During your weeklong fishing adventure you will be staying in two unique and personally selected hotels for your R&R after a day on the water. Our all inclusive pricing is based on double occupancy. Single rooms are available at an additional cost upon request. All of the hotels you will be staying at have Air conditioning, private bathrooms and Wifi!
The first two nights will be spent in the beautiful Lagunas de Perlas region at the renowned http://casaulrich.com which features a culinary chef trained in Switzerland, great views w balconies and a friendly fun atmosphere. Casa Ulrich recently purchased a jet ski which can be rented by the guests to tour the lagoon! With our private boat we can also take your group to visit Indigenous Native communities in the region as an optional side trip (fishing along the way!).
On the third day of the trip we will head out to spend an amazing day flyfishing, bottom fishing and snorkeling at Cayos Perlas which are a group uninhabited islands with coral white sand and coconut trees. We will cook our own lunch on the beach! Very few people have ever flyfished this area and no one has ever written about it!!
The third night of the trip we arrive to our final destination, Little Corn Island, about a 1 hour boat ride from Cayos Perlas on our 520 HP boat! En route, your group will be trolling for Marlin, Sailfish and Tuna and enjoying cocktails while watching the sun set into the amazing Caribbean Sea.
For the duration of the trip, your group will be staying at the the PADI Dive Resort http://www.losdelfineslittlecorn.com
The Delfines is on the main street and is a great location from which to walk to the local restaurants and trendy bars. The bar at the Hotel overlooks the water and has Satellite TV where you can watch US professional sports games while relaxing with a Nicaraguan Cigar and a Nicaragua Libre cocktail or cold local beer (about $1).
At the end of your trip, Blue Heaven will drop you off at Big Corn Island so that you can catch your flight home with no stress and not have to take the local, slower Panga Service.