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Fishing in Jardines del Rey

On Cuba’s north shore in the province of Ciego de Avila are the offshore keys known as the Jardines del Rey (King’s Gardens), better known by international travelers as Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo. In Cayo Paredon you can discover mangroves, channels, lagoons and flats ideal for fly fishing and spinning. Main species include tarpon, bonefish and permit. For your non-fishing partners, the excellent local tourism infrastructure and comfortable lodgings are sure to make for a pleasant holiday. Transfers to/from the fishing base are included from Cayo Coco or Cayo Guillermo hotels (although Cayo Coco will save you time), and a rental car is recommended if lodging outside of the keys. This option also provides you the opportunity to explore more of the local surroundings if desired during your off time.


Fly Fishing (Cayo Paredon)

Pricing valid to 31/10/20

(2 pax per boat)

Fishing Excursions
Price (USD) Per Boat
7 hours – Full Day $ 304.98
  • Presentation of foreign passport. Cuban nationals require previous National Coast Guard authorization to board boats in this destination.


  • Collective transfer Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo hotels-marina (RT)
  • Fishing License
  • Crewed Boat (capacity for up to 2 fishermen per boat)
  • Specialized Guide
  • 3 non-alcoholic national brand beverages per fisherman
  • Snack (only for full day packages)


  • Fishing tackle
  • Accommodations
  • Agency administrative service & handling fees

WoWCuba cautions travelers to avoid  overbooking fishing services especially on Cuba’s north shore during the winter months as cold fronts can often negatively affect planned nautical departures.

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Fewer than 3 full-day fishing sessions are only reserved in advance if booked in conjunction with WoWCuba’s minimum booking requirement (1 hotel night, 3 car rental days, or other multi-day WoWCuba tour package).