Alphonse Atoll

Considered a pristine, untouched Eden of the world, Alphonse is a fisherman’s and nature lover’s paradise.

Highlights

  • One of the most prolific bone fisheries in the world
  • Home of the fabled milkfish, a turbo-charged algae-eater growing to 40lbs
  • The incredible diversity allows anglers to target a myriad of species
  • Offers great offshore fly fishing as well as traditional saltwater fly fishing
  • Ideal for fishermen travelling with non-fishing partners & families
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Cosmoledo Atoll

Remote and less visited, Cosmoledo is uninhabited and hosts some of the richest biodiversity in the outer islands.

Highlights

  • Close to Aldabra, the Galapagos of the Indian Ocean & a World Heritage Site
  • Known as the giant trevally capital of the world
  • The benchmark for an explosive saltwater flats fishing experience
  • Vast numbers of bonefish, milkfish, indo-pacific permit and triggerfish
  • Live aboard our custom-designed and spacious mothership
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Astove Atoll

Hundreds of miles away from the main island of Mahé, rugged Astove gives you the feeling of being on the edge of the world.

Highlights

  • Breathtakingly beautiful and home to the famous Astove Wall
  • The biggest flats-caught GT’s in the Indian Ocean
  • A sanctuary for both juvenile and trophy-sized fish
  • Surrounded by flats with deep drop-offs allowing predators easy access
  • Offshore fishing starts metres from the edge of the flats
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