Your specialized tour operator in The Gambia for sport fishing, birdwatching and hunting holidays in West Africa. We have over two decades of experience in tourism with the capability to deliver and ensure you have a memorable experience. We constantly respond to the demands and needs of our customers and try to tailor- made our […]Read More
After some years of break from the annual trade and tourism show in Nigeria, Destination Gambia has re-joined the Akwaaba African Travel Market as part of the Gambia Tourism Board’s quest in projecting the country as an all-year-round tourism destination to prospective Nigerian investors, visitors and holidaymakers. Gambia re-joined the international travel exhibition in April […]Read More
Ambient beaches, palm trees, and a sunny climate are just a few elements that place Saint-Louis, which is the third city in Senegal, a major tourist attraction. With its many ancient buildings, this city is in addition classified as the world heritage site by the UNESCO. Saint-Louis is a city deeply rooted in history by both […]Read More
Guinea Bissau can truly be described as anglers paradise , Multi method , and multi species . World record sized Tarpon, Myriad shoals of Jack , Snappers , Groupers , Cobia , Huge rays , Barracuda , Leerfish all caight in testing conditions , around rocks ,wrecks and Islands . This is a true test of […]Read More
Acunda Island is a true unspoilt paradise, a tiny island in the Bijagos Archipelago, you can walk around the island in 5 minutes and fish from anywhere, including your cabin, and the bar area. Forget the rest of the world, and surround yourself with some of the best fishing on the planet, a huge diversity of species and methods and excellent hospitality throughout your stay.
Popper and livebait fishing is exceptional, every fish in Guinea Bissau is angry and none will ever give up the fight easily. Add to this the chances of world record cobia, jacks and tarpon and you have what can only be described as a fisherman’s paradise.
My third trip to Acunda island Guinea Bissau, well what can I say Tarpon to 100kgs, Hammerhead shark to 180kgs Jacks, Snappers, Leerfish and Pompanos to 17kgs.Natou and Samba the two boat skippers were brilliant. What a fantastic adventure some of the best fishing I have ever experienced.