Photo by Rick Bannerot.

Photo by Rick Bannerot.

Fly Fishing in Cuba with Orvis

[dropcap]E[/dropcap]xpansive, rarely-fished saltwater flats. World-class bonefishing with shots at tarpon and permit. Delicious, home-cooked meals. Vibrant culture. Warm, welcoming people. Illuminating conversation. You’ll discover all this and so much more on our one-of-a-kind fly-fishing adventure in Cuba. During this trip, you’ll get to know Cuba through a diverse selection of activities, from a private musical performance to one of the most interesting fly shops we’ve ever found—and of course, world-class bonefishing. A wealth of natural wonders and interesting people make Cuba one of the most enriching destinations you’ll ever visit.

No visit to Cuba would be complete without a stay in Havana. You will have opportunities to explore this vibrant city through visiting markets and historic sites during the day, while enjoying music and authentic Cuban cuisine in the evening. A peaceful fishing town will be your home during four days of fishing on pristine flats and a coastal river. You’re sure to leave with a deeper understanding of Cuba and its people—as well as some tall tales from one of fly fishing’s best-preserved fisheries.

Trip Highlights

Wild landscapes and saltwater flats that have been protected for decades, creating a haven for bonefish, tarpon, permit, snook, and snapper, as well as hundreds of species of migrating birds and marine creatures.

Four days of fishing near Ciénaga de Zapata National Park with local guides, some of whom are park naturalists, working to preserve this important ecosystem.

Contact Orvis’ Abby Liell at 1-800,547.4322, or email her at to get Trip Details, Itineraray, Departure Date, FAQ

For a good look at what you will find in Havana, the countryside and fly fishing go to Here and then Here

NOTE Featured Image is Leanardo Arche and Cuban bonefish. Photo by Rick Bannerot.


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