We want to assure you that we take the health and well-being of our community, customers, and associates very seriously. Like you, we’re closely monitoring the quickly developing effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Starting today, January 26th, CDC expands negative COVID-19 test requirement to all air passengers entering the United States. To comply with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines, that air passengers entering the United States will need to provide a negative COVID-19 test before boarding their flight; Pacific Fins Resort is pleased to announce our program.
Pacific Fins will offer easy, onsite COVID-19 testing. Tests will be conducted on property at a charge of $50 per guest traveling to a country which requires a COVID-19 for entry into such country. Testing and samples will be administered by an experienced in-house lab technician. Results will be received within 30 minutes, and documentation will be ready for guests to present at the airport for their journey back home. Guests can contact the concierge to schedule their departure test as soon as they check in.
At Pacific Fins Resort, the safety and wellbeing of our guests and employees are our top priorities. Our goal is always to make your vacation as comfortable and memorable as it is safe.
We are all in this together. We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and will follow guidance from public health officials and government agencies, so we can continue to support our customers and communities as needed. For more information about the new travel protocols, call us or visit the Centers for Disease Control at cdc.gov or your local health department’s website.
As we are all in a hurry to close the final chapter of 2020, we have to count our blessings for our health and incredible support by you. This year has been so challenging, so it is even more important than ever to look to find the things we are grateful for. If we decide to call this year a wash and let it go down in history as awful, with nothing of merit coming out of it, then we lose. If we learned something new or just got to slow down a bit and really live in the moment, and recognize that, we win. It’s amazing to see how many people traveled to Pacific Fins to not only show their support, but to enjoy a little of normalcy. The 5th Annual Guatemala Billfish Invitational was a success and now it’s on to more guests arriving at the resort. With 856 sailfish raises and 396 sailfish releases during the the Invitational, one would think that the fishing would have slow down a bit, but who are we kidding… It’s Guatemala!
The sailfish numbers just got better and the supporting cast; dorado, blue marlin and yellowfin tuna have made for unforgettable trips for our guests. December is when everyone is making plans for the holidays. But, one thing to consider… this time of year has always been prime time to be fishing our waters. How about a 2021 December trip? See the numbers below and you will be a believer.
We make sure to not let our guard down. Your expectations for cleaning and disinfection is our top priority. That’s why whether during your day out on the water or during your stay at Pacific Fins, we deliver a clean environment for our guests. As pictured, our Captains, mates and resort staff go through constant COVID testing on top of our already rigorous cleaning standards to provide complete peace of mind when you stay with us. Our promise to you is to deliver the same level of reliable and friendly service you’d expect from Pacific Fins, but with the added confidence of industry-leading hygiene practices created to keep you safe.
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About Pacific Fins
Pacific Fins Resort & Marina is Guatemala Fishing at its best. Our boutique hotel with private villas and suites is located in the world’s most productive billfishing destination. We offer all-inclusive fishing packages with a la carte dining, open bar, and custom, personalized service. Our setting on the water and attention to detail is unmatched in Guatemala.