Costa Rica Area Info
Costa Rica Vacation | Los Suenos and Quepos Fishing
Costa Rica is known for its scenic beauty and rich biodiversity. The country is an isthmus which comprises 31,620 square miles stretching from Nicaragua in the north to Panama in the south. Costa Rica's bio-diversity is attributable to its citizens' deep respect for the country's natural resources. Today, nearly a quarter of Costa Rica's territory is protected as National Parks, which draw visitors from all over the world each year. Tourists come to Costa Rica to explore the country's lush rain forests, sandy beaches, and active volcanoes – and to get a glimpse at Costa Rica's diverse wildlife. Costa Rica features hundreds of miles of coastline, bordering both the Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean – making it a popular sport fishing destination.
The capital of Costa Rica is San Jose, which lies in the center of the country. When you arrive in Costa Rica, you will most likely fly into Juan Santamaria International Airport, which is located just 20 minutes by taxi from the town center of San Jose. From there, Los Suenos is a 1-1/2 hour drive to the to the location of the beautiful Los Suenos Marina and Jaco beaches. Quepos is a 2-1/2 hour drive or a 25-minute flight from San Jose. The town of Quepos got its name from a local native tribe called the “Quepoa.” Quepos is known as the gateway to Manuel Antonio National Park, one of the most scenic and bio-diverse areas in the entire world. Chaser Sport Fishing offers a variety of sport fishing, adventure and scenic tours to allow you to explore all of the beauty and excitement Costa Rica has to offer.
Variety of Fish to Catch
Many varieties of fish make their home off the coast of Costa Rica and can be targeted all year round. The most popular species to catch in Los Suenos and Quepos are: Sailfish, Marlin, Yellow Fin Tuna, Red Snapper, Cubera Snapper, Wahoo, Grouper, Snook, Dorado, Rooster Fish, Mackerel, Jackfish and many, many more.