Deep sea fishing in Costa Rica is an unforgettable way to spend your vacation.

Costa Rica has one of the most healthy fisheries on the planet. There are 20-fish days every day and the fish don’t come in small quantities. Los Sueños Marina, which is home to an extensive charter fleet certified by the Costa Rican Ministry of Tourism, reports that dorodo average 40 pounds, and yellowfin tuna often push past the 300-pound mark. Costa Rica’s coast is also home to other fish like wahoo and roosterfish, snapper, and sailfish as well as marlin and marlin.

Costa Rica may be ranked as one of most happy places on the planet because of its fishing. Vacations and sportfishing at Los Sueños Resort and Marina can be accommodated by Stay In Costa Rica (, a tourism group with ten years of experience in planning fishing charters using boats from 25 to 65 feet. Get in on the action! These are the top tips from Stay in Costa Rica for first-timers

* Look for an experienced deep sea fishing charter. A deep sea fishing boat that is qualified will take you to all the best fishing spots, and give you the correct bait for the fish you are looking to catch. A $25 annual fee is required to obtain a fishing license. To ensure that future generations of fisherman are safe, all boats use catch and release to protect the bill fish. You can bring your catch to restaurants, where they will prepare it for you. Some chefs will even cook your catch in your private accommodation.

* Guard against seasickness. You might become disoriented even if you are fishing in Costa Rica. Costa Rica is well-known for its smooth, gentle waters. Stay above deck if you are feeling sick and keep your eyes on the horizon. You should avoid strong smells such as the bait until your nausea subsides. You can avoid this issue by taking motion sickness medication before you board.

* Come prepared. Sunglasses and a visor are recommended. Make sure you drink lots of water while onboard the boat. Remember to bring sunscreen. Even if you’re not in direct sunlight, the sun can burn you. Also, don’t forget to take your camera. Photographic proof of your catch is essential!

For more information, please visit