TRAVEL DOCUMENTS NEEDED AT RIO PARISMINA LODGE

Passport is necessary for travel in Costa Rica. PASSPORT MUST BE VALID FOR SIX MONTHS AFTER YOUR TRIP. Any minors traveling with you must have a signed and notarized release from any parent not traveling with you.

Print two copies of the page in your passport which includes your picture, passport number, issue and expiration date. Keep one copy in your wallet or pocket and one in your luggage.  This can be very helpful entering and leaving the country if your passport is lost.

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GENERAL INFORMATION FOR RIO PARISMINA LODGE, COSTA RICA Rio Parismina Lodge is located on the Caribbean side of Costa Rica just north of Limon. Tarpon are the main target species while snook, mojara, muchaca, and other jungle species are available for the light tackle and fly anglers. The rooms have ceiling fans and the jungle canopy keeps things nice and cool. Each day after you return from fishing, you can enjoy your own concoctions from the open bar and lounge poolside as you go over the stories of the day with your fellow anglers. The food is fantastic and the hospitality is unmatched. Choose from aluminum skiffs in the river, or if the conditions permit, try your luck in the offshore boats.FISHING INFORMATION FOR RIO PARISMINA LODGE
Tarpon are numerous here! Bring ADVIL for your sore shoulders. They have boats designed especially to get over the Rio Parismina bar so you will be fishing in saltwater if it is possible. The tarpon fishing can also be good in the river itself. There is something amazing about tarpon fishing in the jungle. Snook and various smaller species also can be caught in the river so bring some lighter tackle to target these fish.
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES AT RIO PARISMINA LODGE
Fishing, eating, relaxing, and watching monkeys from your room. This is a true FISHING LODGE. Don't expect guided eco-tours, but do expect a great atmosphere for anglers.

SEASON AT RIO PARISMINA LODGE
Fishing is best from February through May and in October.

HOW TO GET TO RIO PARISMINA LODGE
Fly into San Jose, Costa Rica where you will be met and transferred to one of the hotels near the airport for your overnight stay. Early the next morning you board a domestic commercial flight to Parismina where you are again met and transferred to the lodge. Every time you get off or on a plane or car in Costa Rica, a representative from Rio Parismina Lodge will be there to escort you.

2013 RATES FOR RIO PARISMINA LODGE

2013 RATES

3 day double $2,300.00
3 day single $2,500.00
 
4 day double $2,800.00
4 day single $3,000.00
 
7 day double $4,300.00
7 day single $4,500.00

WHAT'S INCLUDED AT RIO PARISMINA LODGE
• Assistance in booking your overnights in San Jose if needed.

• Ground transfers between airport and hotels
• Round trip air transportation between San Jose and The Lodge.
• At The Lodge, your package includes: lodging, and all meals including beer, local liquor, and soft drinks
• Fishing packages include: fishing boat with fuel, fishing gear, guide, fishing license (except Nat'l Park fee of $40)

NOT INCLUDED AT RIO PARISMINA LODGE
International airfare, meals or hotels in San Jose, airport departure tax ($24) and gratuities. The only items not covered in the package prices are those of a personal nature and the tipping of your guide, cooks, and staff. We have set the following guidelines for you to follow: We add $5 per day per person, to your tackle bill, for the kitchen, laundry, and cabin staff. The suggested tip for the guide is $50-$75 per boat per day. Anything extra that you might wish to purchase in our tackle/gift shop. All sodas, beer, and domestic liquors are complimentary, however, if you want a special brand of liquor, it is best to bring your own.

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