Situated about 115km off the south-western coast of Cuba, the island of Cayo Largo (Long Cay) sits on the eastern edge of the Archipelago De Los Canarreos, in the Caribbean Sea. The archipelago is a beautiful chain of 350 islands, with 27km’s of white secluded beaches and fantastic fly fishing to a range of saltwater species including Tarpon, Permit and Bonefish.
With a very relaxed atmosphere, including minimal infrastructure and crowds, this island resort is a perfect escape for couples or small groups also suitable for non-fishing partners. The Cayo Largo fishing area is a diverse ocean flats ecosystem, made up of large mangrove islands and bays, turtle grass flats and hard-packed sand flats which are excellent for wading. Around the cays are mangroves where fishing is primarily accomplished from skiffs while here is also an abundance of natural wildlife including iguanas and giant sea turtles.
Easily accessible with direct flights from Havana, Cayo Largo has a small variety of accommodation options, with a hotel resort and fishing club accommodation by the marina also where the skiffs leave each day. With big Migratory tarpon between March to June, it’s a wonderful destination to capture a grand slam and fishes very well throughout the year.
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