Following the travel ban imposed on South Africans into Seychelles, its not too late to fish Alphonse, Farquhar, Cosmoledo or Astove before the end of 2021.

Please contact us or call on ++44 1980 847389 for details and for prices – there are great savings to be had.

Space on all of the atolls is extremely rare in both 2022 and 2023 – particularly on Farquhar and Cosmoledo (where there is no availability until 2024) so if you can go, snap up the space and take advantage of the fact that these rods are cancellation rods and are priced accordingly.

Cosmoledo Atoll
9 – 16 December 2021 – 12 rods – full moon week, spring tide is on 19th

Astove Atoll
13 – 20 December 2021 – 2 rods

Cosmoledo is the undisputed GT capital of the flats fishing world. Its anglers access the remote, white sand flats and channels that are home to bonefish, permit, triggerfish, GTs, bluefin trevally, milkfish and a whole host of reef species. Its unique appeal? The vast numbers of GTs that patrol the waters here make Cosmoledo the place to be to take the edge off GT fever. An ingenious eco-lodge, accommodation is in air-conditioned cabins with en-suite facilities. Bare foot simplicity but with all the comfort and mod-cons that you could wish for. Cosmoledo fishes 12 anglers per week with shared accommodation and shared guide with single room and single guide options.

Astove is the real gem and although it is relatively small, you shouldn’t be fooled by its size as this small atoll, with its single lagoon and channel provides the perfect hunting ground for large GTs. Combined with the proximity of the drop off, the potential for metre plus GTs is high and the offshore potential has barely been touched.  The rebuilt original coral house offers single air-conditioned rooms with en-suite facilities.  Astove fishes only six anglers per week with single, air-conditioned rooms and shared guide (ratio of two anglers to one guide). A single boat option is available.

Please contact us or call on ++44 1980 847389 for details and for prices – these savings are not to be missed.

Farquhar Atoll, Seychelles Fishing. Aardvark McLeod