It was here in 1961 that Fidel Castro fought back a US-supported invasion force, a victory that cemented his rule. The nearby 300,000-hectare Ciénaga de Zapata National Park is a pristine ecosystem that has largely been off limits to US anglers until now.
On Friday, Orvis announced the Cuba trips which will the company said they will do monthly basis starting in October. The seven day fishing and cultural visits will cost $7,150 per angler; airfare is not included. Orvis is one of the largest fly fishing outfitters in the world and does more than $340 million a year in sales. It is the first major U.S. sporting company to do business on the island.
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