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Farquhar Atol Lodge, The Seychelles with International Angler – ​April 10 – 18, 2018

Farquhar Atoll is the most southerly atoll in the Seychelles chain of islands lying just over 700 km to the southwest of the main island Mahe. This remote atoll has a total area, including the large lagoon, of 170.5 km² which is 18 km north to south and 9 km east to west. The total island land mass is 7.5 km² with a serviced concrete landing strip situated on the most northerly island. The main group of islands form a long curve which describes the eastern side of the atoll. Largest of these are Isle du Nord and Ile du Sud, with the smaller Manaha gaps and islands between them. Further south is Goelette and to the open western side of the atoll lies the small group known as Trois Îles. The large ear-shaped lagoon provides easy access to the countless flats, channels and surf zones which make Farquhar such a diverse fishery. The flats consist of hard white sand, turtle grass and broken coral which make for comfortable wading. Farquhar has a small population of local Seychellois, whose main roles are running a small line-fish operation as well as acting as a skeleton crew which manage the island and service the airstrip.

Farquhar Atol Lodge:

Rate: $8500.00 per person
Included: Accommodations and meals/soft drinks/mineral water at the lodge, round-trip transportation between Mahe and Farquhar, guided fishing, fishing license.
Not Included: International airfare, accommodations, meals and ground transfers in Mahe, staff & guide gratuities, alcohol, tackle and flies.

To Join the trip please Email or Call Brian 800-552-2729

Itinerary – April 10 – 18, 2018

Tuesday / April 10th: Arrive Mahe: Overnight at your elected accommodations (independently arranged, not included):

Wednesday / April 11th: Please have the hotel arrange a taxi for you to go to the Island Development Company’s (IDC) private hanger. Please plan to arrive at the hangar one hour before your flight time.
Depart Mahe:
Arrive Farquhar:
The flight takes about 1 hour and 45 minutes. When you arrive on Farquhar you will be met by the Fly Castaway guides, get settled into your room, receive a briefing from the guides, and if time permits you will be able to fish some of the nearby flats.

Thursday – Tuesday /
April 12th – 17th: Six days of guided fishing on the flats of the Farquhar.

Wednesday / April 18th: After breakfast you will have time to pack up your gear and get ready for your flight back to Mahe.
Depart Farquhar – Arrive Mahe – Depart Mahe: