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Go fishing in Rio Sabalos on a Bass Boat for $349 per day. Include boat, 8 galon of fuel, captain/guide. no hotel nor food. Tip not included. the boat is good for two angler and the guide. We are "the Famous Tarpon Camp" is located 2 km down river from the jungle river port town of Boca de Sabalos. it also offer lodging with breakfasts, lunch and dinner for $75.00 per person. You may bring your own beer or liquor. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
A full service, eco lodge on the Montecristo´s Private Natural Reserve, in the rain forest of the San Juan River, Nicaragua. A great place for tarpon fishing, birding, canoeing, kayaking, hiking and horseback riding, good for all the family. All inclusive system, $75.00 per person per night, includes lodging, all meals and activities such as horseback riding, canoeing or kayaking, fishing from the river bank, hiking in our reserve, birding trails. We are the oldest eco hotel in Rio San Juan, a place to rest, experience and learn. Created for those who like to enjoy an alternative tourism with many mainland adventures as well as on the river. In addition to the beautiful surroundings and the many facilities we offer a variety of activities for all tastes in the abundant tropical rain forest of the San Juan River.Eco alberge Montecristo is an eco tourism complex in constant change we are socially responsible and apply better practices for a sustainable development. Since 1999. Best hotel eco lodge Rio San Juan Nicaragua.
You’ll get directions to the departure location when you make a booking.
80% refund up to 5 days prior.
Rental price include, boat, 8 gallons of fuel, guide-captain, water and cokes. Tip are not included. Montecristo River lodge "The famous Tarpon camp" offer lodging and tree meal per day at $75.00 per person. We are located 3 km down river from the Sabalos River on the San Juan River of Nicaragua.