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Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

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Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica make for a wonderful family vacation.

Manuel Antonio has many natural history attractions, as well as adventure tours and activities for families on vacation with young children and teens. With Spring Break just around the corner, many families are looking for the perfect vacation activities to keep the whole gang happy while visiting Los Sueños Resort, Costa Rica.

Just over an hour from the resort, Manuel Antonio is the perfect day trip for families on vacation at Los Sueños. Our concierge team at HRG can help you plan activities that will perfectly suit your needs, and be fun for the entire family.

As might be expected, the Manuel Antonio National Park is a natural for family outings. Small and very accessible, the main trail is flat and wide, with slightly more taxing trails shooting off from there. Guides can point out the abundant wildlife and tell you all about the park. After your tour, spend some time on one of the park’s beaches. Perfect for swimming, the cove keeps the waves gentle. Be sure to watch out for your stuff, though; the monkeys and raccoons like to steal backpacks and beach bags in search of food!

Canopy tours are fun for families, even those with children as young as six. Reputable tour operators focus on safety first and point out the treetop inhabitants. Some tours in the area specialize in taking you primary jungle canopy habitat of titi monkeys.

Near the hotel Si Como No there is a wildlife refuge where visitors can explore the sights and sounds of the nighttime rainforest. The research laboratory and sanctuary is home to local reptiles, toads, insects and tree frogs complete with water gardens and pools designed to be home to different amphibians.

Horseback riding is another great way to enjoy the tropical outdoors; they usually include a stop for a swim. Full and half-day tours can include very young children (under 4) riding with parents or the guide. Parents or the guide can lead children older than 5 on their own horse.

The Kids Saving the Rainforest Wildlife Sanctuary rescues and releases wild animals of the rainforest. When rescues can’t be released, the sanctuary becomes their forever home in a safe environment. Tours run from 9 a.m. to noon daily, except on Tuesdays. The sanctuary shelters spider, white-faced, and squirrel monkeys, as well as tamarins, marmosets, kinkajous, sloths, and parrots.

La Selvita, another nature reserve, is 30 minutes from Quepos and Manuel Antonio, where families can zipline through the canopy, with lush primary and secondary forests, rivers, waterfalls, and cataracts. Visitors can also swim at Wild Waters and the Twin Falls (Cascadas Gemelas) during the 4-hour tour.

The team at HRG Vacations can provide more information, book transportation and tickets, and generally offer advice on what to do to get the most out of your family vacation at Los Sueños Resort and your day trip to Manuel Antonio.

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8 Reasons Families Love Spring Break at Los Sueños Resort & Marina

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Los Sueños Resort & Marina is the perfect place for the family during spring break 2018

Family time at Los Sueños Resort & Marina during Spring break is easy and relaxed; parents will never hear the dreaded words, “I’m bored!” or “There’s nothing to do!” during a family vacation in Costa Rica- especially when staying at Los Sueños. Here are eight things to do that the kids will love about Spring Break at Los Sueños Resort in Costa Rica. Make friends Kids can make new friends at The Beach club. The beach club has a swim-up bar, large pool, volley ball court and play ground —plenty to keep them occupied. Swim Each Los Sueños Resort community has its own community pool; and sometimes several! Also, vacation villas often have a private pool. The resort’s fantastic Beach Club, a $3 million facility, is exclusive to residents and guests and features a massive free-form swimming pool complete with a huge shallow end for little ones, a swim up bar, the Al Fresco Restaurant, a raised white sand beach, shaded palapas, lounge chairs, tables, great service and more. Mount up A horseback ride to a nearby waterfall at La Quinta Farm has the plant life, wildlife and staggeringly beautiful views to impress everyone, including the kids. A dip in the mineral spring’s waterfall will refresh the entire gang before the ride home. This tour is great for families, as it is suitable for ages 5 and up. Boating Head to the marina, or Herradura Bay, for cruises and charters. Some on-the-water adventures include diving, snorkeling, stand-up paddleboards, and outrigger canoes. The Tortuga Island cruise offers snorkeling and lunch on a semi-private beach. La Fragata Sailing Club offers private lessons, weekend classes and holiday camps suitable for ages 6 – 16. Of course, for those families with older kids and teens, Sport fishing is an incredible way to spend the day at Los Sueños Resort. Zip-lining Jungle canopy tours are suitable for children 7 and older. Guides accompany the group along the cables to help ensure safety and a positive experience.  For the very young or less adventurous, the aerial tram is a great way to see the forest canopy and guides are available to point out animals and explain forest ecology. Touring on wheels Hop aboard an ATV, mountain bike, or a dune buggy and ride along jungle trails while expert guides share their knowledge of the terrain and its inhabitants. Two tours will take the whole family to waterfalls, rainforest and the beach. These tours are best suited to families with older children. Whitewater Rafting on the Savegre River is for families with kids ages 8 and older. The Class II/III river runs through primary rainforest for an exhilarating ride from a different point of view. Professional river guides provide all the equipment, instruction and supervision to keep your family safe. Hiking Nearby Manuel Antonio and Carara National Parks bring the wildlife into focus and are perfect hiking trails for the entire family as they are easy and fairly short. Manuel Antonio features level, paved paths and white-sand beaches. Nearby Carara National Park is where Amazonian and Mesoamerican ecosystems meet, forming a distinctive biological habitat.   From breakfast to dinnertime, there’s plenty to keep the kids occupied in and around Los Sueños Resort & Marina. In fact, if your kids are old enough, they can drive themselves, via golf cart, around the resort which a whole lot of fun all by itself. When you book, just ask the concierge staff for recommendations and to help with booking.

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Costa Rica Waterfalls

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Costa Rica is famous for its abundance of waterfalls.

Even the smallest waterfall cascading down a verdant mountainside says, “Paradise,” loud and clear. Costa Rica has so many beautiful waterfalls that it’s hard to choose among them.

Here are a few of our “must see” favorite waterfalls in Costa Rica.

La Paz Waterfall Gardens

Five waterfalls cascade down the sides of Poas Volcano within the privately owned La Paz Waterfall Gardens Nature Park. Admission includes 35km of walking trails, waterfall garden, butterfly observatory, serpentarium, frog exhibit and hummingbird garden, as well as a wildlife preserve for more than 100 species of rescued animals. There are several waterfall-viewing areas; the last one overlooks three waterfalls. One of the most visited attractions in Costa Rica, the Waterfall Gardens are on the way to Jacó and Los Sueños—a perfect day out and you’ll still arrive at Los Sueños in time for dinner! 

Nauyaca Waterfall 

Nauyaca Waterfall has 2 levels, a top tier dropping 200 feet to the first pool, overflowing into the second, which also has a swimming hole at the bottom. A 2-hour drive south from Los Sueños brings you to the trailhead, a well-maintained trail. The site also has a basic toilet and changing room. The hourlong hike through tropical rainforest has a few steep spots, but should be no trouble. If you prefer, a local tour offers guided horseback rides to and from the falls.

Miro’s Mountain

If you want to strike off on your own, the trailhead up the mountain is accessed from the driveway across from the gas station at the south end of Jacó beach. It’s a popular hike, just ask for directions. The trail ends at the waterfall. It’s free, be sure to bring water, snacks and sunscreen. If you drive, don’t leave valuables in your car. 

TOURS

Vista Los Sueños: guided horseback riding tour through private rainforest. At the end of the trail, it’s a 15-minute hike to the waterfall, complete with natural swimming hole and water slides.

Tocori Falls: near Manuel Antonio National Park, an hourlong horseback ride to 4 waterfalls on private property. The first is a short walk and the others are just 1/4 mile further along. A refreshing dip in the natural pool at the base of the falls awaits. The tour includes a traditional lunch back at the ranch house.

The Park at Ocean Ranch: offers a variety of combo tours that include ziplining, canyoneering and waterfall rappelling, as well as riverside jungle hikes to 10 waterfalls.

HRG Concierge staff can help you with any aspect of booking your outing. Access to all waterfalls requires some walking or hiking over slippery surfaces: wear sensible shoes. Also, carry water and take bug spray and a light waterproof jacket or poncho. Depending on the waterfall, swimming is allowed; be sure to ask before you jump in. Above all, don’t forget the camera!

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2017 Holidays in Los Sueños, Costa Rica

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If you plan to be at Los Sueños Resort in Costa Rica this holiday season, you are in for a truly joyful celebration.

In Costa Rica, the run-up to the holidays starts early and lingers into the New Year. From the smallest town to the capital, Ticos celebrate the holidays with vibrant festivals, fireworks, and parades. 

If you’ve timed your arrival to coincide with San José’s weeklong Festival de la Luz that begins Dec. 16, expect light displays everywhere, with concerts and fireworks in the park. The light parade begins at National Gymnasium and travels via Paseo Colón and Avenida Segunda to Plaza de la Democracia.

Local celebrations of the Immaculate Conception, Dec. 8, are marked by religious processions, masses, and costumed dancing throughout Costa Rica. Most Costa Ricans attend Christmas Eve mass, known as Misa de Gallo, and Christmas Day mass. Although these are religious occasions, they are also important cultural traditions in Costa Rica that are more than worth the effort to attend. 

Bullfights (Costa Rican-style and bloodless), street fairs and carnivals are also popular activities everywhere in Costa Rica. Tico homes are usually covered in Christmas lights and decorations, as well as elaborate nativity scenes; everyone will enjoy the spectacle as you travel past homes around Los Sueños Resort.

At Los Sueños, the Marriott is hosting a Christmas Eve dinner, as well as a traditional Christmas Day meal and a New Year’s Eve gala celebration. Los Sueños’ Beach Club is also hosting a New Year’s Eve party from 10 p.m. – 2 p.m., as well as a dance party on Dec. 29. HRG’s concierge staff can help you book reservations. If you prefer a stay-at-home Christmas in your holiday vacation rental, staff can help you stock up on food, groceries and other supplies or book a personal chef to prepare the meal for you.

The Tope Caballos, Dec. 26, is a spectacular horse parade in downtown San José that shows off Costa Rica’s equine traditions and Criollo horse breed. Like Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and the Rose Parade, you can watch it on television from Los Sueños Resort.

If you want a special holiday outing, consider traveling to nearby Puntarenas between Dec. 30 and Jan. 2 for la Fiesta de Los Diablitos on the Boruca Indian Reservation. The festival is a 4-day celebration honoring Costa Rica’s indigenous people with battle reenactments, traditional masked dances and foods.

The concierge team at Los Sueños can help make it a Christmas to remember for you and your family.

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High Season Costa Rica Adventures

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Costa Rica’s high season is here, and the real fun is about to begin!

There are many reasons visitors make their way to Costa Rica’s central Pacific coast: From birdwatching to ziplining, there are plenty of ways enjoy its biodiversity, as well as boost your heart rate a bit.

As the weather transitions from the green season, the temperatures remain steady as the humidity begins to drop.

Rafting the Savegre and Naranjo rivers offers landscapes and wildlife viewing opportunities from a different point of view. The rainforest meets the riverbank and you’ll see stunning waterfalls and colorful birds as you raft down the river over rapids. Or, a relaxing kayak trip down the Paquita River to Damas Island, well-known for its mangrove estuary, is a chance to see white-faced monkeys, sloths, green iguanas, and silky anteaters, to name a few.

A horseback ride through the rainforest, with one of the local cowboys to guide you and point out the flora and fauna along the way to Los Sueños waterfall, is another leisurely way to enjoy the outdoors. Once at the waterfall, there are refreshing, natural pools where you can take a dip.

Ziplining through Costa Rica’s rainforest canopy is a rush to remember: combining the thrill of flying in the treetops and the awe of the bird’s eye view of the canopy’s incredible biodiversity. Bromeliads provide homes for frogs and insects, and birds, monkeys, and sloths move from tree to tree.

Canyoneering combines zip lining and rappelling for an experience anyone can enjoy—no experience required as guides provide the equipment and training to rappel through the waterfalls and over rivers.  If you can talk yourself into it, you can even try jumping from the cliffs (4 to 25-foot drops) to the pools below.

The surf is as gentle as the views are stunning on Tortuga Island, a 45-minute boat ride from Los Sueños Marina. Hike the island, snorkel, or soak up the sun on the white sand beach. The island is well-known for its diving sites, including a few shipwrecks. Underwater marine inhabitants include stingrays, angelfish, sharks, Spinner dolphins, and octopus.

Most beaches in the area are accessible, but keep valuables with you, especially passports and driver’s licenses. Jacó is one of Costa Rica’s hottest surfing spots. For sure, the surf’s up at nearly every beach in the area, just paddle out and catch a wave.

Finally, as the dry season begins, anglers start to gear up and can expect great bill fishing offshore from the Los Sueños Marina, as well as roosterfish, dorado, yellowfin tuna, wahoo, snapper and more.

Wherever you go and whatever you decide to do, you can expect a dream vacation at Los Sueños.

 

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Buying Real Estate Los Sueños

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10 Reasons why Los Sueños is the home of your dreams

When you buy property in Los Sueños Resort, Costa Rica, you get so much more than just a beautiful new home with impressive views.  Whether you’re retiring or just embarking on a new chapter in life as an expatriate, Los Sueños, Costa Rica is bound to be the perfect spot to settle in. Here are our top ten reasons why Los Sueños Resort is the perfect setting for the home of your dreams. Close proximity to the United States Something that U.S. expatriates often fail to consider when making the decision to move abroad is the distance from home. Seeing grandchildren, visiting friends and family, or making short trips for business or pleasure can be costly and time-consuming when done from other top expat destinations in the world. Not so when it comes to Costa Rica. With direct flights from several major International Airports in the States, Costa Rica is as little as 3 to 5 hours away. Close proximity to San Jose Far enough from the city but close enough for convenience, Los Sueños Resort is perfectly situated. Like most beach towns in Costa Rica, Herradura and nearby Jaco Beach are small towns that don’t lend to major shopping trips, business centers, hospitals and other amenities that are “city-centered” The terrific thing about Los Sueños Resort is that you are near enough to nature and the ocean, but also only just over an hour outside the city and all of its conveniences. Activities and amenities With its 18 Hole championship golf course, tennis courts, and $3million exclusive Beach Club facility the resort is full of activity and fun. With so much to do, you will never get bored when living in Los Sueños. 200 Slip marina Isn’t it nice that you have a place to park your boat? One of the things residents of Los Sueños appreciate most is the beautiful marina and its state of the art facilities that allow them to dock their boat and get out on the water anytime they please. Master planned community with U.S. quality infrastructure. Need we say more? Much as many of us would like to escape the U.S. and live in a more cost-comfortable, tranquil and beautiful setting, most of us would also like to have the conveniences and infrastructure that goes into a master planned community. The idea is to live a better life; not to give up life’s little luxuries in order to do so. All that you need Close to amenities such as Automercado (one of the best grocery stores in the country), pharmacy, dining, and entertainment. In fact, everything you need is nearby. Jungle meets ocean kind of beauty Snuggled in the rainforest, and right on the Central Pacific Coast, this luxury is nestled in the lap of abundant nature and beauty; what more could you ask for? On-site medical center For the little emergencies that may come up, there is a convenient and excellent medical center right inside the resort. Day spas on site Getting your nails done or having a message on the regular will be no problem when living in Los Sueños. Life’s little luxuries are indeed appreciated by Los Sueños residents. The Village shops The village shops include Jimmy T’s gourmet grocery, Scotia Bank, a car rental agency, an art gallery, a clothing store, an ice-cream shop, a premium wine and liquor store, and more than a few restaurants; all just a short walk or golf cart ride away from home when you live in Los Sueños. And, the best part of all: Some of these establishments deliver!

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Thanksgiving in Los Sueños Resort, Costa Rica

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How to plan the perfect thanksgiving weekend away with the family in Los Sueños Costa Rica

Thanksgiving is a terrific time to plan a four-day weekend away in Costa Rica; why not grab the entire family and book a nice spacious vacation villa or family condo through HRG Vacations at Los Sueños Resort?

There are a number of great restaurant options in the area for that traditional Turkey dinner; typically, El Galleon serves terrific traditional fare for the holiday, but with six amazing restaurants to choose right in Los Sueños Resort’s own Marina Village, you can also go for something a little more on the non-traditional side, like Italian or Sushi. Jaco Beach, right next door, has a bounty of options to choose from too, and according to one reviewer on TripAdvisor, Lemon Zest Restaurant serves “the best Thanksgiving dinner ever.”

Still, restaurant thanksgivings don’t always feel quite traditional enough and the food just isn’t quite the same as Mom’s or Grandma’s. If you’re looking to create your own Thanksgiving feast in your own home away from home, that’s easy to do too.

Plan ahead by sending a shopping list to your concierge team at HRG Vacations. We can stock your fridge and pantry before you arrive with all the ingredients you need, plus breakfast foods, wine, and beer too.

Or, if you get here with plenty of time to spare, you can easily do your own shopping for those dinner preparations.  Between Pricesmart and Don Fernando’s Meats (before you leave San Jose), Jimmy T’s Provisions Gourmet Shop right in the Marina Village, and Automercado just down the street, you’ll have plenty of resources for all the ingredients you need to create the perfect traditional family Thanksgiving banquet.

Want the best of both worlds (as in, no cooking and no restaurant reservations either)? Touch base with our team and arrange for a private chef or catered Thanksgiving dinner for you and the gang right there in your vacation villa or condo; it’s as easy as asking when you make your vacation rental reservation. We can either make all the arrangements for you or put you directly in touch with any number of terrific private chefs or caterers in the area.

Thanksgiving is a wonderful time for friends, family and chosen family to get together, give thanks for all of the abundances in our lives, share some laughter, watch some football and make some memories. Why not do something a little extra fun this year? Make it a long weekend, Thanksgiving escape to paradise. Make it Thanksgiving in Costa Rica.

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5 Reasons to Spend the Holidays in Costa Rica

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Holidays in Costa Rica are the best, so it’s best to book now: Here are 5 Reasons Why

It’s hard to believe it’s already the beginning of November. It’s best to book now for the busiest time of the year!

With the holidays come summertime in Costa Rica, along with the dry season comes the celebratory holiday crowd. Those who want to score a great space for the holidays should consider booking now.

But why spend the holidays in Costa Rica? Here are 5 good reasons.

 

Get out of the cold and into the sun.

There’s nothing like cold weather to put a damper on the holidays. In Costa Rica, it’s always bikini time in December! With tons of sun and a plethora of outdoor activities, you’ll have a holiday season filled with fun, adventure and discovery; also, most likely,  a tan!

Avoid the family shuffle.

We all know the pain of shuffling from household to household during this modern day family holiday time. I have a friend who loathes the holidays just because of all the driving she has to do to make it to everyone’s house in a day. There have been movies about couples trying to escape this dreaded day of traffic and car travel.

When you’re in Costa Rica for the holidays, you can simply post Instagram pics and make a phone call; “We’d love to be there! But anyway, happy holidays from the rainforest! We’ll bring you some coffee.”

The gift of travel is the gift that keeps on giving.

The gift of a Costa Rica vacation will create memories of a lifetime for you and the people you love; so, why not give the gift that keeps on giving? So much better than a sweater, a trip to the rainforest will come with sunshine, monkey spotting, adrenaline rush river rafting, zip line canopy tours, sport fishing, dining out, gambling, spa days,  and so much more.

Leave the cooking and cleaning to someone else.

Now this one may be just for the cook in the family (no matter who that is), but what a great alternative to standing over a basting turkey all day; and let’s not even mention the cleanup! HOlidays in Los Sueños Resort mean eating out, catering in, or at a minimum having a cleaning lady to sweep in and take care of all the clean up if cooking is what you love to do.

Everything you’ll need for a traditional holiday dinner is readily available from nearby Automercado or Jimmy’s Provisions (a gourmet market, right in the resort); and best of all, assistance is also easily obtained by dialing your concierge and asking.

Start the new year on a positive note.

There’s an old saying that the way you spend New Year’s Eve will influence the rest of your year. All superstition aside, what better way to kick off the new year than on vacation at Los Sueños Resort, playing golf, surfing, eating out, lounging under the sun, getting massages, river rafting, watching monkeys frolic in the trees and just generally having a darned good time?

 

With just five reasons listed, we know there are so many more; find out for yourself this holiday season. Book your Costa Rica vacation rental now for the busiest time of the year.

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Happy Halloween From Costa Rica

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HRG Wishes You a Devilishly Delightful Halloween at Los Sueños, Costa Rica!

Halloween at Los Sueños Resort is always a lot of fun. There are parties and costume contests, trick or treating, and all the ghoulish goodness that comes along with a happy halloween holiday. Whether you’re a kid or just a kid at heart, get dressed up in your very best costume for halloween at Los Sueños. Keep in mind that it’s hot and muggy- and sometimes there’s even a bit of rain this time of year. That means you’ll want to pull together a costume that isn’t too warm for the weather, and, as I learned the hard way a few years back, it’s probably best to stay away from body paint. Yes, it will melt. Trick or treating typically starts around 3pm in the resort. You won’t be allowed to go into each community and up the the resident’s doors, but the guards at the gate of each community are loaded up with candy and ready for trick or treaters. Most people have or rent a golf cart for Los Sueños Trick or Treating; a big part of the fun at Los Sueños Halloween is decorating your golf cart to make it the most scary and/or fun trick or treat ride in the bunch. Head for Walmart in San Jose for plenty of decoration items; faux spider webs and spiders, skeletons, ghouls, goblins and more can be had at a fairly cheap price. There are also a number of novelty shops in the city where you can find fake blood, costumes, and decorations alike. After trick or treating around the resort, head for Marina village and hit up all the shops. They’ve got candy too! Finally, your last stop will be the Hook Up where they have an annual costume contest for kids and adults too. At the end of the day, head back to your condo or villa rental and hand the kids over to a sitter; its time for the adults to go out and play! Head back to the Hookup for a fun Halloween party night, or hit up any of the parties at the clubs in Jaco; you’re bound to find something fun to do. For more information about the event, and to make golf cart reservations or condo reservations, reach out to HRG’s concierge team today. They’ll get you squared right up. Happy Halloween!

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Gearing Up for the Los Sueños Triple Crown 2018

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Get Registered! Los Sueños Resort and Marina has announced the dates for the 2018 annual Los Sueños Signature Triple Crown billfish tournament.

SportfishingCosta Rica is known globally as the billfish capital of the world, where most of the sports fishing tournaments are held during peak season, January – April. With just 89 days till kickoff, its time to secure your spot in the 2018 Los Sueños Triple Crown billfish tournament. The calm waters and short distances to the fishing grounds put Los Sueños Resort &  Marina at the top of the big-game fishing destinations. Three three-day legs are set to kickoff Jan. 17 2018, Feb. 28 2018, and March 21, 2018 respectively. A recent rule change now permits five fishermen per boat, including one professional angler, with a sixth team member in reserve. A sixth angler may be registered at a cost of $500, however, only 5 are permitted on the boat per day. For more tournament rules, check out the official Los Sueños Tournaments website. From Los Sueños Marina, you can match your wits and skill against blue, black and striped marlin, as well as big Pacific sailfish. Costa Rica is one of the few places in the world where it’s possible to make a grand slam—catch and release three different species of billfish in a single day. Back at the marina, Los Sueños Resort has plenty to offer in offshore amenities: accommodation in one of the resort’s fully equipped luxury vacation rentals, golfing on its championship 18-hole course, La Iguana, or a full-service training center and spa. While you’re busy reeling in a record-setting catch, the non-anglers in your party can tour the canopy on ziplines or in trams, try their hand at whitewater rafting or explore the jungle on foot, horseback, or an ATV. If they prefer a slower pace, they can lounge poolside or wander down to nearby Playa Herradura, Playa Jaco, or Playa Hermosa for a day on the beach. If fine dining and nightlife are your idea of the perfect end to a great day, the resort has a variety of options. On the other hand, you can try one of several recommended restaurants and bars in nearby Jacó, Herradura or Hermosa. Whatever you choose to do after a day of sport fishing, Los Sueños Resort is the perfect choice for it. The Tournament at a Glance Leg 1: Jan. 17 – 20, 2018 Leg 2: Feb. 28 – March 3, 2018 Leg 3: March 21 – 24, 2018 Organizer: Ashley Bretecher Phone: (866) 865-9759 Email: info@lstournaments.com Website: http://lstournaments.com/   To download the tournament guide: http://lstournaments.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/2015-Tournament-Guide.pdf Prizes: The total cash prize purse will vary depending upon the number of entries in each tournament. Cash prizes go to the top three boats (based on overall billfish release points) as follows: 50% first place, 30% second place, 20% third place.

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