Fly-fishing in Cuba offers a selection of some of the best flats fishing imaginable for Bonefish, Tarpon and Permit. With over four thousand islands and sand cays, Cuba has vast flats and mangrove-lined shallow bays providing extensive habitat for those beloved three saltwater sportsfish, providing the opportunity for a Grand Slam as well as a huge diversity in 'other' available species, including Barracuda, Snook, Snapper and Jacks make this a saltwater fly-fishers’ heaven.
The diversity of locations and accommodations from rustic rural lodges to self-sufficient live-aboard operators and high class hotels means there is a destination to suit from the hardcore fishermen up to those who prefer some style with their fishing.
Fly Odyssey has teamed up with a variety of Cuban operators to provide the most comprehensive range of fly-fishing opportunities available in Cuba. From the Bonefish and Permit of Cayo Romano mangroves to chasing silver on the flats of Isla de la Juventud, there is a Cuban Fly Odyssey for everyone.
Passport with minimum six months validity.
Cuba is easily accessed from Europe, the United states and central america with direct flights from many countries.
There are many nternational flights and various options. The flight from London to Havana is 10 hours.
ALL Foreign Nationals require a Tourist Visa or Tourist Card to enter Cuba.
Please note that Satellite phones are not allowed in Cuba and will be confiscated at the airport.
- Currency: Cuban Convertible Peso or US Dollar
- Capital: Havana
- Airport: Havana HAV Airport
- Population: 11 million
- Language: Spanish
- Religion: Roman Catholic
- Electricity: 220v and 110v two-pin
- Time: 5 hours behind GMT, 16 hours behind Australia
- Average temperature: mid 20s to high 30s, fairly consistent due to its proximity to the equator