Dates: 17th – 25th September, 2020
Inclusions: Seven night’s bungalow accommodation (twin share) in Aitutaki including continental breakfast daily, packed lunch, 5 days guided and one day self-guided fly fishing (twin share), return airport transfers, kayak use, return charter flight from Rarotonga to Aitutaki, one night Auckland (twin share) outbound, pre-trip guide and hosted guidance throughout.
Exclusions: International flights, evening meals and beverages, fishing license (NSD$50), gratuities, items of a personal nature, Fly gear and tackle.
Home to the big Bonefish and Giant Trevally Aitutaki is famous for, throw in a tropical lagoon setting that is renowned as being one of the most picturesque in the world, including top class guides and specialist flats boats and you have the making of a great Fly Fishing holiday destination.
Aitutaki is most famous for its magnificent coral lagoon, a highlight of any visit to the Cook Islands, and undoubtedly one of the most memorable sights in the South Pacific. Flying over the island from Rarotonga is an unforgettable experience; the vast lagoon spreads out below in a shining disc of jade-greens, turquoises and indigo blues, studded with 15 tiny islets and bright banks of coral just beneath the ocean’s surface.Read More
Director of Fly Odyssey Australia, “Jimmy” lives for Fly Fishing and Travel. When not at the desk, he leads and guides numerous hosted group trips around the world to destinations such as French Polynesia, Colombia, Kiritimati, Cook Islands, Cuba, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Australia. Well organised, his relaxed, but attentive and professional approach to our clients both on and off the water ensures that they are in good hands, while also placing an emphasis on teaching and guiding to ensure a memorable and enjoyable Fly Fishing holiday.
Based near Melbourne, James has been fly fishing throughout Australia and the world since first picking up a fly rod and learning the craft in Scotland more than 25 years ago. His love of the marine environment lead to an Honors degree in Aquatic Science including Dive master and tourism roles on the Great Barrier Reef, while also embracing working with local communities in the Pacific on fisheries conservation projects and the development of the Island Initiative.
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