. For a relaxed and calm trip, sailing is the best option. Sailing tours are chartered daily through various authentic tour companies. They have their own boats, and also offer snorkeling and...

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Osprey Sportfishing
Jun25

Osprey Sportfishing

Osprey Sportfishing Osprey Sportfishing is located in a tropical beach town named Tamarindo, and has been in the business since 1989! The company has excelled in conducting sportfishing charters all over the country offering tourists the best possible fishing voyages. Tamarindo is in the Guanacaste Province of Costa Rica on the northern west Pacific Coast. The cluster of pristine white sand beaches, nature reserves, intense wildlife, central location, and crystal clear ocean make Tamarindo Beach an attractive tourist destination. Along with superb fishing opportunities, Tamarindo features surfing, kayaking, diving, horseback riding, bird watching, whale watching and much more! The beach has plenty of accommodations suitable for different budgets. There are restaurants, bars, clubs, bank, stores and many other facilities. Osprey Sportfishing usually makes the reservations for their clients. The ocean bordering the bay is known to be flourishing with all sorts of marine species. On a fishing trip with Osprey Sportfishing, you can put up a great fight with the fishes and succeed in catching a handful of them! Sportfishing in Tamarindo with Osprey is best in dry season which lasts from December to May. Marlin, Sailfish, Yellowfin Tuna, Dorado, Mahi Mahi, Snapper, Grouper, Roosterfish and many other game fish species are caught during this period. Grab your sunglasses, put on some sun block and sail out on a fabulous sportfishing adventure with Osprey Sportfishing! Boat – The Osprey Osprey is a 31 ft Rampage boat that runs on a powerful twin 300 HP Detroit Diesels. The boat is fully stocked with latest electronics and guarantees a safe and stable ride. On The Osprey, have the best angling experience catching both inshore and offshore species. Osprey features a spacious cabin with a walk in marine washroom, and a deck with shade. The boat has the capacity of carrying 6 anglers at a time. On the sportfishing journey, guests are offered lunch, snacks, sodas, beer, water and fruits. The boat is managed by Captain Arturo who has over 18 years of experience, and rest of the crew is most reliable and trained. The captain and his staff have a way to make their clients feel at ease. They make sure that the tours are safe, fun and productive! Osprey Sportfishing Packages Early Morning Packages The Early Morning Package is awesome for early birds! As the sun is rising from the east, get on the boat and begin a perfect fishing journey. There are two types of charters; 9 hours long trip (from 5 am to 2 pm) and 11 and half hours long (from 5 am to 4:30 pm). The package includes a breakfast of coffee, juice, fresh fruits, croissants,...

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