The Wanderer was the classroom for a great bunch of kids getting their first lesson in the blue water marine ecosystem.
Captain William took this family for an up-close look at the inbound Sea Turtle migration to Ostinal.
Later in the evening this little dude scored a nice White Tuna.
Nice way to end the day for the hard-working flagship the Wanderer.
Garza was humming with energy on the morning of May 2 as FishingNosara joined some other area boats in welcoming 32 yoga students from the Yoga Shelter for a Marine Nature tour.
The FishingNosara flagship Wanderer led the way offshore for local boats Sportsman, High Roller, and Aimee Marie. After seeing birds, turtles, dolphins, and other aquatic life the Yogis decided to take a peek beneath the waves.
Rain was falling on land but the conditions in San Juanillo Bay were perfect for snorkeling. The water was crystal blue and the current was not an issue. Looks like everyone took advantage of the opportunity to take the plunge…except this bird who decided to stay high and dry.
In the end it was a fun day all around. Nice job by the other area boats and by the Guiones Beach Transportation staff in their perfect execution of getting 30+ folks to and from Garza.
The Wanderer relaxed today with a nice nature tour.
First he was happy to welcome the Portel family for a morning nature tour where they saw dolphins, birds, whales and some particularly amorous turtles.
This is a common site in our area since we are just a few kilometers south of the Ostinal National Refuge which host one of the largest sea turtle spawning in the world.
On May 3 we hosted a Nature Tour on the Wanderer, Sportsman, and local boat High Roller for thirty students visiting Nosara with the Yoga Shelter. They saw turtles, seabirds, flying fish, dolphins, whales and more awesome marine life. “It was an AMAZING trip!” said one yogi.
The Explorer offers a wide variety of adventure options besides Extreme Panga Fishing. She is the perfect size for snorkeling trips, hunting unreachable surf breaks, and (in the case of today) taking a Marine Nature Tour.
They saw lots of dolphins, manta rays, and sea turtles. Plus this little marlin bird hitched a ride on the prow of the Explorer for a while. Everyone had a great time!
Russ and Nikki’s River Adventure
Adventure awaits around every corner in Costa Rica. Clients Russ and Nikki were on their way home from Nosara when they came upon a washed out bridge.
With no land access to the other side, Russ and Nikki were in danger of missing their outgoing flight in San Jose.
FishingNosara to the Rescue!
After loading their luggage across the river in a sling, it was Nikki and Russ’ turn.
They made it safe to the other side and made it home without further incident.
Great work by Javier, Manuel and Cumi in overcoming this obstacle.
Here is the email she sent to us:
“Thank you!! The trip was quite an adventure, looking back I wouldn’t change a thing! We will be planning a trip back to Nosara during the “non-rainy” season. The staff at Nosara Paradise Rentals are a.m.a.z.i.n.g.!! and we are looking forward to seeing everyone again.”
Captain Vibert Blanche took the brunt of the slow early March, but he has been picking it up in April and has kept steady with some great nature tours. On March 26th Stephanie Kawalik took a great Nature Tour. They saw more than 20 nice dolphins with different colors. Also, they got some pictures of a baleen (that’s Whale in Gringo) and a couple sea turtles.