Quepos, offers opportunities for leisure travel in one of the most ecologically centered countries on earth. Quepos has something for serious anglers and non-anglers alike and offers a several possibilities for accommodations in deluxe hotel properties. Flamingo Bay Pacific Charters, is a full-service company based in San José. They can accommodate even the most demanding traveler’s requirements, from airport transfers and charter flights to eco tours to fantastic fishing. They can also provide comfortable luxurious lodging.
After fishing you will be transported back to your accommodations at one of Manuel Antonio’s several deluxe or first-class hotels, all have exquisite Pacific Ocean views. Depending on your choice of hotel locations, you can be accommodated from economical to extravagant, but always in safe and comfortable lodging. There are dining facilities from elegant to casual.
The Quepos region offers amazing sport-fishing for marlin and sailfish from December-April. Fishing charters are offered through Flamingo Bay Charters – one of the best charter service companies on Costa Rica’s west coast. Inshore fishing is done from 24-ft center-console skiffs whose local captains and guides are experienced in spin/plug casting as well as fly fishing methods. Boats are equipped with IGFA class tackle and some offer fly tackle. The inshore reefs are home to huge populations of large snapper, grouper, roosterfish, amberjack, wahoo, mackerel, jack crevalle, and African pompano. And, just a little way off-shore, schools of tuna and dorado can spread for acres. You can count on personal attention and excellent service from Flamingo Bay Charters.
You’ll take an international flight and arrive in Juan Santamaría Airport in San José. The first night you will want to spend at a hotel in San Jose. The following day, an early-morning, 30-minute private charter flight from San José is suggested although Quepos is easily accessed daily by scheduled commercial service on either SANSA or NatureAir Airlines.
Manuel Antonio National Park area has a multitude of adventure tours. If not fishing, your family can horseback ride on the beach or through the rain forest, enjoy spectacular valley views or a dip at a waterfall. If you want more adventure, options include scuba diving, an ATV mountain tour, mountain biking, a canopy tour, white-water rafting, or a jet-ski tour. Or, take a guided hike, birding, the Rainmaker Canopy walk over suspended bridges, a sailboat tour combined with some snorkeling, or a sunset sail along the scenic coast navigating past the beautiful beaches and islands of Manuel Antonio. Or, simply enjoy time on Costa Rica’s white, sandy beaches.