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Expeditionary Fly Fishing Adventure to Zanzibar and the Seychelles
Expeditionary Fly Fishing Adventure to Zanzibar and the Seychelles

Expeditionary Fly Fishing Adventure to Zanzibar and the Seychelles

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Expeditionary Fly Fishing Adventure to Zanzibar and the Seychelles

Be among the first to venture out across the flats of Zanzibar and then make the crossing of the Indian Ocean to the Seychelles. We will do our best to avoid pirates but this wouldn't be much of an adventure if we could promise that. We don't like boring trips and this certainly won't be your typical cushy package tour.

This is an expeditionary fly fishing tour to see what's out there. As such we do not guarantee any particular fish although a very diverse group of gamefish exist in this part of the world. That is part of the challenge.

This trip is offered at a greatly reduced rate from a normal tour because this is a new area for saltwater fly fishing and it is relatively unexplored. We, the small team at Salt Fly Pro, will personally be leading the group, supplemented at times by locals who will be more along the lines of boat operators / captains than actual fishing guides.

You can play it safe and just go to your usual spot in the Bahamas (we do it too) or you can try something completely different and unknown. That's the most fun.

 

We can leave any time, just waiting on you. Talk to us: info@saltflypro.com

 

 

 

*Price does not include airfare, and may vary based on number of days you decide to take for the adventure. This calculation was based on a typical week (7 days) in-country for this region (obviously a comfy lodge in the Bahamas would be different). Custom trips are available anywhere in the world, nearly any time of year.

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Photo Credits: Javi Lorbada (image 1), Tommaso Nerbegna (image 2)