Jardines de la Reina (Gardens of the Queen) is a remote archipelago located off the southern coast of Cuba. It is known for its crystal clear waters, abundant marine life, and excellent fly fishing opportunities. The area is home to various species, including tarpon, permit, bonefish, snook, and barracuda. The Jardines de la Reina is a protected area; the only way to access it is by booking a trip with a licensed operator. The best time to visit for fly fishing is from December to April, the dry season in Cuba. The fishing here is mainly done by wading, but there are also opportunities to fish from a skiff. The fishing is done using a combination of fly fishing and spin fishing techniques. Fishing at Jardines de la Reina is considered a catch and release, and the fishing is restricted to a certain number of anglers per week; this is done to preserve the fish populations and the environment. It's considered one of the best fly fishing destinations in the Caribbean and a unique opportunity to fish in a remote and pristine environment.