Best Saltwater and Freshwater fishing in Costa Rica
The Central Pacific region or West Coast of Costa Rica is often host to international fishing tournaments, held in the Pacific Ocean where marine life abounds. Before or after tournament participation, complement your stay with fresh water fishing, as well as tours exploring the natural beauty of the region. Ocean, rivers, verdant mountains, waterfalls and more, the Quepos/Manuel Antonio region of Costa Rica awaits.
Damas Island Mangrove Wetlands Fishing Tour
This tour allows you to learn about traditional Costa Rican fishing techniques, surrounded by the lush mangroves. While you’re fishing, keep an eye out for the diverse flora and fauna of this unique ecosystem, where you may see sloths, monkeys, snakes and many different types of birds.
Quepos Sport Fishing Tour
This in-shore angling tour gives you the opportunity to visit a fishing ground close to shore as well as reefs. Enjoy the views of the protected Manuel Antonio National Park while you fish the abundant waters for Mahi-Mahi, Snappers, Tuna, Marlin, Sailfish and more.
International Sport Fishing Tournaments in Quepos
The Marina Pez Vela in Quepos constantly hosts international Sport Fishing Tournaments, and the next one on the calendar is April 12th. The best anglers in the world participate, and you have your pick of charter boats, all sizes and budgets.
Maximize your Costa Rica experience
There is much more to see and do in the Central Pacific of Costa Rica. Round out your visit and experience nature full force. If adventure and adrenaline is what you crave, try white water rafting on the Naranjo or Savegre River. Learn about the country’s biodiversity during a birdwatching tour or a Jungle Night walk. For a relaxed day, enjoy a cultural experience with a cooking lesson including fresh organic ingredients on our Local Flavor Tour at Rancho Rio Naranjo, our organic farm. Contact the adventure specialist at Tucanes Tours for a specialized extended itinerary.