How do I contract the service?
A prior reservation of the contracted service is required. If you make 30 days in advance, a 50% deposit must be made to guarantee the reservation. We accept checks, bank transfers and credit cards. Payment of the balance can be made by credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express), bank transfer or cash before the trip.
A reservation made less than 30 days in advance will require full payment at the time of reservation.
Do I need to bring my own fishing gear?
If you have a lucky rod and reel you’re welcome to bring it but is not necessary. Moonwalker and Raven are fully equipped with the finest tournament quality tackle; specifically chosen to ensure you have a successful fishing experience in Costa Rica.
What do I need to bring?
Sunscreen, sunglasses, definitely a camera, your lucky fishing hat or fishing rod.
What’s included in the charter price?
We provide the bait, tackle, ice, bottled water. For a full day charter, juice, fresh fruit and lunch is provided.
Do I need to have fishing experience?
No, it is not necessary. The knowledgeable crews of the Moonwalker and Raven are capable of providing you with a successful day on the water whether you’re a novice or experienced angler.
What happens to the fish we catch?
Upon return, your captain or mate will fillet and bag your fish right at the dock. Don’t forget to bring a cooler to bring home the fish! There are many local restaurants in Quepos that will prepare your fish for a small fee. We can help you with recommendations for this tasty way to end a day’s fishing!
Can you recommend any local hotels and restaurants?
Please let us know if you need help with accommodations. There are numerous hotels in Quepos. Rental properties and condo’s are readily available. We would be pleased to help you with this.
Entry Requirements COVID-19
Since Nov. 1, Costa Rica has allowed all countries in the world to enter by air, as long as they meet the country’s visa and COVID-19 entry requirements.
The Government of the Republic has facilitated the entry of international tourists, and since Oct. 26, eliminated the requirement of RT-PCR tests for the detection of the coronavirus. Neither Costa Ricans nor foreigners will be issued sanitary confinement (or quarantine) orders when entering the country by air. These measures are subject to change and dependent on the evolution of the pandemic both in Costa Rica and around the world.
Tourists visiting Costa Rica are asked to abide by the sanitary protocols implemented for carrying out all tourist activities in the country.