Pristine flats, keys and channels within a natural reserve on a remote peninsula provide some of the best tarpon fishing on the planet.


On the far western tip of the Caribbean island of Cuba is the Guanahacabibes Peninsula and the home of El Faro Lodge. Preserved for 40 years, this national park and biosphere reserve is where anglers will find 200 miles of flats, beaches, channels, mangroves, coral reef, and bluewater — all coming together for what is a fly fishing and conventional fishing paradise. Tarpon, bonefish, permit, snook, triggerfish, jacks, and a wide range of bluewater species are all available in waters that have been largely untouched and remain uniquely wild.

Hosted Trip Dates

28th June to 5th July 2020

Meet Your Host


Nick Reygaert is the founder of Gin-Clear Travel. He has carved out a career as a celebrated fly fishing film maker for the last 15 years during which time he has traveled extensively in pursuit of the world's best fly fishing. Nick has had an obsession with Cuban fishing ever since he first traveled there 18 years ago and caught his first bonefish. He has traveled to the Caribbean numerous times over the last decade to fish the numerous flats destinations available to keen angler. He relishes the opportunity to take hosted groups to sight fish the extensive area of El Faro Lodge for bonefish, tarpon and host of other species.



Day 0 : (June 28th) Arrival to Havana. Our representative will be waiting for you in the International Airport. Transfer from the airport to the lodge by a premium bus and tourism bilingual guide (meals and beverages are including during the travel) Duration: 5.5 hours. Welcome cocktail at the lodge and dinner

Day 1 - Day 6 : (June 29th - July 4th) Full fishing days. Breakfast at the lodge and full day fishing. Lunch at the Marina or in the beach, depending on the fishing spot. Appetizers and drinks when returning from fishing. Dinner at the lodge.

Day 7 : (July 5th) In the morning, guest will pack up and be transferred back to Havana to spend a night there before travelling back home


7 nights / 6 days fishing = $5,500 (USD) per person sharing

The extensive flats of Cuba offer, what I believe to be the best tarpon sight fishing in the world. The numerous other species on offer are a massive bonus to the travelling angler.
— Nick Reygaert, Te Anau, NZ