Your trip begins with a flight to Havana, Cuba’s capital. You’ll need a valid U.S. passport and a Cuban entry visa easily obtained through Cuba Flats and Beyond, or your chosen airline or expedition travel specialist.
American Airlines, Delta, JetBlue, Silver Airways, Southwest, Alaska Air, Frontier, Spirit, and Sun Country have scheduled service to Havana from several major U.S. cities. Some of the airlines let travelers use their booking system to vow they qualify for one of the 12 Treasury Department-approved reasons for travel to Cuba. But a customer service representative from Cuba Flats and Beyond will guide you to make the process easy, fast, and safe.
Arriving In Cuba
A representative of Cuba Flats and Beyond will be waiting for you after you clear Cuban Immigration and Customs to take you to your hotel in Havana. If your flight arrives early enough, you may chose to transfer immediately to Playa Larga, a 2½-hour drive, so you can get an early start for your first day of fishing in Las Salinas or Hatiguanico River the next day. Otherwise, you’ll overnight in Havana, and a representative of Cuba Flats and Beyond will pick you up the next morning and take you to Playa Larga then.