per person, double occupancy
7 days/6 nights
3 days fishing
Multi Species Mecca
For the intrepid Amazon angler, Suriname offers a brand new world of jungle sportfishing, with some of the largest Red Tail Catfish in all South America, as well as other tropical species. Kabalebo Nature Resort is situated in the estuary of the Lucy River, under the great Misty Mountain. The only human presence in this untouched natural area is the resort created by owner Karel Dawson. The Kabalebo River flows like a mountain stream, lined by rainforest with rocky outcroppings carefully navigated by the lodge's staff. For fishing, wildlife and Amazon adventure, put Kabalebo on your list of places to explore.
Kabalebo Nature Resort
The Kabalebo River is an angler's paradise, teaming with fish. Among the sport species are red tail catfish weighing as much as 60 kg, giant traida (the national sportfish), pacu, surubin catfish, and of course the piranha.
7 days/6 nights
3 days fishing
(Call us for 2016 Season Rates)
7 days/6 nights/3 days fishing
3 anglers per boat: $2430 per person
9 days/8 nights/5 days fishing
3 anglers per boat: $3425 per person
$1500 per person
Our in-house travel agency can help you make your flight arrangements to Paramaibo. Note: airfares are subject to change and confirmed only at time of booking. Airline ticketing, refund, change and baggage restrictions may apply.
- Transfers between Paramaribo Airport and hotel
- Arrival/departure accommodations at Hotel Eco Resort
- Charter flights
- 6 nights lodge
- All meals and non-alcoholic beverages
- Guided fishing from 8am to 4pm
- Mandatory tip
- Service charge
International airfare, airport arrival and departure tax, mandatory tip & service charge (3 days fishing - $315 PP; 5 days fishing - $525 PP, other taxes, meals at hotel, fishing tackle, gifts or other items of a personal nature.
Prime time fishing season is August - April.
Call us to confirm space availability or to request specific dates.
Your fishing trip will begin when you arrive in Paramaribo. You will be greeted at the airport and taken to the Hotel Eco Resort where you will rest. After breakfast you will then fly to the Kabalebo Nature Resort.
In 1986, Karel Dawson came to this part of Suriname and decided to build the Kabalebo Nature Resort in order to enjoy and share this incredible natural and unspoiled habitat. The resulting lodge has 10 twin-bedded rooms with air-conditioning, closet space and private bathroom with hot and cold running water.
There is also a spacious veranda on which meals are served and which offers an opportunity to relax, watching and listening to the local wildlife.
The resort offers an all-inclusive local meal plan as well as a bar. Breakfast and dinner will be served at the lodge and lunch will be provided aboard the fishing boats.
Mountain climbing: Climbing to the top of Misty Mountain brings you to a breathtaking view of the beautiful rainforest canopy, home to hundreds species of birds, monkeys, jaguars and tapirs.
Hiking: Discover along the way thousands of species of flora and fauna.
Camping: Overnight at a well situated bushcamp where you sleep in hammocks or tents along the river.
kayaking: The kabalebo river provides kayakers with all the white water they need, including the most beautiful scenery of pristine tropical rainforest.
Waterfalls: A two and a half hour trip up the sand creek over many rapids, brings you to a fascinating series of incredible waterfalls called Revelation Falls.
SAMPLE OUTLINE ITINERARY
Day 1: Depart USA for Paramaribo (overnight flight).
Day 2: Arrive early morning. Transfer to Hotel Eco Resort.
Breakfast. Flight, 3-4 hour boat trip to Kabalebo Resort.
Day 3-7: Breakfast. Full day fishing. Dinner and overnight at lodge.
Day 8: Return to Paramaribo. Afternoon at leisure for shopping and sightseeing. Overnight at Eco Resort (meals on own).
Day 9: Transfer to airport. Early flight to USA.
A valid passport and tourist visa is required for U.S. citizens. Passengers assume all responsibility for carrying proper documentation.
This area is a Malaria free environment and no shots are required to enter Suriname. Be sure to bring sunscreen and insect repellent and dramamine if you are prone to motion sickness.
Pepto-bismol or immodium may help incidental traveller`s diarrhea.
Note: health precautions are offered here as an informational service only. See your doctor or health clinic.
The native language of Suriname is Dutch. However, the Captains and lodge staff speak English.
Temperatures typically range from 80 to 90 degrees
We recommend you purchase trip cancellation insurance to cover any losses should you have to cancel to due to unforeseen illness or other emergency. Certain restrictions do apply. Premium rates are typically about $65 per $1,000 of coverage, and usually include some benefits for lost baggage, trip interruption, and emergency evacuation. Forms for Travel Assure may be obtained by calling our office.
Our recommended packing list and other briefing materials will be furnished on receipt of your trip deposit and reservation form.
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