Cuba's hidden treasure, Isla de la Juventud or the ‘Isle of Youth’ is approximately 145 km south-west of the mainland. Accessed by a mothership, its renowned for world-class fly fishing for Tarpon on the flats.
The Zapata Peninsula, the most sparsely populated municipality in all of Cuba, a biosphere reserve with vast forests, swamps and prolific wildlife is the access point to the Georgiana mothership providing terrific saltwater fly fishing.
Situated about 115km off the south-western coast of Cuba, Cayo Largo is a beautiful chain of 350 islands with fantastic fly fishing to a range of saltwater species including Tarpon, Permit and Bonefish.
Cayo Cruz located off the north-eastern shore of Cuba is a remote resort location encompassing a vast system of flats and lagoons perfect for saltwater fly fishing to good numbers of large Permit and Tarpon.
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