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Tourette Fishing

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Key Information:
Specialty Category: Fishing lodges
Location: South Africa
Region: Africa
Min Price: 110 US Dollar (USD) per day
Max Price: 350 US Dollar (USD) per day

Tourette Fishing is dedicated to building and guiding customized overland sport fishing tours throughout Southern and East Africa. Our aim is to incorporate pristine sport fishing destinations with untouched wildlife reserves, and a fair amount of adventure on the side. Our core areas of operation are South Africa, Mozambique, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Zambia.

We specialize in light tackle and fly fishing in most areas of operation. For the ultimate sport fishing adventure Mozambique waters are fished primarily off fishing skis. Tourette Fishing is committed to exploring unique and "off the beaten track" fishing destinations, all offering the perfect balance of superb sport fishing and a healthy dose of African adventure, culture, fauna, and flora. Rustic lodges are the main form of accommodation due to the lack of infrastructure when fishing remote stretches of water, no experience is needed and all equipment is supplied.

Property amenities:
Our guides are responsible young men, passionate about Africa, sport fishing and its wildlife. All are qualified and registered with the Fields Guides Association of Southern Africa (FGASA) and The African Sea Kayaking Society (TASKS). With a wealth of experience, they are more than competent to guide you when fishing for any of the numerous species and exploring all of the wilderness areas found in southern Africa.

Nearby attractions and activities:
White water rafting, National Parks, Big five, local African culture, game drives and nature walks.

Location:
Zambia, Botswana, Mozambique, South Africa, Lesotho, Zimbabwe and Namibia

Policy:
1. Price - Included in our price is transport for the duration of the trip, all meals, unless otherwise stipulated (restaurants), professional and qualified field and fishing guides, tea and coffee, park entry fees, permits, boat hire and charters where necessary and all camping equipment. Our price does not include soft drinks, alcoholic beverages, tips and any special extra excursions (i.e. rafting), these are for the clients own expense.

2. Booking - Prospective clients are asked to contact our offices before making a booking to check availability of seats for their desired tour. Thereafter the online booking form must be completed and sent with a 50% deposit. Failure to pay the full amount before the tour or stipulated date will be regarded as a cancellation, and Tourette Fishing reserves the right to re-book the vacancy. Late bookings may be made depending on available space.

3. Cancellation Procedure - Tourette Fishing reserves the right to cancel any tour if the specified minimum number of passengers is not booked on the tour. In the event of tour being cancelled, the client may choose a full refund or alternatively any other tour that Tourette Fishing is in the position to offer. If the price of the alternative tour is less than the original tour booked. The difference will be refunded to the client. If the alternative tour is more expensive, then the client will be liable for the additional cost.

4. Group size and age - Group sizes range from 2 to 10 clients. Tourette Fishing prefers to travel with smaller groups, thereby offering all of our client’s individual attention, when fishing and whilst in wilderness areas. Due to the physical nature and youthful mentality of Tourette Fishing tours we recommend our tours to the 18 to 50 year age group. Older and younger clients are welcome subject to proof of required physical ability.

5. Currencies - Clients must realize that most African countries have certain currency restrictions with which they must familiarize themselves before traveling.

6. Rescue and Medical Assistance - In the unlikely event of rescue and medical assistance being needed, the client shall be liable for the entire cost thereof, unless covered by insurance.

7. Accommodation - We camp at the majority of our destinations, however we do make use of lodges, cabins, bungalows and sometimes, even sleep wild under the stars.

Packages:
Tiger Fishing Safaris:

Meercats Tiger safari:

Cost: USD 120 p/day
Destination: Lower Zambezi (Zimbabwe)
Season: September to April
Duration: Minimum 4 days
Accommodation: Tourette Fishing Fisherman’s Cottage
Camp details: A rustic, camp situated in the Urungwe Safari Area. Excellent sport fishing and game viewing opportunities. Spectacular river views. Angling (species and methods): Tiger fish, chessa, nkupe, bottlenose, tilapia and vundu. Artificial lures, fly fishing, live baits and drift baits are all extremely productive. Pick up and drop off point: Harare (Zimbabwe) / Lusaka (Zambia)
Other Activities: Apart from the excellent sport fishing opportunities you have the opportunity to view African game first hand as all fishing take place in the Urungwe Safari area. Mana Pools National Park is half a days drive from the camp and can be incorporated into your sport fishing safari. Game drives, undowner river cruises are also available. Superb bird watching opportunities.

Upper Zambezi Island Tiger Safari:

Cost: USD 170 p/day
Destination: Upper Zambezi/Chobe Rivers (Botswana/Zambia)
Season: July to December
Duration: Minimum 4 days
Accommodation: Tented camp
Camp details: A truly spectacular camp (exclusive to Tourette Fishing) located on a small island (600x300) just above the confluence of the Chobe and Zambezi Rivers. One hour boat trip from Kasane (Botswana) to reach camp. This camp is undeniably one of the most pristine, wild and undeveloped in Africa. Bird watches and fisherman’s paradise. Angling (species and methods): Tiger fish, numerous tilapia spp. (incl. nembwe), catfish and pike. Fly fishing and artificial lures are generally the most productive. At times live bait (bulldogs) and drifted fillets will be used. Pick up and drop off point: Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe/Zambia).

Other activities: Sundowner cruises and game walks. The world renowned Chobe Game Reserve and Victoria Falls are close by and definitely worth visiting.

Okavango Delta Tiger Delight:

Cost: USD 180 to USD 220 p/day depending on accommodation preferences.
Destination: Okavango Delta (Botswana)
Season: August to December
Duration: Minimum 4 days
Accommodation: Tented camp
Camp details: Guma Lagoon Camp is situated along the banks of the Guma Lagoon which is found on the North Western side of the Okavango Delta. Hidden amongst thick bush and beautiful trees, Guma is a birdwatchers haven. A forty minute boat trip from the Chobe River. Angling (species and methods): Tiger fish, numerous tilapia spp (incl. nembwe), catfish and pike. Fly fishing and artificial lure fishing is most commonly practiced. At times live baits and drift baits are used. Pick up and drop off point: Maun (Botswana)
Other activities: Bird watching opportunities are fantastic. We will have the chance of spotting such rare birds as the Pels Fishing owl, White Backed Night Heron and African Skimmers. Mokoro (dugout canoes) trips and night drives (on motorized boats) through the meandering delta waterways are also available.

Kariba House Boat tiger Safari:

Cost: USD180 p/day
Destination: Lake Kariba, Matusadona National Park (Zimbabwe).
Season: All year
Duration: Minimum 4 days
Accommodation: Sundrifter House Boat
Camp details: Sundrifter house boat. Sleeps 16. On suite rooms, bar, open deck up stairs, and bathing cage. Very Comfortable.
Angling (species and methods): Tiger fish, chessa, nkupe, bottlenose, tilapia and vundu. Artificial lure (spoons and spinners), fly fishing, trolling, live baits and drift baits are all used depending on conditions and angler preference. Pick up and drop off point: Harare (Zimbabwe)
Other activities: Game viewing excursions, water sports.

Lower Zambezi Tiger Safari:

Cost: USD 220 to USD 280 p/day depending on accommodation preferences.
Destination: Lower Zambezi (Zambia)
Season: October to April
Duration: Minimum 4 days
Accommodation: Lodge
Camp details: Situated roughly 40 km down stream from Chirundu, opposite Mana Pools National Park, and upstream from the Lower Zambezi National Park in Zambia. Excellent sport fishing and game viewing opportunities. Spectacular river views. Angling (species and methods): Tiger fish, chessa, nkupe, bottlenose, tilapia and vundu. Artificial lures, fly fishing, live baits and drift baits are all extremely productive. Pick up and drop off point: Lusaka
Other activities: Game drives and walks in the Lower Zambezi National Park, canoe safaris, and sun-downer cruises.

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Supplier Information
Location: South Africa
Joined InfoHub: Apr 2005
Client Request Served: 80

Tourette Fishing is dedicated to building and guiding customized overland sport fishing tours throughout Southern and East Africa. Our aim is to incorporate pristine sport fishing destinations with untouched wildlife reserves, and a fair amount of adventure on the side. Our core areas of operation are South Africa,...

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