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Hunting, shooting and fishing trips Comoros

Hunting and fishing trips in Comoros: known for trolling for blue marlin and yellowfin tuna under the view of the largest volcano in the world

The Comoro Islands are hidden between Madagascar and the continent of Africa in the southeast coast. The archipelago islands are mined with volcanoes, that includes the frightening yet glorious largest active volcano in the world, Mt Karthala. They are also surrounded by beaches at almost every corner tasseled with palm trees.

In the Indian Ocean, fish grow and grow in numbers and sizes including the king of waters, the blue marlin.< As a remote island often overlooked, Comoros is fantastic for trolling. Under the scent of ylang-luang that floats from the island, the line jerks and the chances are endless. A giant sailfish slapping the waters or a yellowfin tuna thrusting its muscled body, be prepared to hold tight. If you're looking for local traditions, hop into a wooden boat with a local and head out for some bottom fishing with stones as sinkers or night fishing under the starry night.

The species continue with giant trevally, dorado, jewfish and barracuda providing a great diversity of fishing.

Comoros is ideal for a relaxing fishing day out together with a soft holiday where the virginity of the beaches isn't stained by tourism and big hotel chains, but instead the giggles and friendly warmth of island locals.

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