Farquhar Island, located in the outer Seychelles some is one of the great remote experiences in Seychelles. Famously known for its large Giant Trevally, Napoleon Wrasse and Bump-head Parrotfish it has a great diversity of fly fishing opportunities from the flats, reef edge, and Bluewater.
The simple yet comfortable land-based guesthouse on Farquhar offers a great base to explore the large lagoon, inshore reef and Bluewater options catering up-to ten anglers per week in air-conditioned comfort with Wi-Fi now available.
Primary flats species include Trevally, Bonefish, Triggerfish Indo-Pacific Permit, as well as Napoleon Wrasse, Bohar Snapper and many more available from the reef edges. Farquhar also provides some truly exceptional offshore fly-fishing to Milkfish, Sailfish, Barracuda, Wahoo, Yellowfin Tuna, Dogtooth Tuna and a host of other reef species easily accessed by boat.
The first part of the season traditionally runs from early October to late December and the second part from late February to early May with professional guide team. It is accessed by a short flight from Mahe.
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