Farquhar Atoll is a remote island group located in the Seychelles, just over 700km southwest of the main island Mahe. It is known for its world-class fly fishing opportunities. The atoll is home to a variety of species, including bonefish, trevally, and triggerfish, all of which can be caught on the fly. The best time to visit Farquhar Atoll for fly fishing is typically from May to September, during the dry season. The atoll is only accessible by boat, and visitors usually stay on the main island, where a small eco-lodge is available for accommodation. Farquhar Atoll is also known for its stunning beaches, crystal clear waters, and diverse marine life, making it a popular destination for fly fishing and ecotourism.

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