ITINERARY AND RATE
This expedition takes you through the Casare River, exploring the diverse jungle fishing scenarios for golden dorado and the variety of species present.
Enjoying the comforts of Casare Camp, our guests will have a go at fishing key spots on the Casare River and its tributaries, concentrating on the
numerous runs and structure throughout. Guests have an option at one night spent out in a fly camp, to fish further upriver and have an overnight
experience in the jungle.
Friday: Arrive Viru Viru International Airport (code VVI). An Angling Frontiers representative will meet you and transfer you to Los Tajibos Hotel and Convention Center. Check in and rest for an early morning departure to the jungle. (night of hotel included in package price).
DAY ONE (Saturday): Have breakfast and then transfer to the charter flight for the 2.35 hour flight to the jungle airstrip. Arrive and begin transfer to the main camp (Approximately 3 hours canoe ride upriver). Arrive and get settled in your tents and geared up. Lunch and introduction briefing. After,
split into teams and begin fishing around the home beats until dark, then return for welcome dinner and rest.
DAY TWO (Sunday) - DAY SEVEN (Friday): Breakfast. Anglers will separate into teams, two or three per team (depending on group and
conditions), and will split up and fish different beats assigned every day based on our rotation, but also current weather and river conditions. Every
day we will cover various deep pools, submerged and overhanging structure and runs/riffles while navigating the river. Every day we will all return to
Casare Camp before dark. Dinner and rest at Casare Camp.
DAY EIGHT (Saturday): Breakfast. Then the group, all together, begin fishing their way downriver. Packed lunch on the go. Then late morning
arrival to the jungle airstrip for departure to Santa Cruz. (Departure to Santa Cruz is subject to being postponed due to external factors, such as weather,
Bolivia political reasons, among others. We consider your safety first, always, even if it means losing flights. Angling Frontiers will not be
responsible for any extra charges associated with any changes required there-forth.) Once in Santa Cruz, either a transfer directly to the International
Airport or, you will be transferred to the hotel. (2nd night included in the package).
DAY NINE (Sunday): Breakfast at hotel and transfer back to Viru Viru International Airport for you flight/connections back home. (Transfer to
airport included in package.)
Airport meet and greet by our Angling Frontiers representative,
accompanied escort to hotel for check in.
2 nights (the Friday night before your trip and next Saturday night when you return to Santa Cruz from the jungle) at the beautiful and luxurious 5-star Los Tajibos Hotel and Convention Center in Santa Cruz, with breakfastincluded. (Double occupancy rooms, but single rooms available for an extra $100) If
you need extra nights before or after the expedition, it can be arranged at an extra cost to you (hotel prices subject to change).
All airport<-->hotel transportation.
Round-trip private charter flights to jungle airstrip. (2.35hrs travel each way, simultaneous flight of 2 to 3 planes)
Professional English-speaking fly-fishing guides and local indigenous guides, guide operated boats.
Camp accommodations at fishing location, and fly camp equipment provided.
Laundry at main camp.
Chef and cooks preparing 3 meals/drinks a day in fishing areas. Soft drinks, and limited local beer and local liquor/wines included. (Bring your own specialty liquor and/or tobacco).
Heavy spinning and bait-casting fishing equipment available for clients who wish to try their luck with giant catfish in the deep pools.
Extra tackle and flies available for purchase at the main camp
Does NOT include
All commercial international air travel. Airport taxes and fees.
Extra hotel nights. (or room changes/upgrades)
Visa and travel expenses.
Indigenous territory fees ($550 per person).
Gratuities for our entire staff. We have a very large team dedicated to give you the best possible experience, split between Santa Cruz and the jungle camp. The recommended tip for the staff is 15-20% of the trip cost, per client, to be given to the manager. The cumulative tips will later be appropriately distributed to the staff.
Phone calls, satellite phone calls and any purchases of personal items.
Satellite internet out in Casare Camp is now set up and available. Most guests don't care for having internet out in the jungle, but for our guestswho do, $100 (per person) will get you use of it for the whole week.
Internet in the middle of the jungle wilderness is very hard to get, and even then, very expensive to have, even a decent connection. It will not be amazing internet, but you will be able to message home and even video chat and send some pictures, sometimes it can be good enough to make a post on social media, but it isn’t guaranteed. Emails sometimes don't fully
download. Be advised, it will not be city quality internet, but it will get you in communication with your loved ones, instant messaging and sending some pictures.
Any imported or specialty alcoholic beverages, cigars, cigarettes, etc.
Any meals or drinks outside of fishing areas.
Extra transportation outside of our trip logistics.
Per person (656,25 per day), sharing room and boat. Does not include international air tickets
Payment methods from abroad are made by bank transfer, or in cash. (All extra costs for international commissions and fees are paid by the customer)