Costa Rica has some of the best Sport Fishing in the world. Guanacaste in the Pacific cost of Costa Rica has incredible fishing for Sailfish, Marlin, Dorado, YellowFin Tuna, Wahoo, Roosterfish, Snapper and more.
Our crew was born and lived in this same fishing area all their lives, we know fishing business by heart.
We will take you on a fishing excursion you will remember and enjoy for years, our bilingual crews are professional’s fishermen who can guide you to the best fishing spots .
Enjoy the best Costa Rica Sport Fishing out of Marina Papagayo
Coast Rica sport fishing enthusiasts treasure the world-class waters found off the northern Pacific region of Guanacaste, Costa Rica and the expertise and facilities at Marina Papagayo—Latin America’s newest, full service marina. Only Marina Charters provides the most professional, safe and seasoned Costa Rica fishing charters available
Costa Rica Sport Fishing: Spectacular Catches
During the extended summer fishing season in Guanacaste, Costa Rica, the warm Pacific waters reach temperatures of 85 degrees, attracting the full spectrum of Costa Rica sport fishing species. Chase variety of species including blue marlin, black marlin, striped marlin, sailfish, yellowfin tuna, roosterfish, wahoo, dorado and amberjack. Marina Charters operates a fleet of six high-quality, impeccably maintained Costa Rica fishing charters manned by First Aid-certified, bilingual crews.
Safety First: Costa Rica Fishing Charters
Costa Rica sport fishing holds the promise of a once-in-a-lifetime memory — and Marina Charters insists on your safe return to the dock so that you can share your story with family and loved ones. We set the standard for safety among all Costa Rica fishing charters. Our fishing fleet consists of impeccably maintained vessels manned by First Aid-certified, bilingual crews. We carry U.S. Coast Guard-approved safety equipment, such as life jackets and redundant VHF radio systems. Costa Rica sport fishing at Billfish Safaris begins with the best maintained, safest charter fleet in Guanacaste.