All of the holidays offered by Adventure Fishing Holidays are sold as ‘ground only’ arrangements. The prices displayed on each of the tour pages on this website do not include the price of your international flights.

We run our holidays this way to give you greater flexibility in your choice of preferred airline, flight times and overall travel dates and, as we welcome travellers from outside the UK, your departure airport.

We are more than happy to research your international flights for you, and will check availability and provide available options & competitive quotes upon request. Travellers departing from outside the UK can often obtain cheaper fares locally than from us here in the UK.

If you would like us to provide some suggested flights and quotes to fit your holiday, please contact us or make a note during the online tour reservation process. We will then provide the best quotes we can find, based on current availability and prices.

If you are booking a holiday at short notice, we recommend you check into the availability of flights, or contact us first before confirming your booking with us.

Carbon offsets

Every time you take a flight CO2 is released into the Earth’s atmosphere. CO2 is a greenhouse gas that is released when fossil fuels such as oil, gas and coal are burnt. Greenhouse gases are a major contributor to climate change and Adventure Fishing Holidays strongly supports the idea of carbon offsetting.

Essentially, the concept behind offsetting means paying someone else to help reduce CO2 in the atmosphere on your behalf. In this way you can help to pay for the damage you are causing when you travel by air and the money helps to fund transition to a lower-carbon world.

We recommend that you use Climate Care to help offset the CO2 emissions created on your holiday with us. Climate Care will use your money to offset your CO2 emissions by funding various different projects around the world. These involve:

  • Renewable energy – helps replace non-renewable fuel such as coal
  • Energy efficiency – reducing the amount of fuel needed
  • Forest restoration – helps to absorb CO2 from the atmosphere as the trees grow

So along side taking steps to reduce your own ‘carbon footprint’ you can offset what remains, helping to promote low-carbon technologies where they have the greatest impact.