In 2000, UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) declared the wetlands encompassing the Zapata Peninsula and surrounding area a biosphere reserve. This conservation habitat is now the largest protected region in Cuba and in fact the Caribbean, resulting in an unprecedented fishery and wildlife experience.
As a result of this restricted access, these vast shallow hard sand flats, lagoons, and creeks – similar to our everglades - offer literally thousands of square miles to just eight (8) anglers per week targeting juvenile tarpon, snook, bonefish, permit and a plethora of other Caribbean flats species.
This is our maiden Frontiers departure on the Georgiana, however, we are bending the rules a bit. April 1-8, 2023 will be exclusive to just five (5) Frontiers anglers, offering room to spread out in five (5) private en suite bedrooms. Enhancing this excursion is Frontiers’ own, Ben Hoffman, who will be hosting. He will be accompanied by professional photographer and videographer, Nick Swingle, to record an adventure full of fish-story memories that will last a lifetime.