This camp is designed by anglers for anglers! Every detail of this operation has been designed to make your stay as enjoyable as posible!
This time we want to offer you this exclusive fishing spot: The Akuani Floating Camp in Tomo River - Colombia.
Enjoy the pristine nature, in this unspoiled location where you will be amazed every day by the surrounding ecosystem.
This operation offers a Top Notch service, thinking in terms of quality above everything and taking care of every single detail that you, as an angler, will appreciate.
COLOMBIA HAS MANY RIVERS AND NATURAL PARKS, HOWEVER, WHEN IT COMES TO FISHING THE TOMO RIVER AND THE GAVILAN RIVER ARE ON TOP OF THE LIST.
Tomo is a big river with lots of structures, white sand beaches, flats, smaller tributaries and an incredible number of lagoons, it is considered one of the best rivers in Vichada for trophy size peacock bass occasionally exceeding 20 pounds and getting up to 28 to 30 pounds.
Countless species of both fauna and flora are going to accompany us in our journey.
When it all come together, nothing beats sight-casting fishing, heart pounding, adrenaline racing, blood rushing, breath stopped, you aim for your target and let the action begin!.
It’s time to look for your lures or fly box and get into one of the five fishing boats, especially designed for this style of fishing.
In these boats we can have access to different types of landscapes the Tomo river has to offer.
Where we find:
- Rock structures
- “Arizales”, which is a type of tree that grows in the banks of the river
- Sand banks with perfect hiding spots to ambush the prey
- Immense lagoons on both sides of the river.
- Crystalline spouts
After a short boat ride along the river, we reach a spot with submerged rocks.
It’s really cool to fish in these kinds of structures, because the water flows a little bit faster and the struggle with the fish becomes more attractive.
Besides, it tests your fishing skills, trying to keep away from the rocks the fish that will try to cut the line against the sharp rocks.
The species you will find in this river are:
- Peacock Bass
- Vampire Fish
- Red Tail Catfish
- Amazon Pellona
- Silver Croaker
A fishing day would have this itinerary:
- 6:00 a.m. Breakfast.
- 6:30 a.m. Recommended start time.
- 1:00 p.m. Lunch, which can be either by the riverside or at the camp depending on river conditions.
- 5:00 p.m. Return to the Camp.
- 7:00 p.m. Dinner.