We are not affected by the civil disturbance,
that took place in the cities of Nicaragua during, April, June and July. Slowly things are coming along and the tourist industry is attracting tourist with special discount packages a real bargain, making it the place to visit on your next fishing adventure, escape or vacation.
Map view of Rio San JuanYou may come via Costa Rica though the new border crossing at San Pancho/Las Tablillas connecting with the bridge Santa Fe on the Rio San Juan, we can arrange for pick up at the border. You also may come by plane on La Costeñas twice per week flight Managua to San Carlos, drive yourself or come by bus from Mercado de Mayoreo in Managua.
They are offering a starting package at just $40.00 per person per night, room double occupancy with breakfast, lunch and dinner included, minimum of 2 people. Fishing boat, guide, gear at $150.00 per fishing day. * (Reservation are needed for this package)
To arrange your personal or group fishing trip you may contact Mr. Agustin Llanes, (505 86499012 email@example.com) a local outfitter, he is the owner of the Montecristo Tarpon Camp/Montecristo Wildlife Refuge and the president/manager of the local sport fishing coop. COPDETOURSJ R.L. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
COOPDETOURSJ R.L. the local sport fishing cooperative has over 20 members spread across the whole Rio San Juan, with local owner operator of small lodges, fishing and touring boats, they all are local guides from the Solentiname island, to San Carlos, Boca de Sabalos, and in El Castiillo
For the adventurer in you we also offer a night caiman tour, sightseeing tours on different rivers affluent to the Rio San Juan, to observe birds and wildlife, hiking tours in Indio Maiz National Wildlife Reserve, We can also arrange canoes/kayak trips as well as waterskiing.
The Rio San Juan has its own interesting historic places and stories, from the Spanish Colonial conquest, the Transit route to California during the Gold Rush era, the pirates of the Caribbean and the British armada conquering El Castillo trying to control the passageway between the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean, during the civil war in the USA. You may learn all about it at the local museum in el Castillo.
If you are planning on coming in your next jungle river fishing adventure to Rio San Juan, Nicaragua remember Mr. Agustin Llanes your trusted local outfitter/guide.