Join Montana Angler for a return trip to Agua Boa Lodge in Brazil. The lodge is located deep in in one of the Amazon's last remaining tracts of uncut and uninhabited rainforest. We will be targeting 5 species of peacock bass along with numerous other exotic game fish such as arowana, pacu and arapaima. Agua Boa was selected as one of the top 10 fishing lodges in the world by Forbes Magazine and has exclusive permits to fish a pristine clear water river system resulting in unparalleled site casting opportunities. We have enjoyed great fishing at Agua Boa on several recent hosted trips. This is truly an adventure that will impress all!
Agua Boa is also one of the only true "lodges" in the Amazon with a fishing focus, most of the other programs operate out of cramped boats. Our guests will enjoy large individual bungalows that each have a large porch, hammock and sitting area outside. Inside each bungalow has two double beds, a reading area, private bath, mini bar and table. This is a very difficult program to get into during prime dates due to the high rate of return clients at the lodge.
January 27th - depart US
January 28th - arrive Manaus Brazil (option to tour local sights)
January 29th - charter flight to lodge in morning - afternoon fishing
January 30th - fishing
January 31st - fishing
February 1st - fishing
February 2nd - fishing
February 3rd - fishing
February 4th - fishing
February 5th - late morning flight to Manaus - evening flight home
February 6th - arrive home in US
Trip Price $6300 plus $650 charter flight
Double occupancy room at lodge, beer and wine, charter flight from Manaus
Airfare to Manaus, flies and fly rods (rods can be rented and flies are available for purchase), liquor, accommodations and meals in Manaus before flying to the lodge and gratuities, Hotel room in Manaus, Global Rescue medical evacuation insurance is required by the lodge (can be purchased by the week), travel insurance is not included but we recommend considering it to protect your investment.
We suggest a tip of 15-20% in USD for the lodge staff and guides. Tips are split evenly among the guides and support staff. You do not need to leave any additional tips. Tips are left to the discretion of the angler. This is only a rough guideline for planning purposes. The lodge manager will collect the tips. Please bring cash for the gratuities.
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Please contact us to discuss the trip in more detail