Oct 29th -Nov 2nd, 2020
TRIP INCLUDES 4 NIGHTS ACCOMMODATIONS, 3 DAYS OF FISHING, AND ALL TAXES.
SUPER PANGA PACKAGE: 23’-25’ center console
2 PER CABANA ROOM/2 PER SUPER PANGA $ 800 PER PERSON
2 PER POOLSIDE OR GARDEN ROOM/2 PER SUPER PANGA $ 815 PER PERSON
2 PER OCEAN VIEW ROOM/2 PER SUPER PANGA $ 890 PER PERSON
3 PER CABANA ROOM /3 PER SUPER PANGA $ 555 PER PERSON
STANDARD CRUISER PACKAGE: 28’ cabin cruiser
2 PER CABANA ROOM/2 PER CRUISER $1,125 PER PERSON
2 PER POOLSIDE OR GARDEN ROOM/2 PER CRUISER $1,140 PER PERSON
2 PER OCEAN VIEW ROOM/2 PER CRUISER $1,210 PER PERSON
3 PER CABANA ROOM/3 PER CRUISER $ 770 PER PERSON
4 PER CABANA ROOM/4 PER CRUISER $ 595 PER PERSON
2 PER POOLSIDE OR GARDEN ROOM /4 PER CRUISER $ 695 PER PERSON
(4 PERSON PACKAGE WITH 2 ROOMS AND 1 CRUISER)
DELUXE CRUISER PACKAGE: 28’ cabin cruiser
2 PER CABANA ROOM/2 PER CRUISER $1,295 PER PERSON
2 PER POOLSIDE OR GARDEN ROOM/2 PER CRUISER $1,310 PER PERSON
2 PER OCEAN VIEW ROOM/2 PER CRUISER $1,380 PER PERSON
3 PER CABANA ROOM/3 PER CRUISER $ 885 PER PERSON
4 PER CABANA ROOM/4 PER CRUISER $ 680 PER PERSON
2 PER POOLSIDE OR GARDEN ROOM/4 PER CRUISER $ 780 PER PERSON
(4 PERSON PACKAGE WITH 2 ROOMS AND 1 CRUISER)
Fishing license = $30 per person
Live bait = $10 per person/per day
Awards dinner = $15 per person
NOT INCLUDED IN ABOVE PRICES:
Boat & hotel gratuity
Hotel activities (diving, snorkeling, spa, rentals, zip line, tours etc.)
For more information on Hotel Palmas De Cortez or fishing the Sea of Cortez, please visit our website at www.vanwormerresorts.com
For questions or to book your reservations, please call 877-777-8862 and don’t forget to mention “Salt Patrol” when booking. Above rates are special group rates for the “Salt Patrol” group only.
Getting from the airport to the resort can be the most daunting portion of the entire trip. Unfortunately because of the variety of flights, arrival times and the existence of two terminals many travelers get a little confused about finding their ride to the resort. The most important thing to remember is that the resort contracts with T.T. Cabo Del Este to transport it’s guests from the airport. The drivers are located outside of the terminal and are usually driving white multi-passenger vans or a large Greyhound style bus (based on the number of folks being transported at any particular time of day). T.T. Cabo drivers also wear a green or white shirt with the company name on it. This year we will have representatives from Salt Patrol at the airport during peak arrival times to lend a hand whenever possible. We ask that you keep an eye out for fellow travelers at the airport. You will usually find them wandering aimlessly among the crush of taxi drivers who are trying to snag tourists inside the terminal. They can also be found at the bar imbibing in a post travel Pacifico. Please round these folks up and take them to the van or bus with you.
In case you haven’t noticed the scent of diesel fumes in the morning air or the flashing 20 mile per hour school zone warnings then let me be the first to remind you that another school year has begun. This year my family has the unenviable pleasure of having two children attending schools in different districts. Recently I watched as my wife, ever the model of maternal efficiency, was laboring through the task of combining two school calendars into one organized agenda of teacher planning days, national holidays and seasonal breaks. Breaks…whether they be to celebrate winter, spring, summer or some other random Pagan based holiday are a part of life that fades away with pencil boxes and recess. As I lamented this truth I took a closer look at the school calendar and right there, nestled between the weeks off for parent teacher conferences and Harvest Break (the holiday formerly known as Thanksgiving) highlighted in green and blue was the entry “FISHING TRIP TO MEXICO!!!” So there it was, showcased with neon markers, wrapped up in a cocoa butter scented package, marinated in Dos Equis for 12 months and served on a bed of steaming Mexican beach sand…the adult equivalent of Winter Break.
Salt Patrol Tee Shirt Contest
Each team is encouraged to create a team tee shirt for their team competing in the Salt Patrol Billfish Tournament. The shirts will be judged on originality, team spirit and unique design at the awards banquet by three pre-selected VIP judges. The wining team will receive a prize during the awards presentation.
Salt Patrol Shoreline Derby Contest
Salt Patrol is hosting a shoreline derby on Day 2 from 4:00PM-6:00PM. The largest fish caught off the beach wins. The event is located on the beach in front of the resort. Rods, bait and tackle provided but entrants are allowed to use their own.
Your entry fee will cover the price of rod rental, bait and basic tackle. The resort does not provide lures as they tend to get lost too often. In the past we’ve found that chrome buzz bombs work well. If you bring your own rod we recommend a medium to heavy spinning rod and a spinning reel loaded with 25-30 pound test mono or braid. Roosterfish and many other species are regularly caught right in front of the resort.