The U.S. embargo of Cuba is about to be lifted, and many Americans are asking, “How is the bass fishing in Cuba?” The answer? We don’t know for sure, but all indications suggest that it’s gong to be fantastic! Largemouth bass may seem an odd fish for a tropical island. How’d they get there? They were imported from the U.S. in the early 1900s and it appears they have flourished. Bass weighing over twenty pounds have been documented in old reports. The weather and water conditions suggest that Cuba’s lakes are perfect for growing giant bass.
Embalse Hanabanilla is a 32-square-kilometer (approximately 12.4-square-mile) reservoir in the Sierra del Escambray mountain range of the Villa Clara province. The pine-studded landscape of the foothills is the perfect place to sit back, relax, and fish.
We are NOW offering "People to People" trips along with our Fishing trips. So what does this mean? Our travelers will have a full-time schedule of educational activities followed by one of our Fishing trips. Our tour packages listed below fulfill these requirements.
If you don't see a package that meets your needs, call us at 314-293-0610 or 314-894-3776 and we will create one for you!
All People to People tours are approved by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). See 31 CFR 515.565(b) and Frequently Asked Questions on Changes to the Cuba Sanctions Program for more information.
We will offer these Fishing only packages when there are No restrictions on tourism...