Gabon - Africa's last eden!

Gabon is one of the African countries with the lowest population. Almost the entire country consists of dense rain forest and is not for nothing called "Africa's Garden of Eden". Fly with us to this unique fishing spot on Africa's West Coast.

Exemplary expedition schedule:

From your destination we’ll take a flight to Libreville and stay in a hotel for the first night. The next day you will take a domestic flight to Port Gentille and further on to Gamba. Here our speed boat is waiting for you which will take us on a two hours ride to the fishing lodge directly at the Ndogo River.

You’ll fish from boats and the shore for the next twelve full days. In Gabon there will be surf fishing next to fishing techniques such as popper and spin fishing. Usually you’ll fish with lighter spin rods and surface baits on the strong Longfin Jack Crevalles in the morning. This type of Jack occurs in true mass in the lagoon and delivers a brilliant light tackle fishing before breakfast. Depending on the tide, you’ll fish from the afternoon until nightfall in the estuary of the Ndogo. With the heavy spin and surf rods you’ll go after the capital Tarpons, Guinean Snappers, Giant African threadfins and Guitarfish.

During our last visit, we experienced a unique spin fishing at the river mouth. For three hours, every throw brought a fish! Including capital Tarpons, Meagres, Giant African threadfins as well as Guinean Snappers. For us it had been the most spectacular fishing we had ever experienced. Gabon is the perfect fishing adventure and offers a unique backdrop and of course a sensational sports fishing!

After the twelve full days of fishing, you will fly back to Libreville, stay another night in a hotel and fly out the next day back to your home destination.

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In addition to the fantastic fishing Gabon is also famous for its countless forest elephants. You see them regularly when fishing on the headland or while crossing the lagoon. Gabon is spectacular in all points and one of our highlight expeditions. After a few years of waiting, it is now time for you to take on this unique fishing expedition!

Travel Services Gabon

  • - 13 nights in our fishing lodge, full board
  • - 2 nights in a hotel, B&B
  • - domestic charter flight
  • - 12,5 days fishing with guide
  • - fishing licenses and transfers
  • - WWF national park fees
  • - english speaking tour guide
  • - Photo- & Video documentation
  • - intern. Flights (appx. 600-800€) & Visa
  • - Tips*
  • - add. drinks & meals
  • - extra and sport luggage fees*
  • - travel insurance*
  • *optional/non-obligatory

Tour Price - Gabon

Gabon - Fishing Expedition

Price per person


Group size: 8

min. participants: 8

Dates 2023:

  • 03.01. - 21.01.2023

Booking Status - Gabon Fishing Expedition

Expedition 03.01. - 21.01.2021

Gabon - Videos

  • Up Next Fishing Gabon - Ep. I
    The first episode of an epic fishing series - Fishing Gabon! In this episode our five fishermen head out to catch some monsters at the river mouth and almost get spooled by a huge African Cubera... They also fish the lagoon for the crazy Longfin Crevalle Jack! - Stay tuned for the next episode!
  • Up Next Fishing Gabon - Ep. II
    In this episode the fishermen fish for monster bull sharks at the river mouth. It didn't take long until they hooked up to some real monster sharks! All sharks have been released unharmed...
  • Up Next Fishing Gabon - Ep. III
    In this episode the anglers fish the river mouth with their spining rods for huge tarpon, cubera, african giant threadfin and jacks. They also fish for guitar rays with their surfcast equipment.
  • Up Next Fishing Gabon - Ep. IV
    The last episode of Fishing Gabon takes you one more time to the river mouth, trying to catch some monster sharks from shore...
  • Up Next Africa's Last Eden
    This is our new movie about fishing huge fish from shore in Gabon, West Africa. The best fishing spot in Africa! Amazing nature and lots of lots of fish including african cuberas, african giant threadfins, guitar rays and tarpon.