Sette Cama Gabon

an angler lifts a trophy threadfin at dusk with his knees in the water at Sette Cama, Gabon

Tarpon – Jack Crevalle – Snapper – Estuary Species

SEASON: September – April
DURATION: 7 Nights
GUESTS: 1-10

Sette Cama Gabon is perfectly placed on one of the longest stretches of untouched coastline on the African continent and also alongside a massive estuary system. The combination offers wild-at-heart saltwater fishermen an opportunity to target many unique species of West Africa, with both spin and fly tackle. There is an abundance of large and aggressive game fish, all eager to attack a well-fished fly. The experience is also complemented by Africa’s most pristine tropical rain forest that creates the backdrop to a one-of-a-kind saltwater fishing experience.

Sette Cama Gabon is, without a doubt, a world-class fishery. This experience, however, is far more than a fishing trip. Guests at Sette Cama also have the opportunity to experience guided walks through Loanga National Park. Visitors will have the chance of seeing chimpanzees, lowland gorillas, red riverine hogs, forest sitatunga, numerous forest duikers, and monkeys. If you are lucky, you may also experience forest elephant and forest buffalo sightings along the beach.

Fishing at Sette Cama Gabon

All trips to Sette Cama are under the guidance of a professional host. With intimate knowledge of the fishing, and destination, your host will plan each day according to the tides and fish movements. The daily routine will be discussed each preceding evening. This way all guests will understand the following days’ conditions & the fishing plans.

Most anglers come to target the monster Tarpon that inhabits these waters. Threadfin & Jack Crevalle are also valuable targets in their own right and can be targeted in abundance. A key however to landing all three species is superb knowledge of flies, tackle set-up & local conditions. At Sette Cama, you receive excellent guidance in all three.

Accommodation at Sette Cama Gabon

The camp is on the boundary of the Loango National Park, offering a highly exclusive experience to enjoy both the fishing and wildlife of an untouched wildlife destination.

The accommodation at Sette Cama is not a five-star lodge experience. Accommodation takes the form of rustic chalets with twin bed configuration. The camp is comfortable & guests will want for nothing. Meals are enjoyed in the main living area, which includes a stocked bar and a deck overlooking the estuary.

Getting to Sette Cama Gabon & Itinerary

The base for tours to Sette Cama Gabon is via Libreville. We will arrange for a guide to collect you at the airport and to transfer you to a private apartment for the evening. The following day your tour begins.

DAY 1 – Friday:

Arrive in Libreville and spend the evening in a private fitted apartment.

DAY 2 – Saturday:

Depart Libreville for Gamba on a Private Charter plane. Boat transfer to camp. After a brief from the team at Sette Cama spend the afternoon setting up tackle and fishing.

DAY 3-8 Sunday – Friday:

In camp fishing from the base at Sette Cama

DAY 9 – Saturday:

Boat transfer to Gamba. Private Charter to Libreville for the return leg of your journey.


7 Nights – POA
Total with Charter: POA

*Accommodation in the Libreville apartment can be arranged

Price Includes

  • Accommodation – 7 nights (shared) at Sette Cama.
  • 6 full and 1 half days of fishing
  • Boat and fuel
  • All meals in camp
  • Return private charter from Libreville to Gamba
  • Meet and greet by English-speaking representative in Libreville
  • Return Charter from Libreville to Gamba

Price Excludes

  • International airfares
  • Gratuities
  • Drinks
  • Tackle
  • Taxis in Libreville
  • Any increase in taxes, government levies, park entry, or fishing licenses
  • Optional excursions, and items of a personal nature
  • Accommodation in Libreville. We can arrange a purpose-fitted apartment in Libreville. The accommodation costs €120 per person per night and is payable (in cash) in camp. This fee also covers your taxi transfer to and from the airport. We highly recommend this accommodation option.

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Extra Info

All visitors require a valid passport with at least 6 months of validity. All nationals require a visa. Visas should be obtained before departure. For South African passport holders, a stay of 30 days or less does not need a visa. We can help arrange visas. The process is easy and requires little input from guests.

Valid yellow fever certificates are required by most countries. Please enquire with your local travel clinic. Gabon is a malaria area, please consult your doctor before traveling.

There is sporadic cell phone reception and Wifi is available in camp at a fee.

Central African CFA Francs. The Euro is widely accepted and can be used to settle bar accounts, etc. in camp. The CFA-Euro exchange rate is fixed at 656:1 at the time of writing



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