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Cayo Cruz is currently offering discount pricing for October and November of 2019. During these two months, groups of six or more people can fish for 6 full days and stay 7 nights at a brand new 5 star all inclusive hotel for $2500 per person! This is an amazing deal for a location that features simple logistics, premium lodging and incredible fishing in a pristine marine environment. This massive area is under full marine park protection, features extremely limited pressure, and is fished exclusively by Avalon guests. Don’t wait around, because this offer is only valid for bookings confirmed before December 31, 2018!

Located north of Camaguey, Cayo Cruz is an island in the Jardines del Rey archipelago (Gardens of the King). This pristine and massive area is prime hunting ground for large bonefish, permit, tarpon (in season), large jacks, snapper and barracuda. Known for its expansive hard sand flats, anglers that are keen to get out of the boat and stalk fish from their feet may fall in love with Cayo Cruz. Like anywhere else in the world, Cayo Cruz’s incredible permit can be difficult to entice in to eating, but the habitat is ideal, with endless crab and shrimp infested flats ranging in depth from 2 – 4 feet. Permit at Cayo Cruz are fond of cruising and feeding near large stingrays which can offer an exciting and interesting angling dynamic. Many bonefish can be encountered in the 5 – 7 pound range and can be targeted both while wading or from the boat. Along with good opportunities for permit, bonefish and migratory tarpon can be found on the flats and in the channels of Cayo Cruz from March – June.


Contact Dylan at 800.552.2729 for more information on this offer from Cayo Cruz

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Discount months: October and November 2019

Rate: $2,500 per person based on a group of 6 or more

Included: Accommodations and meals, guided fishing, limited beverages, all ground transfers inside Cuba, national park license, $100 per person conservation fee.

Not Included: All airfare, fishing tackle, Cuban visa/tourist card, people-to-people license, personal expenses, staff & guide gratuities.