Mirissa, Sri Lanka
Hook unusual species like Black Marlins and Wahoos while whale watching! In Mirissa, you may try your luck at big game fishing and spotting Blue Whales (the world's biggest mammal) as well as Sperm Whales.
Mirissa is regarded as one of the greatest locations on Sri Lanka's southern coast for deep water game fishing. An intriguing addition to your "things to do in Mirissa or Galle" list. We would have the extra benefit of seeing whales, mostly Blue Whales and Sperm Whales.
This is a fantastic 5 hour deep sea fishing cruise. Sailfish, Blue or Black Marlene, Tuna, Wahoo, and a few more uncommon species may be snagged as you move further towards the shelf. An experienced and skilled fishing guide will lead you.
You will begin your deep sea fishing expedition at 6:30 a.m. If necessary, a night fishing session at a customized time and fee can be arranged. You will also be given quality sport fishing equipment and bait. Your boat will be a standard fishing boat that is 15 feet long. It's simply a simple boat.
During your journey to Sri Lanka, this excursion will provide you with firsthand knowledge of deep sea fishing. We will pick you up from your accommodation in Mirissa, Galle, Unawatuna, or Koggala (extra charges may apply) and take you to the Mirissa harbour to begin your deep sea fishing excursion.
Boats depart from the scenic harbour of Mirissa (35 kilometers south of Galle) and take you to well-known fishing locations in the vicinity. Chat with our guides and local fisherman as they share their travel experiences with you.
The Indian Ocean off the coast of southern Sri Lanka is one of the world's richest sources of deep sea fish. Our deep sea fishing excursion brings you to the center of warm, nutrient-rich seas teeming with game fish. The excursion is suitable for both expert and inexperienced fisherman and provides an amazing encounter.
Deep sea fishing is a crucial aspect of coastal life since the larger species of fish, which are an important part of the local food, live in the deep sea. Spanish mackerel, blue and black marlin, sail fish, yellow fin tuna, barracuda, and giant trevally are among the fish commonly captured in these waters.
Booking Rules • Personal consequences for windy, wet, and hot weather should be considered. • Insect repellents, sun protection lotions, and other similar products are strongly suggested. • Outdoor activities require appropriate casual attire and footwear. • Because this activity entails a boat voyage to the middle of the ocean, guests are warned that certain safety criteria must be followed. Passengers will be admitted only in accordance with the number of available seats, and each customer will be given a life jacket, which must be worn at all times. • Follow all safety instructions given by the crew. • Getting seasick: In the not-so-calm Indian Ocean, there is usually at least a mild swell. If this is your first time on a boat in the Indian Ocean, or if you are sensitive to seasickness, we recommend that you take seasickness medicine prescribed by your doctor on the morning of the voyage (about 1-2 hours before you enter the boat).
This listing is listed for following charter options.
With Captain and Crew both
Based on the choice of charter option set for this listing and your choice to avail these options under the process of booking this charter, an extra fee may be applicable, for eg; for availing Crew service.