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Guatemala is considered among the prime sport fishing sites in the world! Most sailfish all time records are held in Guatemala! Whether it’s fly-fishing for sailfish or tarpon, conventional light tackle marlin, Dorado, Wahoo, tuna or roosterfish, or exploring jungle rivers for snook and tarpon, let us plan your next memorable fishing adventure!
Parlama offers a wide choice of sport fishing options on both the Pacific coast and the Caribbean side of Guatemala. We have both luxury and economy options out of Marina Pez Vela in the Puerto Quetzal all weather port on the Pacific coast. Located one hour away from the international airport in Guatemala City this is home of some of the world’s greatest sail fish.
Alll Charters include the following:
All Necessary Tackle and Bait for a fantastic fishing experience. If you want to try Fly Fishing let the Captain know, They are all experts and we have quality tackle available at no extra cost.
Lunch (including Sandwiches made with bread from Dennis' Bakery, " Dona Luisa Xicotencatl") and locally grown fruits that are out of this world.
Ice Cold Soft Drinks and Bottled Water, Beer is available at the Marina though not provided. Please ask your Captain
Here is a list of our boats and the current pricing:
This is the Flagship of the Parlama Sportfishing Fleet. This 36' Pacemaker brings crusing comfort along with fantastic fishability. This boat is fully equipted to take you anywhere the fish are hiding and give you a great shot at the numbers that Guatemala is famous for. A full day starts at 7 am. and lasts at least 8 hours until 3 pm. so you will have plenty of time to give those fish a going over.
Daily Charter Rates for "Ballena"
Full day offshore fishing, $1,200
"Verano Special" when available 1/2 day (5 hours) inshore or nearshore, (Inside 20 miles) The Guatemalan "Summer" February thru May brings the blue water and the sailfish close to the beach along with the great fighting and great eating "