Pacific Fins is really the only True Luxury Fishing Resort in Guatemala. Even though we are well aware you are here to fish, we also focus our attention to the quality of service offered by our English-speaking staff; the comfort and style of our Villas and Suites; the gourmet cuisine prepared by our local Chefs; and the overall ambiance of the Resort we’ve created for your enjoyment.
Our four beautiful air-conditioned Villas offer two bedrooms with two queen beds, two bathrooms and a very comfortable central lounge area featuring a flat screen TV with SKY Satellite Service. Sliding glass doors open on to a sun deck overlooking our beautifully landscaped tropical grounds, pool and marina.
Aside from our Villas, for those requiring a little bit more privacy, we also offer two Suite rooms each with 2 queen beds and a bathroom.
Enjoy breakfasts by the pool consisting of fresh fruit, cereal, pancakes, eggs cooked to order, fresh roasted Guatemalan coffee and freshly squeezed orange or pineapple juice.
After an exiting day on the water there is no better place to share the stories of the day than in our bar. We will prepare your favorite drink while you relax, be it at our beautiful pool or within our bar area. Drinks are all-inclusive, so do enjoy the rest of your afternoon!
For dinner our restaurant will offer you a Gourmet A-la-Cart Menu prepared by our local Chefs. Fresh seafood with the local seasonings are a must, but should you care for a prime steak, we will also impress you with our select cuts. Appetizers, Entrees and Desserts are all part of your dining experience. Feel free to ask for seconds if you so desire!
Included as part of your vacation package, you have:
Our English-speaking drivers greet you at the Guatemalan International Airport in a luxury passenger van upon your arrival. In it, a cooler filled with sodas and beer will quench your thirst on the drive down to our Resort. We can offer you a courtesy tour of Antigua Guatemala on the way to the Resort if your flight arrival time is around midday.
You will then be driven south to Iztapa, Escuintla for about 90 minutes on a four-lane highway, the safest in our country. As always, it is getting out of the city where you will find the traffic. Afterward, it will be a very comfortable drive amongst volcanoes, sugar plantations and a very picturesque background.