Zambezi Tiger Fishing

Zambezi Tiger Fishing
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This package offers guests a sport (spinning) and fly-fishing experience on the iconic “Deka Tiger Mile” for a variety of fish species including Tiger fish, Chessa, Nkupe, Vundu, bream and others.We support catch and release. Birding and bush walks also on offer. The lodge is located on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River in the centre of the Western Zimbabwe Tourism triangle (1,5 hrs from Victoria Falls, Hwange Game Reserve & Mlibizi). Comfortable, rustic accommodation with fans and en suite bathroom. We typically allocate two fishing guests per boat to ensure a quality fishing experience.


Day 1. Meet & greet by representative at Vic Falls Airport and road transfer in air- conditioned vehicle to lodge (1 ½ hrs drive). Set up fishing equipment and late afternoon fishing session on arrival. Fish until sunset then return to lodge to freshen up and enjoy a 3-course dinner.

Day 2 - 6. Early coffee and rusks before heading onto the river for morning fishing session. Return by 10h30 for a sumptuous brunch. Spend heat of the day relaxing by pool or enjoying the 180 degree panaromic view of the Zambezi while sipping on an ice cold beverage in the boma.
Afternoon fishing session followed by a spectacular sundowner. 3 course dinner at 7pm

Day 7. Early breakfast before being collected and transferred back to Victoria Falls Airport. The drive takes approx. 1 ½ hrs.

Notes: We recommend that guests take travel insurance. Prices are subject to change due to circumstances beyond our control. The Zambezi Valley is a malaria risk area so we recommend guests take anti-malaria precautions. Please consult your GP or travel clinic regarding anti-malaria prophylactics. We will provide a detailed list of sport and fly fishing equipment that is recommended for the trip.
Prime fishing season (Sep-December & April- August)


Price Includes:
Return road transfers from Victoria Falls Airport
meals
serviced accommodation
boat with driver/guide
expert sport fishing host
fuel (20L per day)
two beers or soft drinks pp per day
Bush/birding walks
laundry
Tea & coffees and limited 3G/Edge data reception

Not Included:
Travel documents and visas
Fishing equipment
flies and lures (available at lodge – additional cost) Drinks not specified
Tips & gratuities
Zim National Parks river usage & fishing fees (10 USD per fishing day)
Items of a personal nature – phone calls.


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