Gateway to Adventurous Fishing

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Courtesy of Marina Pez VelaCourtesy of Marina Pez Vela
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The new Marina Pez Vela offers modern dockage facilities with all the usual amenities, something you can’t find in a lot of places on Costa Rica’s Pacific coast. Courtesy of Marina Pez VelaCourtesy of Marina Pez Vela
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Visitors to Costa Rica usually fly into the capital city of San Jose, located in the mountainous central region of the country. From there, Quepos is a drive of about two-and-a-half to three hours, depending on traffic. Options for rental vehicles abound in San Jose. Both Sansa and Nature Air offer multiple daily flights to Quepos as well, which take less than 30 minutes by air. It's possible to arrange flights and airport transfers, as well as fishing charters and tours, through iFish Quepos. Courtesy of Marina Pez VelaCourtesy of Marina Pez Vela
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In the prime fishing season (January through April), multiple daily shots at sailfish are commonplace close to shore. Photo by Amanda CoferAmanda Cofer