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La Casona de Romano


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La Casona de Romano


La Casona de Romano was built in 1919. Originally, this was the estate of the American who owned the nearby sugar plantation. La Casona is located in the small town of Brasil.  Home to about 2000 people, almost all work in the town's sugar mill. Brasil gives visitors a look in to the life most of the Cuban people lead.

La Casona was recently renovated. That being said, it should still be considered rustic lodgings. There are 8 double rooms, each of which has a private bathroom and shower, hot water, and air conditioning. Appetizers and drinks are served not long after anglers return from the days fishing, and dinner served in the nearby dining area.

Anglers depart early every morning for the marina. Currently, there are no lodgings on the islands of Cayo Cruz or Cayo Romano, so it is necessary to drive to where the skiffs are moored. This takes about 45 minutes by car over causeways that are currently under renovation. With improved conditions, the drive will shorten dramatically. 

 

Fishing Package is Saturday to Saturday

Includes:   7 nights with double occupancy, all meals, 6 full days guided fishing,  shared skiff.

DOES NOT INCLUDE: Accommodations in Havana or Cayo Coco prior to arrival, or transportation to & from La Casona. Both of these can be arranged for guests.