Are you a fishing enthusiast looking for the latest and greatest fishing experience? Cayo Romano is one of the most exciting new saltwater fishing locations available in Cuba and possibly the Caribbean. Just minutes from Cayo Coco, if you are staying on this adjoining island you can be in the sea in Cayo Romano and fishing within 30 minutes! Located on the North Coast of Cuba in the Jardines de Rey archipelago, it consists of a huge fishable area that includes Cayo Paredon, a small islet connected by road to the north coast of Cayo Romano. This area consists of an enormous marine system of superb hard bottomed flats, lagoons, channels, blue holes and pristine estuaries. Totally virgin, you will not find other fly-fishermen in the area because it has been protected from commercial fishing for decades. Furthermore, the Cuban authorities have strictly enforced these commercial fishing restrictions and it is this that has given rise to the incredible fishing that is available today. There is no permit required, so just bring your equipment and start fishing!
Incredible fishing opportunities are here for the taking with big Permit Fish, together with some really exciting Tarpon fishing on the pristine flats. This whole area has remained virtually untouched by sport anglers for over 3 decades and could be described as some of the best fishing available in the Caribbean today. Book your accommodation in Cayo Coco Hotels to take advantage of this amazing fishing experience.