Los Suenos Marriott Marina and Resort – Costa Rica’s most Luxurious Boat Slips
Sportfishing in Costa Rica is among the best in the world, this area has one of the most fertile fishing grounds you can still find on the planet. For this reason, Los Suenos built a 200-slip marina that has become very popular due to the diversified abundance of fish such as the red snapper, snook, and world-record roosterfish; Sailfish are also bountiful, and in deeper waters you can catch Marlins up to 600 pounds!
There is nothing like Yoga by the ocean to start the morning feeling re-energized and up for the next adventure. At breakfast, try Costa Rica’s most famous dish, ‘Gallo Pinto’, the name means ‘spotted rooster’, have it with the traditional ‘Salsa Lizano’ and wash it all down with a cup of renowned Costa Rican coffee.
Take ‘La Iguana Experience’ hike available in the afternoons and view giant iguanas, toucans, large scarlet macaws, pizotes, mischievous monkeys and the occasional sloth! After this amazing tour, try Los Suenos Marriott’s famous mojitos at sunset at Puesta del Sol, and if you don’t want to feel the buzz, try out the virgin mojitos instead.
Explore the Marina Village with its exclusive restaurants, bars, internet cafe, boutiques, banking, on-site casino and other services tailored for your enjoyment and comfort. If you already had an appointment at the spa, and experienced the 2 acre beach club facility with its free form pool, jacuzzi, swim up bar, and spectacular views, and still want more, this ocean front resort is within driving distance of Jaco where you can find all the adventure tours that makes Costa Rica so popular.
Take a surf lesson, fly through the air on Zip lines, go horseback riding, experience the forest from the Aerial Tram, and whatever else suits your liking. Go a bit further and delight in a day trip to Manuel Antonio National Park, a one hour drive from the resort, and enjoy more beautiful beaches, incredible wildlife, and the charming small town of Manuel Antonio itself.
Learn and become a part of the ‘green experience’ by finding out more about the resort’s environmental initiatives, plant a Tonka bean for the macaws or help donate to the national parks. Costa Rica’s goal is to be a fully carbon neural country before 2030!