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Australia: Bills, Barras
town, Alice Springs. Ayer's Rock measures 1,142 feet high and six miles in circumference. It appears to change color throughout the day, with sunset a particularly remarkable sight.
After four exciting days of touring we will travel to Darwin, where the fishing begins. The remote lodge sits 250 miles northeast of Darwin, near an Aboriginal community.
We’ll fish primarily for barramundi, Australia's premier sportfish. Having your lure snatched with an arm-jarring strike and cart wheeling jumps from this salt/freshwater predator is one of fishing’s all-time highs. We'll encounter many other saltwater gamefish, such as threadfin and blue salmon, barracuda, giant trevally, mangrove jack and golden snapper. Arnhemland Lodge also offers fascinating eco-cultural experiences where you can submerge yourself in traditional Aboriginal culture.
After fishing, we’ll travel to Cairns to the premier 5-star Lizard Resort, located on the Great Barrier Reef. There we will have the opportunity to view amazing marine wonders such as: many of the 1,500 species of fish, turtles, dolphins, whales and birds on the world's largest collection of coral reefs (4000 varieties).
Trip runs 28 April - 13 May 2010. The price rate is $11,950 for 16 days, 15 nights, and 5 days of fishing. However, there is a special $500 couples discount if you book your trip in 2009. Call Judith 1-888-891-3474 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
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