Fishing Expedition to St Brandon
The Saint Brandon atoll consists of over 50 small islands, endless sand flats, reef sections, and coral atolls where Bonefish, Indo Pacific Permit, Giant Trevally, and Bluefin Trevally, are in abundance.
For both fly and conventional anglers, Saint Brandon is a true Bonefish mecca with vast white sand flats, perfect for big schools of Bonefish to sneak up on and feed on crabs, shrimps and other crustaceans.
Due to the shallow and clear water, fish are easy to spot and if you miss a shot you can be rest assured there will be plenty more to come. Unlike many other Bonefish destinations where the flats are normally soft and muddy, Saint Brandon consists of firm sand and reef flats, perfect for wading.
Several species of Trevally also frequently visit the shallow flats and reef sections offering you a chance to cast your popper or stickbait direct into the line of fire. St Brandon is notoriously known to hold larger than the average GT right on these flats. When it comes to trophy size GT on the flats, St Brandon will not disappoint.
If you fancy some jigging and insane popping in the deeper drop off and pinnacles further away from the atoll then our world class guides will put you on the spot in no time. All you need to do is HOLD ON TIGHT!!!
ONLY 200 Permits delivered by the authorities for foreigners yearly.
Due to these waters being very much untouched, they hold some true MONSTERS!! Make sure you bring those back up spools.
To top it all off, a bucket full of crayfish for the BBQ is a must do to wrap up the day and share some good laughs and the talk about the one that got away.
But one thing for sure… When you wake up the next morning, St Brandon will be WAITING!
Post Covid Health requirements valid as from 15th of July 2021
The island will be opening in phases during 2021.
Phase 1. From 15 July to 30 September 2021, will enable vaccinated travellers to enjoy a resort holiday on the island but tourists will be confined to the hotel compound for 14 days.
The phase that concerns travellers wishing to visit St Brandon is Phase 2.
Phase 2. From the 1st of October 2021, vaccinated travellers will be allowed entry without restrictions upon presentation of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before departure.
The announcement follows the acceleration of the vaccination campaign and the progress made towards herd immunity by the end of September. Frontliners of the tourism industry were prioritised during the vaccine rollout. This enables a prompt and safe restart of the Mauritius tourism industry.
Medical & Health Requirements
Each participant will be asked to subscribe to a Mandatory emergency medical evacuation insurance with Global rescue.
Everyone travelling to Mauritius must have a passport valid for at least 6 months beyond the end of travel.
Terms of Payment
A 50% deposit must be received on confirmation of the dates and full payment must be received at least 4 weeks prior to departure. If the deposit is not made upon confirmation of dates, the company has the right to give the booking dates to another group.
If a trip is cancelled by the clients less than 4 weeks prior to departure, the deposit will be forfeited. If a trip is cancelled less than 2 week prior to departure for unreasonable reasons*, the total amount will be forfeited.
Please note that a deposit of MUR 50,000 is requested in case of breakage or loss of equipment. This amount will be refunded on the client’s return to Mauritius. In case of loss or breakage of equipment due to client’s negligence, the company will use the money to cover for repairs.
If a trip is cancelled by the company due to bad weather or another unforeseen event, the client will be refunded in full.
The company reserves the right to decide if a cancellation is made on reasonable grounds. Reasonable cancelation may include bad weather or other unforeseen events.
If one of catamarans is not operational for unforeseen reasons, another boat will be made available.
Please contact us for available slots and for season 2022 and 2023 expeditions dates.