You can fish in the Quirimbas Archipelago of Mozambique near Ibo Island. There are big game fish to be had when you stay at Ibo Island Lodge.
Dolphins, whales, turtles and the occasional shy dugong are found here in this remote region if the East African coast. And yes, the biggest Dogtooth Tuna fishing catches occur between Ibo and Matemo Islands!
It is true that shrubs of unbleached coral reefs are commonly found in the shallow depths surrounding Ibo. And that Ibo Island has a lost world appeal, hidden on the edge of the Quirimbas Archipelago and hosting legends centuries old.
For your turn to do some big game fishing, please contact our Head Office and find out our rates and options.
Ibo Island Lodge works with various specialist fishing, dive live aboard and yacht charter partners to bring you fantastic special interest fishing, diving and yacht charter opportunities in the Quirimbas Archipelago!
And you will see local fisherman still casting their nets and lines along hundreds of kilometres of winding channels and mangrove lagoons from Arab style dhows, hand-hewn from trees.
Book this scuba diving special deal to see the fish up close:
7 nights Ibo Island Lodge Diving Package for only US$2190 per person sharing!
This irresistible price includes:
- Meet and Greet in Pemba
- 6 dives (4 local & 2 far) with use of equipment
- Refreshing non-alcoholic cocktail on arrival
- 7 night accommodation at Ibo Island Lodge in a garden facing room
- All meals (drinks excluded)
- Morning wake up coffee/tea brought to your room
- Transfer daily to a private sandbank beach
- Guided historical and cultural tours of the island
- Medical evacuation insurance
We recommend you book one of Ibo Island Lodge’s spectacular island hopping dhow safaris. In this way you can combine the best big game fishing experiences with serene sailing around some of the most beautiful islands in the world.
Ssport fishing is big at Ibo Island Lodge – a whole new industry which has hit the archipelagos with a bang. Come and try to lure charismatic game fish to your boat somewhere around the deep Mozambique Channel. Here you will find Snappers, Barracuda, Queenfish, Kingfish, King and Queen Mackerel, tuna, Dorado, Wahoo, Sailfish, Shortbill spearfish and Black, Blue and Striped Marlin.