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    Trout Fishing Hanabanilla Lake, Villa Clara. Cuba

    Fishing: Trout Fishing Hanabanilla Lake
    • Destination: Villa Clara
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    • Address From: Villa Clara Province, Cuba
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  • Description Fishing: Trout Fishing Hanabanilla Lake, Villa Clara. Cuba

    Trout fishing in the Hanabanilla Lake is one of the favorite pastimes for visitors, who always release their catch, thus contributing to preserving the lake's fauna. Perhaps the best location to go bass fishing in Cuba is Lake Hanabanilla, located between Santa Clara and Trinidad, where there is a bass guide at the hotel. Lake Hanabanilla is by far the most beautiful reservoir in Cuba, and this hotel has real bass boats to fish out of (in most other reservoirs you will fish out of a wooden row boat).

    The Hanabanilla Lake has a surface area of 14.9 square kilometers (5.8 square miles). In the aboriginal language, Hanabanilla means "small golden basket", a true reference to the natural wealth of the region, formerly known as Siguanea Valley, where Galician immigrants settle down centuries ago to cultivate coffee.

    The Hanabanilla Lake has jetties for the one it robs of the crafts that offer fluvial trips toward Black River, the peasant's House, the Niche and the Curtain of the Prey; it has five boats for the fishing and two ships that allow to receive at the same time up to 80 visitors, in journey and lunch in the restaurant of Black River.

    In the place, the fishing of the trout constitutes one of the activities of more interest for the visitors, now by means of the well-known method as "mark and it liberates", contributing this way to preserve the fauna of the lake.

    The nature offer contemplates programs like that of the path El Nicho, which traffics for the mountain next to the high bed of the Hanabanilla River and numerous jumps of water in succession, in a qualified landscape of marvel for the vacationers.

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  • Trout Fishing Hanabanilla Lake is located in Villa Clara

    To the north it limits with the Atlantic Ocean; to the west with Matanzas; to the south with Cienfuegos, and to the east with Sancti Spíritus provinces. This is Villa Clara, a destination with more than 800 000 inhabitants in a territorial surface of 7 943 , Km². You can reach it by plane through the airport of the provincial capital and the one in Cayo Las Brujas, both for medium and small size airplanes.

    By road you can get here through the National Freeway and the Central Highway. The city of Villa Clara opens up to tourism with a solid proposal supported by the virginity of its keys, more than 17 , Km of paradisiacal beaches and its historical-cultural patrimony that enhances all the natural attractiveness of the territory.

    Among the main exponents we have Ernesto Che Guevara Memorial where the Heroic Guerrilla fighter's remains rest next to those of his comrades from Bolivia. The monument depicting the derailing of the Armoured Train, a place linked to the Cuban recent history, is another of the places related to the figure of Che.

    Places such as La Caridad Theatre, National Monument and a symbol of Cuban neoclassical architecture, the existence and permanency of one of the oldest universities in Cuba, Leoncio Vidal Park, the boulevard, José Martí Library and the Museum of Decorative Art, are cultural emblematic places of the city. Next to it, we have the city of Remedios, the eighth village founded by the Spaniards in the Island and where the Parrandas de Remedios, one of the oldest popular festivities in Cuba, are originated. In this city there is also located the biggest Parochial Church (16th century) with its Baroque altars laminated in gold, it is the most valuable exponent in the city, where the famous musician Alejandro García Caturla was born.

    On the north coast of the province, Santa María, Las Brujas and Ensenachos keys are located, well-known as La Rosa Blanca de Jardines del Rey, deal for the practice of diving. A travel around the spa of mineral-medicinal waters of Elguea and a boat ride on the great artificial lake, a stay in Villa La Granjita, and a typical Cuban lunch Black River at Villa Clara's Escambray, are options to keep in mind for those who arrive to the most central province in Cuba.