Koh Samui Big Game Fishing Holiday
Koh Samui is situated in the Gulf of Thailand, which teems with a variety of fish like barracuda, white and red snapper, shark, cobia, mackerel, sailfish, grouper, gar, travel, queen fish and sting ray. For peoples who love to throw a line into the waters, we offer fully equipped boats ready to sail with our guides on board. If you love the taste of fresh fish, you can take your catch home and prepare it anyway you like. Nothing beats big game fishing in Koh Samui. It is a peaceful and relaxing way to enjoy nature and bond with family or friends. To place a hook in the water and to wait for that first nibble is a lesson in patience for sure; but the joy and anticipation of not knowing if you are about to land a world record fish or get hung up on a rock is a just reward. Normally, time spent fishing is always worth the trouble of rigging the line, trying to untangle a bird’s nest of fishing string or cleaning the fish afterwards. However, the good thing about going out fishing here on Samui is, that’s all done for you! Our big game fishing tour guides around ko Samui are old hands in the art of sport fishing. The Thais have been fishing these waters for centuries. They know just where to take the boat so that you will have excellent chance of catching a fish. Also, our guides do everything for you. They rig the lines, show you how to get the line in the water, tell you the signs to look for to indicate a fish is on your hook and even put the stinky squid on your hook for you; and when you do land the big one, they will take it off for you. So, all you have to do is sit back, relax and enjoy the best of fishing without any of the dirty work.
Koh Samui Big Game Fishing Holiday Inclusions: >> Roundtrip Transfer by mini-van from/to hotel in Samui Island >> Boat Tour >> English-speaking guide >> Sightseeing as described >> All Entrance Fees
Koh Samui is situated in the Gulf of Thailand, which teems with a variety of fish like barracuda, white and red snapper, shark, cobia, mackerel, sailfish, grouper, gar, travel, queen fish and sting ray.