"This was a lifetime trip for me!!! ...." Read More
The inaugural Unfathomed hosted trip with George Gozdz was a homerun!"This was a lifetime trip for me!!! Was able to check two fish off my bucket list. Thank you Ozzy Delgado and George Gozdz. It was truly amazing from the resort to the staff and food to the awesome captains and mates. Will definitely be back for another trip. Thank you!" - Tom Kanatzar.I can say, everyone echoed what Tommy said. The first Unfathomed hosted trip with George Gozdz was a homerun in many ways.First on the agenda after we landed in Guatemala, a quick tour of Antigua. A stop at the Casa de Ron (House of Rum) is a must when visiting the town. We all had the opportunity to taste Guatemala's rum of choice, Zacapa Rum. After our power lunch at the Rum House, we ventured into the streets of Antigua so that everyone can witness first hand old ruins, hotels, restaurants, stores, and a collection of ancient Mayan sculptures and other artifacts.After our Antigua fix, on our drive to Pacific Fins, we would see more diversity in the landscape. Vivid colors, lush vegetation, volcanoes rising into the sky, and a mix of Mayan and colonial influences in the architecture that gave everyone the sense of the cultural and ecological richness of Guatemala.Once we arrived at Pacific Fins, it was all about making memories.
The goodie bags that were given to all the guests
Built in the 17th century, Santa Catalina Arch is one of the distinguishable landmarks in Antigua Guatemala.
A must.... a stop at Casa del Ron (House of Rum) in Antigua. Nothing gets you started than with an old fashioned drink with Zacapa Rum.
"There is no denying that Guatemala is one of my favorite destinations in the world. I have grown to love it so much that I keep on coming back for more. Pacific Fins has become a home away from home. The incredible people; Niels Erichsen, Ozzy Delgado, Joel Lima, Captains, mates, and the entire staff. And let's not forget the food, the location, and of course... the fishing!" - George GozdzWe want congratulate George Gozdz for a job well done, and by organizing a remarkable trip with amazing people. For him to finally release his first blue marlin. A fish that eluded him for 48 years, came to fruition at the place he loves so much (picture above) is priceless. From all of us George, CONGRATS!George was not the only one to make history, a lot of guests made their own history by releasing their first bucket list fish too. A trip all won't forget.