Costa Rica Vacation and Sport Fishing


Costa Rica Fishing on the Pacific Coast / Los Suenos Marina

You will be sport fishing out of Los Suenos Marina next to Jaco Beach on a 31' Palm Beach Sportfisher. Your morning will begin at 7:00AM at the marina getting your licenses and departing by 7:30AM
Page 2
Itinerary - March 9th, 10th, & 11th 2008 - Party of 3
5 Star Los Suenos Resort & Marina

Los Suenos Marina is the most popular fishing hotspot in all of Costa Rica. There is restaurant on location that will cook up your catch with a style you will remember for years. The Marriott Hotel is located on the resort grounds with a famous golf course, and plenty of other things to do with a day pass if someone wants to pass on a day fishing.

Click to Enlarge

31' Palm Beach Sportfisher

This sport fishing boat was built here in Costa Rica with one thing in mind, deep sea fishing off the Pacific Coast. No, you are not going to find AC, or front cabin with a bed and microwave. What you will find is a solid fiberglass constructed body with a lot of open space and hardware mounted where it is meant to be. All the gear you need to do both inshore and deep sea fishing will be on board.


This boat is actually owned by the dock master at Los Suenos. He captained the boat personally for years and then got into management. He keeps her in great shape at all times.

Everything is provided for you. Bottled water, fruit drinks, bag lunch, fruit, and beer. All tackle, rods, and lures are included.

Our customers in the past have really enjoyed how professional the crew is and how they make sure you are comfortable throughout the whole day. You will arrive back at the marina between 3:00PM and 4:00PM typically.

Make sure you have sunscreen, hats, and comfortable clothing. Temperatures on the water will run from the mid 80's up to the mid 90's.


2 days fishing - 31' Palm Beach in March, 2008


5% Credit Card processing fee


Total (less license and tip)



Location and Time:

Please be at the Los Suenos Marina by 7:00 AM.

Package Includes:

• 2 days sport fishing*
* not including licenses & tip. It's customary to pay the crew 10% at the end of the day.



Fishing licenses will be required for each person fishing. The price is $24 US dollars per person and correct change is recommended. This will be paid before getting on the boat. You must have a picture ID to purchase the license.


Transportation to the Marina from Jaco (pronounced Hawko) is about 10 minutes by taxi.


Though dollars are accepted in the country you will save money by paying in Colones. Currently the exchange rate is running about 500 Colones (pronounced colonies) per US dollar. You will be able to exchange money at any local bank. Do not exchange money with people on the streets under any conditions. It is very dangerous.


Please be very aware that while in Costa Rica you do not let anything out of your site that you care about. The people in the towns and large cities feel that what you are not holding onto is theirs. Gold chains, ear rings, watches, and other things that can be removed by force should not be worn in public places.


Options for Hotels:

Hi Bill,
Here are some of the hotels I would recommend for around $70 per night. Just click on the links. There is also comments from people who have recently stayed there from Trip Advisor.


Claritas Hotel
Comments About Hotel


Hotel Catalina
Comments about Hotel


Hotel Poseidon

Comments about Hotel


These are not great places, but they are not that bad either and their location is very good for being close to the beach. We can reserve these for you if you prefer to save you time at the rates listed on the sites.


Return to Costa Rica Sport Fishing