Costa Rica Sailfishing
Flamingo Beach Resort
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We at Trek have designed a special four day, three night Costa Rica sailfishing adventure offering two full days of fishing. This shorter trip has proven to be the perfect weekend getaway for those folks who might have structured family vacations during the summer, but still need to satisfy that fishing urge. Delta, American and United Airlines all offer daily service into Liberia, Costa Rica, and our travel professionals will be happy to give you a quote from your hometown.
These new routings allow travelers to be able to bypass Costa Rica’s capital, San Jose altogether, eliminating the need for lengthy ground transfers or in country flights. Upon arrival into Liberia, our Costa Rican associates Flamingo Bay Pacific Charters will greet you and provide the transfer 45 minutes by van on to Flamingo Beach and your accommodations at the Flamingo Beach Resort, your home away from home for the weekend.
The next two days will be full fishing days on a 30- foot boat with lunch, drinks and tackle on board. On the morning of the last day, you will be met at the hotel and be transferred back to Liberia to connect with your scheduled international departure. The Fishing: The summer months in Flamingo Beach historically have the very best sailfish bite to be found in Costa Rica.
Although sails are your main focus, we normally have anglers heading in with tuna and dorado to have prepared for them at one of the excellent local eateries. Marlin have also been known to crash the spread, so be prepared. Your local captain and mate have fished these waters their entire lives and will definitely be able to put you in the best possible position to hook up.
I know you are here for the fishing, but this area of Costa Rica has much to offer in terms of non fishing activities. So, whether you enjoy 4 wheelers up in the moun- tains, zip line tours, horseback riding, whitewater rafting, or taking a day trip to visit one of Costa Rica’s active volcanoes, there is plenty to do. This is definitely one trip that begs for extra days, just to be able to more fully explore this chunk of heaven.
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