The Zapata Peninsula, the most sparsely populated municipality in all of Cuba covers an area over 4,000 sq. kms encompassing the UNESCO Zapata National Park, a biosphere reserve with vast forests, swamps and prolific wildlife.
Playa Larga, better known as the Bay of Pigs from the failed 1960’s American backed invasion against Fidel Castro’s Cuban revolution, is the access point to the Georgiana mothership which provides terrific access to its very remote waters, and great saltwater fly fishing opportunities.
One of the largest wetlands in the Caribbean, this region provides habitat diversity including sand-flats, channels, turtle grass and nursery areas to a wide range of fish species.
Home to good numbers of Permit, Tarpon, Bonefish, Snook, Barracuda and Cubera it is also is a haven for bird-life and endemic species such as the Cuban Crocodile.
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