Quepos is among the world's top destinations for sport fishing. Home of the 2013 Offshore World Championship. If you believe the surrounding beauty of the Manuel Antonio National Park and the offshore islands are overwhelming, just imagine how you will feel catching a giant blue marlin! Quepos sport fishing prices are quite reasonable, and depend on how many people are in your group, where you go, the quality and size of the sport fishing boat, the equipment, the expertise of the crew, and the season.
Quepos fishing captains usually consider a half-day of fishing to be about 4 hours on the water, and a full-day of fishing is about 8 hours on the water. On the morning of a typical trip, the captain will send a driver to Hotel La Mariposa to pick you up and take you to the Quepos pier. All of the captains in the Quepos fleet provide food and beverages onboard, so you only need a few personal items like sunglasses, sunscreen, camera and your lucky fishing hat.
After being whisked to your boat aboard a dinghy, your captain will take you offshore for marlin and sailfish, or inshore for roosterfish, red snapper, dorado and snook. Whichever trip you choose La Mariposa Hotel works with the highest quality operators in the Quepos and Manuel Antonio area to ensure an once-in-a-lifetime experience for the best possible value.