Cayo Romano is a small island located off the northern coast of Cuba, it's known for its beaches, crystal clear waters, and great fly fishing opportunities. It's a popular destination for anglers looking to catch permit, tarpon, bonefish, and barracuda. Fly fishing in Cayo Romano is mostly done by wading and the fishing is done using a combination of fly fishing and spin fishing techniques. The best time to visit for fly fishing is from December to April, which is the dry season in Cuba. Cayo Romano is a part of Jardines de la Reina archipelago, and it's a protected area, the only way to access it is by booking a trip with a licensed operator, this is done to preserve the fish populations and the environment. The island is also a great place for non-anglers, it's surrounded by a barrier reef, the island is surrounded by white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, and a variety of marine life, it's a great place to relax, sunbathe, snorkel and swim. Cayo Romano is considered a unique destination for fly fishing, it's a remote and pristine environment with great fishing opportunities, it's a perfect place to combine the enjoyment of fly fishing with the beauty of the Caribbean.