Many fishermen brag about their exploits, but there aren't many that can say they have been fishing in the Galapagos Islands. Fortunately, we organize sportfishing charter tours to various locations in the waters of the Galapagos Islands. On our custom Galapagos Island Sportfishing Tours you can fish for a variety of offshore species including Tuna, Wahoo and Grouper or you can try throwing a line at some big-game Marlin.* We can also incorporate a snorkeling lunch stop in a secluded bay nearby where you can have some fresh ceviche made from your day's catch (if you've had any luck). The different Galapagos Island Sportfishing locations are listed below.
Tour Highlights and Inclusions:
Private boat with local fishing guide.
All rods, reels and tackle provided.
Lurecast, troll or handline for a variety of species.
Fresh ceviche and sashimi prepared onboard.
Family friendly tours with snorkeling and swimming opportunities.
Family Friendly Galapagos Sportfishing Charters
Openwater sport fishing with openwater and beach snorkeling opportunities. These tours are ideal for families and people that want to experience more than just openwater fishing. All destinations can include beach landings and snorkeling or primarily a focus on fishing. Species: Yellowfin Tuna, Wahoo, Grouper and Dolphin
Destinations: Nameless Island with Playa Palmas - Daphne Major & Pinzon Islands with Playa Borrero - Santa Fe Island & Playa Escondida
Big-Game Marlin Galapagos Sportfishing Charters
Openwater heavy tackle Marlin fishing for serious anglers. Stand-up tackle is the most common method of angling for Marlin. No experience is required and all gear and tackle is provided. You only need to bring sunscreen and good luck. Marlin fishing in the Galapagos Islands is world renown and also strictly regulated by the government. Therefore, all Marlin Sportfishing in the Galapagos Islands is catch-and-release. Marlin in the Galapagos can range from 150-400+lbs depending on the species.
Species found in the Galapagos Islands: Striped, Black and Blue Marlin.