Cosmoledo Atoll Liveaboard//Seychelles

Quick Facts

  • Price: $13,950 // 7 nights / 6 days fishing
  • Fish Species: Trevally, Bonefish, Milkfish, Triggerfish, Permit, much more
  • Seasonality: November – December and March – April
  • Location: Seychelles – Indian Ocean

1000 MILES OFF EAST COAST OF KENYA – INDIAN OCEAN

Travel to Seychelles is surprisingly easy for North American travelers. Nearly all guests now travel to Victoria, Seychelles (SEZ) via Dubai, United Arab Emirates, with Emirates Airlines. Fares are very affordable and connections are civilized. There are also numerous flight options available via Western Europe including London, Paris and Frankfurt.

Cosmoledo Atoll is situated 560 nautical miles SW of Mahe. Guests take a 3-hour flight from Mahe to Astove Atoll or Assumption, where they are met by the Alphonse Fishing Co crew and transferred to the luxury catamaran, the SY Lone Star. The yacht immediately departs on the 3-hour sail to Cosmoledo Atoll.

GIANT TREVALLY, BONESFISH, MILKFISH, TRIGGERFISH, PERMIT, BLUEFIN TREVALLY, MUCH MORE

Cosmoledo’s large white sand flats, lagoon edges and channels are without question ruled by the notorious giant trevally, so much so that it is often referred to as planet earth’s GT headquarters! GT’s are however not the only species found here in fantastic numbers. Bonefish, milkfish, the finicky Indo-Pacific permit and a host of triggerfish species (and much more) all call Cosmoledo home and hence make this a truly special fishing destination.

COSMOLEDO ATOLL IS IS OPEN NOVEMBER-DECEMBER, CLOSED FOR A BREAK JANUARY-MID FEBRUARY, AND THEN OPEN AGAIN LATE FEBRUARY – MID APRIL

The island is closed mid-April through October to rest the fishery and avoid the monsoon season. Fishing is optimal during all months the operation is open. There is really no “best time” to go, however understanding tides is critical when picking your week relative to what species you want to target and the style of fishing you prefer. We will walk you through tidal analysis and pick the best week for you and your group.

If you like saltwater fly-fishing, the most beautiful flats environment on earth, and have a pulse, the Seychelles is right for you! Cosmoledo is a Giant Trevally angler’s dream come true, and the diversity of other species is truly unmatched. It is a “wading trip,” so clients are encouraged to be fit enough to wrangle with big fish and walk the flats daily. The travel involved from North America is actually very civilized – so that should not deter folks normally turned off by long distance destination fishing. It is right ONLY for dedicated anglers looking for something exotic.

$13,950 (shared cabin) or $14,950 (private cabin)

per person inclusive of six days guided fishing, round trip charter flights to/from Cosmoledo, meals, and accommodations. Additional expenses include but are not limited to international airfare to Seychelles, bar tab, fishing equipment & tackle, phone and laundry service, and gratuities. (See Rates for Details)

You the client don’t pay a penny for our travel services! Our destination recommendations, organization, and pre-trip planning services are completely free of charge – and oftentimes less expensive than booking direct with a lodge or outfitter. We can assist with every question, concern, or special request related to your adventure at zero cost!

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Cosmoledo Atoll, a raised coral atoll, is one of the most remote fishing destinations in the world, situated 560 nautical miles SW of Mahe Island. In recent years, Cosmoledo has become known as the best Giant Trevally fishery in the world and has become the benchmark for anglers searching for the ultimate saltwater flats destination full of hungry GTs. The sheer numbers and variety of fish species have amazed the fly fishing world, with anglers from across the globe lining up to sample the ultimate fishing playground. Giant Trevally are not the only species that can found here in fantastic numbers. Bonefish, milkfish, the finicky Indo-Pacific permit and a host of triggerfish species all call Cosmoledo home. The Cosmoledo Group is comprised of a larger white sand lagoon surrounded by 18 islands, numerous pancake flats and two main channels. This dreamlike fishery is made accessible to eight anglers each week on board the luxury 85’ sailing catamaran, S.Y. Lone Star . . . one of the largest and most comfortable sailing catamarans in the Seychelles.

Destination Details

Destination Description

While the fly fishing community has considered Seychelles the Shangri-La of all saltwater fishing destinations for over a decade, this tiny island nation in the middle of the Indian Ocean is still one of the world’s best-kept secrets. Over eighty-five of its one hundred fifteen islands are still uninhabited, and approximately fifty percent of the country is designated as national parks or reserves, preserving its natural beauty for those who visit. Ninety percent of the country’s population (80,000) lives on the capital island of Mahe, where the international airport is located.

Seychelles is located a thousand miles off the east coast of Kenya, a few degrees south of the equator and north of Madagascar in the heart of the Indian Ocean. Formerly a French settlement and a British colony since 1814, the Seychellois achieved independence in 1976 and remain a republic within the British Commonwealth. The island chain has an enormous diversity in geography and culture. The Seychellois people are a mix of French, English, African and Asian and speak several different languages with French, English, and Creole as the predominant dialects. Geographically, it seems the islands themselves are a combination of the Caribbean and the Pacific. Some islands in the Archipelago are reminiscent of the white, powdery sand of the Bahamas or Yucatan, while others are made of solid granite cliffs and rocky bluffs similar to Hawaii. The flora and fauna are equally as bizarre with an abundance of bird life, exotic land creatures such as the giant land tortoise, and of course a collage of all types of marine life.

Cosmoledo Atoll is a raised coral atoll that is 17km long and 12.5km wide, situated 560 nautical miles SW of Mahe (a 3 hour flight). In past years, Cosmoledo has become known as the best GT fishery in the world and has become the benchmark for anglers searching for the ultimate saltwater flats destination full of hungry GT’s. The sheer numbers and variety of fish species have amazed the fly fishing world, with anglers from across the globe queuing up to sample the ultimate fishing playground. It is a rare opportunity and privilege to gaze into a world virtually unchanged by modern times. The Cosmoledo Group is comprised of a large white sand lagoon that is 8.2 meters deep, surrounded by 18 islands, numerous pancake flats and two main channels. Menai and Wizard islands occupy the Eastern and Western points and were named after the two ships that explored the atoll on the Moresby Expedition in 1822. South Island stands near the main entrance to the inner lagoon, while the second smaller entrance is just south of Menai. The Northern islands are interspersed with numerous islets and banks, all of which see good numbers of large fish.

The Fishing

Each day the team is split up into groups of two anglers per skiff and guide. The four purpose built Mini-Mahe skiffs are left on anchorage at Cosmoledo atoll and are skippered by the experienced, world class and professional Alphonse Fishing Co guides. Each guide has first aid experience and is extremely experienced in all facets of fly-fishing these remote saltwater destinations. All the guides communicate with each other during the day to update each other on tides, water levels and fish found at different parts of the fishery. Their passion and dedication is infectious and rest assured they will definitely go the extra mile in search of your fish of a lifetime.

Many anglers are allured half way around the word to the Seychelles in search of the dozens of species found at Cosmoledo. The mainstay-targeted species are five species of trevally, bonefish, triggerfish, permit, barracuda, parrotfish, and the powerful milkfish. During certain tides, the bonefish literally pour off the white sandy flats, where ten, twenty and thirty fish sessions are not uncommon. The diversity of other non-typical gamefish species is staggering as well. While dredging with sinking lines off the edge of the atoll, some clients have reported landing over fifty species a week including yellowfin tuna, surgeonfish, lemon shark, grouper, dogtooth tuna, and every kind of reef fish imaginable. Other than the optional dredging session during slack tidal periods, nearly 100% of all fishing in the lagoon is done wading.

Here is the daily routine: Wake up at 7:00 a.m., breakfast at 7:30, board your skiff at 8:30 a.m. for fishing (can be tide dependent). Clients will choose between a packed lunch or a lunch onboard the yacht. Boat runs are rarely more than 10-15 minutes, and your fly line will be in the water by 9:00 a.m. at the latest. Guides always give a brief orientation and chat up the day’s game plan relative to what species you want to target, the expected tide, and fishing conditions. After a full day of fishing you return to the yacht between 4 p.m.-5 p.m., with cocktails at 6:30, dinner at 7:00, and off to bed at 9-10. This regimented routine makes the week fly by.

GIANT TREVALLY

The Giant Trevally (Caranx Ignobilis) is the true bad ass of all game fish. His round head, broad shoulders, and elaborate fins are built for speed and power, and he has no predators other than large sharks and humans. He literally eats everything, and his incredible eyesight combines with his quickness to make him a lethal hunter. While adults spend much of their life in deeper water, fish well over 100 pounds often feed on the flats in skinny water or cruise in riding the waves on the reef to ambush unsuspecting prey. There is nothing more impressive than watching through the face of a wave as a big GT surfs his way inside the reef. The combination of hurried panic to cast and huge dosage of adrenalin is very addictive. There is also no eat more impressive than the mighty GT. The deliberate and crushing speed of the monster when he zeroes in on your fly is scary to the point where you almost don’t want him to eat it! Once you witness the spectacle that is the “JEET”, it gets in your blood, and you become obsessed with trying to find one a bit bigger than the last one.

Five species of trevally are found in the Seychelles with the golden, bluefin and giant trevally most prevalent. The giant trevally is about as crazed and hard fighting as any gamefish on the planet . . . you had better come prepared. 80-100 pound straight fluorocarbon for your leader, 5/0 – 8/0 hooks, and 80 pound gel spun backing is the norm. GTs over 50 pounds often require you to be chasing them in a skiff as landing one on foot is nearly impossible without a 14 weight and lots of luck. They are truly an incredible fish. “GTs” or “Jeets” (as the South Africans and Seychellois call them) are most often found at low tide cruising the cuts and channels around coral heads and surrounding the flats in search of baitfish and other prey. Half of the time anglers will cruise in the skiff looking for giant trevally, however, a walk out to a reef can also be a fruitful way to get a shot at a trevally. At low tide anglers can stand just inside the reef and scan the incoming breakers for these hunting monsters and sight cast to cruising fish in the surf. On an incoming tide, you can also find trevally on the flat in very skinny water crashing bait at warp speed. Although visually the most impressive form of feeding (huge bow wakes and rooster tails) trevally in shallow water can spook easily. No matter where you encounter the giant trevally, their pure closing speed and aggressive feeding habits will intrigue all anglers. There is simply nothing more jaw-dropping than the eat of a big GT – and if you are lucky you won’t get spooled!

BONEFISH

The bonefish fishing in the Seychelles is the best on earth. Period. Nowhere else comes close. The majority of the areas fished for bonefish are on hard, white sand with minimal coral or grass growth. It is an idyllic setting for bonefishing with easy visibility and a nearly endless amount of targets in skinny water. Tidal fluctuations in the Seychelles are quite significant, and the day’s itinerary is built around accommodating the ebb and push of water on and off the flat. During a falling or rising tide, anglers typically wade looking for bones feeding their way on or off the flat. The population of bonefish is outstanding, easily rivaling any and all other bonefish destinations in the world. The average fish is a solid four pounds, with seven and eight-pound specimens encountered frequently. Double-digit fish are present; however should definitely be considered a real bonus trophy.

MILKFISH

One of the most sought after species on the flats is called the Milkfish (Chanos chanos). Although we have learned a lot about how to effectively hook and land these brutes, Milks still have lore about them. There is a common misnomer that they are herbivores or vegetarians exclusively. They feed on tiny invertebrates such as plankton as well as algae. They are not filter feeders, but they do skim along with mouths wide open inhaling their food (kind of like a whale shark). The hardest part about catching a milkfish is simply being in the right place at the right time for a predictable, surface feeding event with a large enough school of targets to increase the odds (which oftentimes won’t happen for weeks on end). Most often during large spring tides, milkfish will set up almost like trout feeding into the strong tidal currents flushing food off of the flats. Lucky anglers encounter them feeding on or near the surface with mouths wide almost mindlessly vacuuming everything in their path. Although they will certainly move to avoid your fly, they will definitely not move to eat your fly. Anglers fish with algae-like deer hair or craft fur patterns tied on a #2 Gamu hook and long slow strips through a school of milkfish. If the planets align, your fly will incidentally get sucked in and off to the races you go.

Although found throughout the Pacific and Indian Oceans, the milkfish that inhabit these waters are some of the largest in the world, and more importantly your guides pioneered how to catch them with regularity. Milkfish are similar in shape to bonefish, only reach up to thirty pounds and possess large sickle tails and huge eyes. When the milkfish are feeding on the surface, anglers present a grass or algae imitation and hope that one mistakes the green fly for a meal. When the fishing for milkfish is “on,” success rates hooking milks are actually quite high despite the rumors of them being extremely difficult to hook. Finding them feeding in the proper fashion on the surface is the hard part, but once discovered feeding cooperatively and consistently, they can be hooked with regularity. Some experienced guides say that a thirty pound milkfish will give a hundred pound tarpon a run for his money, so landing them is another story!

TRIGGERFISH

Other species encountered daily include three species of triggerfish found tailing on the tidal push. The three main triggerfish pursued are the Yellow Margin, The Giant aka Mustache, and the brilliant little Picasso. These colorful speedsters slowly and lazily cruise feeding mainly on crabs and other crustaceans on the outside flats. The presentation to triggerfish is quite technical, and reminiscent of trout fishing. A good drift and proper current are required to “feed” triggerfish. Once they eat your fly, hold on! Triggers are aptly named for the trigger like mechanism on their dorsal which literally locks them into holes and crevices in the surrounding coral heads. If you are lucky enough to land one, make sure to have a camera.

PERMIT

Another species found at Cosmoledo worth mentioning is the Indo-Pacific permit, or African Pompano (equally as spooky as its Atlantic cousins). Over the last 2 years the guides of the Alphonse Group (Cosmoledo, Astove and Alphonse) have more than tripled the number caught from the previous season by the development of some new fly crab patterns. Finding “Gold,” as the guides endearingly refer to them, usually happens on white sand flats either free swimming or on rays. It has been said that the ones traveling on the backs of ray are more likely to eat, but beware these permit are as tricky and sometime just down right frustrating as ones found in our part of the world. Again, although Seychelles has not historically been recognized as a rich permit fishery, we are encountering and catching more and more permit each year. What was once a super bonus a handful of times each season, targeting permit is now considered part of the usual program.

OTHER SPECIES

Other species worth mentioning are the enormous barracudas, all types of jacks, groupers, snappers, emperors, surgeonfish, and the colorful parrotfish. Bring all your fly rods because you never know what species will present itself.

DREDGING

During certain slack tides and if anglers desire to “do something different,” great success can be had by dredging the edges of the atoll. Dredging is a method in which the angler uses a 12wt (or 14wt) rod equipped with a 450-600grain sinking line. The fly line is completely stripped off the reel and thrown over the edge of the reef with a 6/0-8/0 large fly. Once the line has completely straightened and sunk, the angler rips (strips) back in the line as quickly as possible, often using the dispy doodle (double hand) method. Dredging has been known to raise up all kind of species such as grouper, huge GT’s, job fish, dogtooth tuna, yellowfin tuna, etc. Hold on, as these fish will definitely give you a run for your money and often if played too long will be munched on by a shark or two.

GUIDE STAFF

The guide staff consists of a mixture of Seychellois, South African, and Americans all with extensive experience in the world of saltwater fly-fishing and the Seychelles fisheries. Their appearance, enthusiasm, and knowledge of the fishing and the area is very impressive and professional. There are few saltwater fishing destinations in the world with such a salty crew of world-class guides and anglers. Anglers rotate guides throughout the week and access the flats in comfortable purpose built Mini-Mahe skiffs and with dry storage, cushioned seating, and reliable fifty horse Yamaha outboard motors. Safety is obviously very important in such a remote location. The guides are outfitted with waterproof radios and are very capable, always wear their kill switches and ensure anglers a safe experience.

Accommodations

The accommodations at Cosmoledo are an 85ft luxury sailing catamaran with a 39ft beam, making it one of the largest sailing catamarans in the Seychelles. This luxurious vessel was completely refitted in 2015 and features a host of facilities you wouldn’t normally expect on a fishing trip to a location as remote as Cosmoledo Atoll. She is extremely stable, spacious and more importantly has a 1.85 meter draft that allows her to anchor inside the calm waters of Cosmoledo lagoon. She cruises at an average speed of 10knots making her the perfect platform when operating trips between Astove, Assumption and Cosmoledo Atolls. The Lone Star offers 5 en-suite guest cabins situated on either side of the saloon relaxing area. All cabins and indoor areas are fully air conditioned, allowing guests a chance to relax in a comfortable environment after a long day of fishing the flats. On the foredeck, she is spacious and boasts two large trampolines as well as numerous sun loungers for relaxing while enjoying a sundowner and magnificent view of the surroundings. The stern of the vessel has a covered outside dining area with a set of stairs (sugar scoops) leading down to the waters edge. This feature also allows for a safe and comfortable transfer from the skiffs to the main vessel. The crew consists of four Alphonse Fishing Co guides, as well as six Lone Star crew who cater for your every need. The chef prepares a mix of Creole and international food, incorporating fresh fish on a daily basis if requested. The program accommodates up to eight fly fishermen per trip, in either twin or single cabins, making it an extremely comfortable experience. Even though the Seychelles waters are considered safe, there will be security personnel on board at all times as a precaution.

CAPACITY

8 Anglers Per Week (based on shared guide / 2 single and 3 double room accommodations)

Travel

COSMOLEDO ISLAND RESORT OPERATES ON A THURSDAY – THURSDAY SCHEDULE

THE BEST WAY to travel from the United States to the Seychelles is via Dubai, UAE on Emirates Airlines, but can be accomplished via London, Paris or Frankfurt with Air Seychelles.

Emirates Airlines is perhaps the world’s greatest airline with new and comfortable aircraft, hospitable flight attendants, excellent food, spacious seating, incredible in-flight entertainment and very economical fares. The last several seasons we have booked fares with Emirates for less than $2000 round trip from Texas with a FREE hotel stay in Dubai compliments of Emirates Airlines with the purchase of a Business or First class ticket and/or if you have a layover of 12 hours or more.

After spending either Tuesday or Wednesday evening in Dubai (guests are encouraged to arrive in Mahe a full day before the charter flight to outer islands), enjoy a fun dinner in town or relaxing at the huge Mall-like Dubai airport lounge. Anglers depart on Emirates Airlines for a four-hour direct flight to Mahe, Seychelles arriving early morning on Wednesday or Thursday. Once in Mahe, guests will either check in to the Eden Bleu Hotel (special rates available through Alphonse Fishing Co) for the evening (with a Wednesday arrival) or transfer straight (with Thursday arrival) to the IDC hanger for a short layover before catching the 3-hour charter flight to either Assumption or Astove Atoll around 11:00AM. The island operates a beautiful twin engine Beechcraft turboprop for the flight to/from Astove or Assumption with a refuel stop on Alphonse Island.

After the 3-hour flight to Astove Atoll or Assumption, guests will be met by the Alphonse Fishing Co crew and transferred to the SY Lone Star. The yacht will then immediately depart on the 3-hour sail to Cosmoledo Atoll, situated 18 nautical miles away. On the last evening the S.Y Lone Star will sail back to Astove or Assumption, where the IDC charter flight will collect the group for their 3-hour flight back to Mahe.

Sample Itinerary

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES ROUTING

TUESDAY

Depart U.S. on overnight flight to Dubai with Emirates Airlines. There are daily direct flights from Dallas, Houston, San Francisco, and New York. Flight time is approximately 15 hours.

WEDNESDAY

Arrive in Dubai mid afternoon or evening. Spend the evening exploring the city and/or resting in the business class lounge or a hotel room at the Millennium Hotel five minutes from the airport.

THURSDAY MORNING

Return to the airport at approximately midnight to catch flight to Seychelles departing at 2:30AM and arriving around 7:00AM. Upon arrival in the Seychelles, travelers go through customs and then transfer over to the IDC hanger for charter flight to Astove/Assumption departing mid morning. After arrival to the S.Y. Lonestar, anglers are given a brief orientation discussing the next six full days of angling. Dinner and overnight on the yacht.

FRIDAY – WEDNESDAY

Six full fishing days at Cosmoledo Atoll.

THURSDAY

A mid-day charter flight returns anglers to Mahe with ample time for connection with Emirates Airlines flight departing that evening for Dubai.

FRIDAY

Early morning arrival back in Dubai in time for easy connection with Emirates Airlines back to Dallas, Houston, San Francisco or New York.

EUROPEAN ROUTING

For anglers traveling through Europe, you must depart on an evening “red-eye” flight (10 hours) with Air Seychelles on Sunday night and arrive in Victoria, Mahe Island the following morning (Monday).

TUESDAY

Depart U.S. on overnight flight to London or Paris.

WEDNESDAY

Arrival in London or Paris mid-morning. Spend the day exploring the city and/or resting in a hotel room. Depart on evening “red-eye” flight to Mahe, Seychelles with Air Seychelles on ten-hour direct flight.

THURSDAY

Upon arrival in the Seychelles, travelers go through customs and then transfer over to the IDC hanger for charter flight to Astove/Assumption departing mid morning. After arrival to the S.Y. Lonestar, anglers are given a brief orientation discussing the next six full days of angling. Dinner and overnight on the yacht.

FRIDAY – WEDNESDAY

Six full fishing days at Cosmoledo Atoll.

THURSDAY

A mid-day charter flight returns anglers to Mahe with ample time for connection with Air Seychelles flight back to London or Paris usually departing around 10:00PM.

FRIDAY

Early morning arrival back in London or Paris. Travelers can connect on to U.S. and arrive home Sunday afternoon or elect to overnight prior to returning home the following day.

When to Go

THE COSMOLEDO ATOLL IS OPEN NOVEMBER-DECEMBER, CLOSED FOR A BREAK JANUARY-MID FEBRUARY, AND THEN OPEN AGAIN LATE FEBRUARY – MID APRIL

The island is closed mid-April through October to rest the fishery and avoid the monsoon season. Fishing is optimal during all months the operation is open. There is really no “best time” to go, however understanding tides is critical when picking your week relative to what species you want to target and the style of fishing you prefer. We will walk you through tidal analysis and pick the best week for you and your group.

The Atoll is closed for the windy and rainy season during the summer months. The windy and rainy season is well defined, starting abruptly in May and concluding abruptly in September. Because Seychelles Outer Islands are only seven degree south of the equator, the quality of the weather and fishing remains consistent throughout the season. There really is no “perfect time” to visit Cosmoledo while the season is open, however we always discuss tide charts for prospective weeks our clients are considering.

Temperatures remain warm year round in the eighties and nineties, even at night. The heat is never unbearable and a nice tropical breeze usually keeps things pleasant. Like all tropical destinations, rainstorms and breezy conditions can pop up at anytime, however persistent poor conditions are usually most prevalent during the summer months when the fishing operation is closed.

Non-Angling Activities

Fishing is the predominant activity at Cosmoledo Atoll.

Rates

2017-2018 SEASON

SHARED OCCUPANCY/ SHARED GUIDE – $13,950 / PERSON

SINGLE OCCUPANCY/ SHARED GUIDE – $14,950 / PERSON

SINGLE FISHING SUPPLEMENT – $3000 (MAX OF 2 SINGLES PER WEEK)

WHAT’S INCLUDED

Seven Nights accommodations on the S.Y. Lonestar
Six Days of Guided Fishing w/ Shared Guide;
All meals, water, soft drink, coffee and tea
Round-trip Air Charter to/from Mahe/Astove or Assumption
Water transportation to/from Cosmoledo Atoll

WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED

International Airfare to Victoria, Mahe Island, Seychelles
All Alcoholic Beverages
Guide and Staff Gratuity
All Fishing Equipment & Tackle
Telephone and Internet Charges
Flies and other Fishing Equipment
Travel Insurance
Conservation Donation: USD $175
Baggage Overweight Charges
Laundry Service & Items of Personal Nature
Mahe – Meals, Transportation & Accommodations (when applicable)
Departure Tax from Mahe (usually covered in your airline ticket price)
Dubai, London or other – Hotel Room and general travel expenses in (when applicable)

TERMS & CONDITIONS

Tailwaters Travel must adhere to the cancellation policies of the guides, outfitters and lodges which it represents. Cosmoledo Liveaboard policy follows: A 50% deposit of is required within fourteen days to confirm reservations. Full pre-payment is due 90 days prior to departure for Seychelles. A 10% fee shall be levied if cancellation is made more than 180 days prior to arrival. A 10% fee shall be levied if the reservation is moved to an alternative date within the same season. A fee of 50% shall be levied if cancellation is between 180 and 90 days prior to arrival. A fee of 100% shall be levied if cancellation is 90 days or less prior to arrival. No refund will be made for unused land arrangements included in cost. Any trip booked within ninety days will require full and non-refundable payment to confirm arrangements. Refunds of deposits/payments made on credit cards will be charged a 3.5% service charge to fully compensate Tailwaters Travel for all bank charges incurred. Receipt of deposit and/or final payment is acknowledgment that registrant has read and accepts the cancellation, refund and responsibility clauses.

INDEMNITY & INSURANCE

All activities require the client to sign an indemnification upon arrival. All clients require travel insurance to cover costs incurred due to flight delays for any reason. All clients require “From Scene of Accident Medivac Insurance.”

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