Christmas Island Bonefishing
World-class Bonefishing, Giant Trevally, Yellowfin Tuna...
Two big advantages that The Villages has over the other lodges on Christmas Island are your skiffs are a 30-second walk from your bungalow, and you get a full-time guide. You're not sharing this guide with anyone else.
Christmas Island fishing
Christmas Island is located in the Central Pacific in the Republic of Kiribati. Only 144 miles north of the equator, Christmas Island
is the largest coral atoll in the world. World-famous for its vast numbers of bonefish and giant trevally, the endless clear water, sand and
coral flats make spotting bonefish easier than other areas. Some of our clients have landed over 50 bonefish a day. One gentleman landed 50 bones - three
days in a row.
From the lodge, it's only a five to 10-minute skiff ride to large, shallow flats teeming with bonefish. No long pickup rides. During our hosted weeks, we'll also fish outside the reef for tuna, wahoo, sailfish and other species. The skiffs are outrigger boats between 30 and 40 feet long, which are common to Christmas Island and the other fishing lodges. Each angler has his or her own guide. This is very unique. The Villages is the only lodge on the island that offers this service at no extra charge.
The Villages - Christmas Island
The Villages opened in 2006 and is run by locals which ensures true Polynesian hospitality. The lodge is located on a white sandy beach, overlooking an aqua-colored lagoon.
There are ten, double-occupancy bungalows with air-conditioning, covered verandas, private bathrooms with shower. For those of you who have not been to The Villages,
think “nice fish camp” not the Marriott.
Breakfast and dinner are cooked to order. Fish is always one of the dinner choices. Other choices during the week include: chicken, roast turkey, roast lamb, and rib-eye steaks. Sashimi is served at happy hour each evening along with fruit, coconut, and cookies. Dive packages are now available at the lodge. Exceptional birding opportunities.
View our You-Tube video on Christmas Island.
7-nights and 6-days guided fishing $2,590.00.
2017 Hosted Weeks: (remaining)
November 6-14, 2017: Eric Schoenborn hosts
November 13-21, 2017: Eric Schoenborn hosts
2018 Hosted Fishing Weeks
7-nights and 6-days guided fishing $2,790.00
January 29 - February 6, 2018: Chris Wharton hosts
April 2-10, 2018: Archie and Barbara Adams host
April 16-24, 2018: host to be determined
April 23 - May 1. 2018: Guy Schoenborn hosts
April 30 - May 8, 2018: Guy Schoenborn hosts
November 5-13, 2018: Brad Staples hosts
Click here for 2017, 2018, and 2019 Hosted Fishing Trips at Christmas Island - The Villages.
We recommend flying to Honolulu at least one day before your departure for Christmas Island. Weekly flights via Fiji Airlines, depart from Honolulu at noon each Tuesday. A lodge representative will meet you at the airport and transfer you to The Villages, a 20-minute drive. You'll return to Honolulu the following Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.
7-nights and 6-days guided fishing
$2,590.00 p.p. (2017)
$2,790.00 p.p. (2018)
Single occupancy bungalow/angler: $3,050.00
Non-angler $1,250.00 p.p.
Click on link for a PDF of all 2017 fishing and diving packages.
airport reception, ground transfers to lodge, bungalow accommodations, all meals, and guided fishing..
Packages do not include:
international airfare, the roundtrip Honolulu/Christmas Island flight, hotel and meals in Honolulu, gratuities, fishing license (approx. $50.00), laundry services ($20.00 per week), travel insurance, and anything not mentioned under inclusions. No alcohol is included in the package. Beer is currently priced at $4.00 per can.
It is necessary to have a Passport that is valid for six (6) months from your date of arrival to Christmas Island. U.S. and Canadian citizens no longer need a tourist visa to visit the Island. Travelers from other countries may need a visa. Complete information is provided in our confirmation packet.