You and your fishing gear need to meet the beautiful people of Nonouti, witness their wonderful culture and fish this stunning lagoon
Nonouti - a pristine lagoon A rare fishing and cultural experience
Tie 'n' Fly Outfitters are proud to be working with the communities of some of the remotest atolls in the world on a project sponsored by the United nations 'least developed communities fund’ facilitated by the Kiribati government to provide sustainable employment through ecotourism to enable people to stay on their home islands, thus preserving food stocks on the capital atoll Tarawa which is at risk of sea inundation and over population. We have put together our 2020 trips, centred around the full moon spawning aggregation on Nonouti where Gavin has been training local fisherman to be guides and exploring this beautiful lagoon. The package will give you the opportunity to Fish this beautiful remote atoll and witness the wonderful intact culture on this Kiribati Outer Island, whilst helping the people of Nonouti to have a sustainable income.
Tie ‘n’ Fly Outfitters will be hosting all the upcoming trips in 2020
The trip 7 days Nonouti cultural fishing package - $3,500
Give us a call or send us an email if you are up to challenging your flats fishing expertise and want to see for yourself the beautiful culture of Kiribati not seen anywhere else except these outer atolls.
Accommodation: 1 Night Tarawa - Shared Twin room, (optional Single supplement) (food and drinks not included in Tarawa). 7 nights on Nonouti – Option of; a Shared Twin room or single person Traditional Kiakia (purpose built for us with electric point, mosquito nets and bed). All meals and water whilst fishing included (excludes alcohol, tips gratuities and personal laundry).
Getting there: Domestic and international flights are not included; domestic flights are about $300 return Tarawa - Nonouti. International flights are about $1250 if booked early. We have worked with Air Kiribati to realign their domestic schedule to ensure the least possible travel time and layover is spent. The international flights align with domestic flights as much as possible. International flights are directly to Tarawa from Brisbane with a brief stopover of 1 1/2 hours in Naru. International flight arrives in Tarawa 7:30 pm – overnight in a hotel near the airport, 6:30 am the following morning we take a short 50 minuet flight to Nonouti. On our return we leave Nonouti at 7:30 am, 50 minute flight to Tarawa then our international flight back to Brisbane is at 10:30 am.
Fishing: Bonefish, Giant Trevally, 4 species of Triggerfish, big Bluefin Trevally, Hump Head Parrots and an abundance of reef fish Gear recommendations - Bonefish/Blue fin Trevally: 6, 7, 8 or 9 weight Rods with floating lines (bring spare lines) - Giant Trevally: 11 to 12 weight Rods with floating lines. Lines should have chunky tapers for turning over large flies and poppers (bring spare lines for your spare lines as well as band-aids and burn cream!)
Flights, alcohol, soft drinks, tips and gratuities and personal laundry – (food and drinks not included in Tarawa are not included in the price). Give us a call on +61 (0) 7 5444 0611 or send us an email for an info pack.
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