TARPON, PERMIT & BONES IN THE QUEENS’ GARDENS

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Jardines De la Reina, Cuba
Annually
Floating Hotel, Saltwater Flats

Named the Queen's Gardens by Christopher Columbus, the Jardines
de la Reina is a pristine chain of islands, very similar in
nature to the Florida Keys in the USA. The island system runs
more than one hundred miles back to the northwest, from Cuba's
south-eastern coast.

Most of the area we fish is fifty or more miles offshore
and has been designated as a Cuban Marine Park in 1996 and
is now the biggest Park in all the Caribbean. There is no
commercial fishing in the area, and no other operators allowed.
There is no inhabitation of any kind on any of the islands
in the Marine Park, where Avalon's operation is located. This
is a huge expanse of saltwater wilderness.

Mavungana has secured a prime week in June to target
bonefish, the mystical permit, as well as giant
Tarpon, all while talking them in crystal clear waters
on endless flats.

La Tortuga accommodates up to 12 anglers, with two
anglers to a skiff and guide. Wake early each morning to talk
straight onto your skiff and head out onto the flats. No long
boat journeys to get to the flats. From the comfort of this
live aboard, access to the fishing waters is immediate. Fish
till you drop and return for a Mojito on the deck as the sun
goes down.

Join us on another exhilerating saltwater adventure. Sightcasting
at trophy fish and see if you can manage the ever elusive
Grand Slam.

For more info e-mail: info@flyfishing.co.za

Next trip departs in -280 days time.

Mavungana Tip
Brooke Falls is the finest bear viewing you will find away from your television screen. You might miss out on some fishing time, but it’s got to be done.

 
 
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