Feel the thrill of a tug from a big game fish at the end of your line as you float above waters so clear you can make eye contact with your catch.
April to June is the perfect time for fishing the idyllic, teaming waters around Constance Tsarabanjina in Madagascar. Here are our top 5 reasons for game fishing in the area.
1. The experience of a lifetime
Pit yourself against the great giants of the sea as you cast a line into waters teeming with exotic sea-life. Feel the sun on your face as you explore northern Madagascar’s deserted bays, headlands, rocky outcrops and remote islands. The beauty of the location combined with the high density of big game fish means fishing here is like nowhere else on earth.
2. Perfect conditions
The ideal climate and the calm, clear waters off Madagascar’s northwest coast with few shore breaks ensure visibility is extremely high. It makes it the perfect place for first timers and experienced fishermen alike.
3. High density waters
Game fishing in the area is still a fairly new activity so the density of fish including giant trevally, yellowfin and dogtooth tuna, kingfish, barracouda, wahoos, sailfish and Marlins is high. From April through to July over 100 sailfish a day, many more than 100lbs, have been seen near the surface.
4. Live a life of adventure
Game fishing in the ocean around Tsarabanjina will deliver thrills and excitement unlike any other. Venture out with our expert guides who will help beginners and experienced fishermen feel the thrill of the chase. For those looking to try something new, why not seize the opportunity to try the different types of fishing available at Tsarabanjina including traditional Malagasy fishing with drag nets and even a full moon hand-line fishing excursion.
5. Finish the day in 5 star luxury
At the end of an adrenalin-pumping day on the ocean come home to the luxury of your own private beach villa designed in boutique Malagasy style with air-conditioning. Relax and unwind on your own sundeck as you watch the sun set over the ocean and dream about what adventures you’ll encounter there tomorrow.
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