The Gardens of the King is located on Cuba's north coast. Named for the king of Spain in the sixteenth century, this archipelago is part of the UNESCO recognized Buenovista Biosphere Reserve, and is very pristine. The Islands of Cayo Santa Maria, Cayo Ensenachos, and Cayo las Brujas have only been recently developed, with a 48 km causeway to the island built from 1989-1999, and hotels and accommodations existing only after 2001. It is highly regarded by visiting tourists for its beautiful white sand beaches and warm clear water.
Fish Species: Migratorytarpon, juvenile tarpon, bonefish, permit, jacks, snook, baracuda, snapper.
Capacity: 8 angler