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Cuba // Traveler's Trip Management Page


Upcoming Zoom Meetings

Itinerary and Planning Documents

Required Travel Documents/Needs:

  • Passport Valid for a minimum of (6) months beyond arrival date
  • Cuban Tourist Card aka "Visa" (see the itinerary linked above for instructions)
  • Viajeros Electronic Form: Currently, you must fill this out within 48 hours of flight to cuba. This may also change before the time of your trip.

Links and Helpful Resources:

Cuba International Flag Hoody

Offered in both "Tarpon" and "Permit" these SPF sun hoodies are very cool souvenirs to wear on the trip and commemorate the big adventure. Shop now!

Booking Your Flight

We strongly recommend using a licensed travel agent. Having a professional to assist in sorting out situations with cancelled flights, delayed flights, etc. is sometimes essential.  We use Jennifer @ CADENCE Travel. She can also setup trip insurance which we recommend. 

Jennifer Kutzner - Direct: 858-551-4476 -

Meetup In Havana:

Assuming all goes as planned, your host and driver will find you outside your terminal. We have your flight plan. Please hang tight, stay put, and don't leave the outside area. It makes things much more complicated if you aren't where we expect to find you! 

Note: Anglers who miss their scheduled transfers to the lodge will be responsible for any incurred costs related to delays and special transfers.

Cabins & Lodging:

Roommates will be paired up in advance, if available single cabins on the boat will be assigned to anglers traveling solo in order of date the trip was booked. If you have a fishing partner that makes it easy. If you are a single angler we'll match you up with another single.

    What to Expect from Your Host

    The Red’s host is a liaison between guests and the outfitting destination. The host is there to act as the lead angler on the trip and help ensure that everyone has a great time. Historically, groups operate best when a friendly leader with an interest in your success is at the helm. The host will work with the lodge manager to oversee guide pairings, angler rotations, and is authorized to make decisions on behalf of the entire group.

    When appropriate, the host may intervene and mix up guide rotations, angler pairings, and provide solutions if guests don’t feel the adventure is up to snuff. We just ask you to keep your expectations in check, consider the group as a whole, and be realistic with any special requests.