Cosmoledo is just a stone’s throw away from the World Heritage Site of Aldabra, often described as the Galapagos of the Indian Ocean. The atoll’s pristine and untouched ecosystem boasts vast, wadeable sand flats, beautiful islands of different shapes and sizes as well as a wonderful lagoon. With humans having placed very little pressure on its environment over the years the encounters you’ll experience are proof of how remote and preserved this magnificent atoll is.
Cosmoledo enjoys the reputation of being an explosive saltwater flats fishing experience. It’s here you’ll find enormous white sand flats, lagoon edges and channels, all ruled by the incomparable giant trevally.
This GT capital of the world also boasts impressive numbers of other fish, including big bonefish, bluefin trevally, bohar snapper, barracuda, milkfish, the finicky indo-pacific permit and a host of triggerfish species.
The sheer numbers and variety of fish species has amazed the fly fishing world, with anglers from across the globe sampling the ultimate fishing playground.
The hard white sand, turtle grass or coral flats of Cosmoledo make for easy wading, thus separating it from other destinations in the world.
Cosmoledo is uninhabited so guests live aboard our ship, the SY Lone Star. One of the largest catamarans in Seychelles, she is the perfect base from which to explore the remote outer atolls of the Seychelles.
The vessel offers five en-suite cabins as well as amenities for relaxing and leisure.
You’ll love the dining: a fantastic mixture of Creole and international food, featuring fresh fish at any time.
And, of course, since the SY Lone Star is so large and stable, she’s perfect for your days and nights of fishing.