Campeche Tarpon Adventures Packages starts from $ 3400,- double occupancy, price per person
Campeche is a beautiful Mexican city located on the northwestern side of the Yucatan Peninsula. This gorgeous, unique and picturesque baroque colonial city was designated a United Nations’ World Cultural Heritage for Humanity (UNESCO) site in 1999. The fishing for tarpon, however, is the perhaps the greatest thing about Campeche and the surrounding area. With an extensive mangrove lagoon structure stretching to the north for more than 120 kilometers, the fishing for tarpon in the 5-to-30 pound range is extraordinary. If you’re a seasoned saltwater angler looking to catch large numbers of tarpon, or if you’re a first-time tarpon fisherman looking to cut your teeth on smaller “Silver Kings,” then a trip to Campeche should strongly be considered.. Almost all of the fishing is site fishing from the bow of the panga, with most tarpon averaging five to fifteen pounds. Tarpon in the 30 pound range are considered large in this area. June, July and August is the prime time of migratory Tarpon, this period for the larger kings up to 60 pounds. The primary fishing area near Campeche is a huge network of mangrove lagoons, flats and creeks that begin immediately north of the city and run north for more than 120 kilometers. The guides of Campeche Tarpon are hard working and enthusiastic, and they will work hard to put you on fish and ensure that your overall experience is as positive as possible. They are dedicated, professional and experienced, and they know their waters very well!
Campeche is also an excellent add-on trip if you are planning an Ascension Bay. We can easily arrange a two, three or four day package that can be added to the front or back end of any regional Yucatan trip. This is also is also an ideal destination for non-anglers and non-fishing significant others. With a large variety of activities, regional sites and day trips, Campeche is an excellent vacation for the entire family.