Fish the rich and abundant Garza reef for giant Snapper, Grouper, Amberjack, Mackerel, Wahoo, Sailfish, Dorado (Mahi Mahi), Tuna, and more. Our local expert captain and crew will guide you to the sweet spots. Make your friends jealous with extraordinary big fish photos. Call, email or click the links below to reserve your day and time. See some big fish in the photo gallery.
To book your trip click on the heading and you will be guided to the shopping cart. Payment is accepted via paypal using a credit card or bank account. A deposit of 50% is required to hold your reservation.
Full Day Garza Reef Fishing
Inshore $750/Offshore $850, 7-5 PM
*includes lunch, water, fruit snacks, beer, water taxi service and fishing equipment/cleaning
Half Day Garza Reef Fishing (Inshore only)
$550, 7AM to 12PM or 1PM-Sunset
*includes a snack, water, water taxi service and fishing equipment/cleaning
Sunset Sea Sights
Soak up the gorgeous views of the coast line at sunset and watch for whales, dolphins, turtles, manta rays, flying fish, and myriad of magical coastal birds. See more than you imagine. This trip includes beer, water, and sodas.*All boat trips leave from Playa Garza, the magical little beach town before Guiones. If you haven’t been here, we will help you arrange transportation. There is a little store if you forget your sunscreen. Please try to arrive a few minutes early as the crew and water taxi will be waiting for you on the beach.
Three Hour Tour
$385, 7-10 AM
Fish and explore the reef. Perfect for families with young children or those on a tight schedule. Learn fishing tips from the locals and take home a snapper or Mahi for dinner. If you are lucky, you may see turtles, dolphins, or whale sharks.
River Mouth Fishing
$100 per person, 5AM-10AM
*includes water, transportation to the river, and fishing equipment
This excursion takes place in Boca Nosara (the rivermouth of the Nosara River that empties to the sea). Enjoy the magical sights, sounds, and wildlife of the Costa Rican river system while catching Corbina, Snook, Snapper, Jack, Mackerel, and more. Fish the river, fish the shore, or learn to use a traditional net or handline. It’s fishing heaven.