Oct 7th, 2020
Tanzania is now open to international anglers and our good friends at African Waters will be running a short season!
Tigerfish are an incredible gamefish, with speed, strength, aerial antics, and an aggressive nature. In the past, trophy tigerfish have been classified as fish above ten pounds, but this benchmark is shattered in Tanzania, with the average fish weighing just under eight pounds. Here, in the Mnyera and Ruhudji rivers, fly anglers have multiple shots at trophy fish on a daily basis, and have the opportunity to land tigerfish over twenty pounds. These two rivers flow through one of the world’s last, true wilderness areas, offering adventurous anglers an incredibly unique angling experience abroad.
● October 24 – 31 : 5 Spots
● November 7 – 11 : 2 Spots
2020 Rate: $8,500 plus $1,500 charter flight per person for a 7 night/6 day package
Included: Meet and greet at Dar es Salaam Airport, round trip transfers to airport, round-trip charter flight to hotel (1 hr 45 min flight in a comfortable Cessna Caravan with lots of space so no luggage or tackle restrictions), guided fishing on the Mnyera and Ruhudji rivers, exclusive access to 120 km of waters with a maximum of six anglers per week, professional guiding (one guide per two anglers), meals, accommodations, and all drinks when in camp. Boats and fuel (2 anglers per boat), fishing licenses and concession fees, Tanzania Government Conservation Levy of USD$150 per person per day.
Not Included: Round-trip airfare to Dar es Salaam, Visas- USD $50 per person (obtain at arrival), first night accommodation, meals (dinner and breakfast) and drinks in Dar es Salaam, gratuities.
For more information about Tanzania contact Fly Water Travel Director of Travel Operations Brian Gies at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 552-2729