Frontiers International Travel has unveiled Astove Lodge, which is set to open its doors in February 2015. The latest fishing destination is located one of the most southerly island in the Seychelles, Astove. At only 3.7 x 2.5 miles, guests can expect a peaceful stay on this raised coral island. The tiny lodge is the ultimate in exclusivity and consists of only six en-suite single occupancy bedrooms. Fishing enthusiasts will be able to spend seven nights and six and a half full days exploring this remote atoll.
The southernmost Seychelle islands are well known as a top bonefishing spot. Astove offers opportunities to catch, giant trevally, bonefish, permit, barracuda, milkfish, Bluefintrevally, triggerfish, yellowfin tuna, dogtooth tuna, wahoo, sailfish and marlin.
“Cosmoledo Atoll has become known as the best giant trevally fishery in the world, but Astove is where anglers have quietly caught more than 40 in a session,” said Mike Fitzgerald President of Frontiers International Travel. “With this new lodge, six lucky anglers per week will have it all to themselves for some of the best fishing on earth.”
The 7-night fishing package starts at USD $14,950 pp.