Crocodile Bay Resort offers the best of Costa Rica

Written by Crocodile Bay Resort

Crocodile Bay Resort, located in the most biologically intense region on Earth (as quoted by National Geographic), will be on display at the Dallas Safari Club convention at booths 2011 and 2012.

Enjoy Costa Rica’s premier sport fishing and adventure destination featuring offshore fishing for blue, black and striped marlin, sailfish, yellowfin tuna and inshore fishing, along the volcanic coastline for roosterfish, cubera snapper and other exotic species.

They offer angler’s the largest private fleet in all of Central America with state-of-the-art gear and Boston Whaler and Strike Yachts. New for 2015, they also offer guests guided kayak fishing and shore casting excursions on Costa Rica’s rugged coastline.

Crocodile Bay is a complete vacation destination offering 30 exotic eco-expeditions and an award winning spa for non-anglers. Expeditions include rainforest canopy zip-line tours, whale watching (seasonal), surfing, birding, kayaking and a variety of tours designed to view Costa Rica’s abundant wildlife including four species of monkey, scarlet macaws, anteaters, sloths, tapirs and the elusive jaguar.

They offer guests 30 comfortable air conditioned rooms, pool with swim-up bar and raised Jacuzzi, fine dining, 44 acres of nature trails, and a 900-foot private pier that extends into one of only four tropical fjord systems in the world.

Leading the way in conservation — Crocodile Bay uses circle hooks and supports catch and release fishing of all billfish and our Fishing Director Todd Staley was instrumental in the newly passed law banning long-line commercial fishing within 60 miles of Costa Rica’s shores. Costa Rica’s fisheries will prosper from this and a slew of new conservation laws protecting Costa Rica’s valuable marine resources.

Stop by our booth and mention seeing us in the Lone Star Outdoor News, and we’ll give you the first shot at the “Show Special” — First come, first serve, limited availability, don’t miss us at booth 2011 and 2012!