The Tonosi River is near Los Buzos Resort and we have two contractors that will provide tour opportunities.
One contractor will rent you tubes or kayaks and drop you off near Tonosi to tube or kayak down the river and pick you up near Bucaro. Another contractor will take you on his boat to tour the Tonosi river or around Isla Las Canas. He also will let you do river or bay fishing from his boat if you desire, he will provide bait and tackle for an extra fee. Food and beverages are extra for these trips besides the rental fees or tour fees. Los Buzos will provide lunch for $10 per person if they are guests of the resort. Soda and beer are extra. Ice tea and drinking water will be provided.
Deep Sea Fishing
Los Buzos Resort offers several deep sea - big game fishing packages.
There are three boats available for fishing.
The resort owner's 27 ft Blackfin, and two contractors - one has 27' twin engine deep sea outfit, one for river or bay fishing.
Depending on where one wants to go and what they want to do and what type boat they use and for what length of time the price varies from $300 per day to $1050 per day, per boat. Plus $10 per person for lunch and if you want to bring sodas and/or beers along, that is an extra cost, too. Drinking water and ice tea will be provided on the trips.
For the Deep Sea fishing usually the guests will be taken by launch to the fishing boat anchored just off the beach from Los Buzos Resort and dropped off there after fishing for the day.
For Tonosi River or Bucaro tours or fishing expeditions, the guests will be taken to Bucaro and picked up there by the resort.
The three boats are available for anything from touring the Tonosi River to big game fishing in the Pacific, to whale watching. One contractor may do a three or four day trip from Los Buzos to Isla Coiba and back fishing near Isla Cebaco as well, if some one were interested in that.
- Spa and Resort
- Sailing and Boating
Water, Land Activities at Los Buzos Resort
Los Buzos has water and land activities for guests and day pass holders.
Among them; Surfing, snorkeling, sea or river kayaking, tubing, horseback riding, hiking, bird watching, picnics in Cerro Hoya National Park.
- Hiking and Walking
- National/State Park
- Water Sports