5 Things You Need to Know about Travel to Cuba

Written by: Sarah Thies, Manager of Orvis Travel


Cuba's pristine flats, stunning fish, and experienced guides are still welcoming American visitors.

If you’ve been thinking about visiting Cuba, you're probably aware that the federal government has just announced a new policy that features tougher restrictions on American travelers. This has . . .

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Photos: Becoming a Believer in Brazil

Written by: Brian O’Keefe


The arapaima is an incredible game fish that rewards angling skill and fights like a monster.
Photos by Brian O'Keefe

When I saw that my Brazil itinerary included a stint at Pirarucu, the arapaima hot spot in the Amazon watershed, I had mixed feelings. From what I had seen in videos and in magazines, the arapaima . . .

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Wanna Catch Bonefish in Cuba with Tom Rosenbauer?


The bonefish flats of Cuba are pristine, and the fish are relatively unpressured.
Photos courtesy Orvis Travel

Expansive, rarely-fished saltwater flats. World-class bonefishing with shots at tarpon and permit. Delicious, home-cooked meals. Vibrant culture. Warm, welcoming people. Illuminating . . .

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The Orvis Job Wall 11.07.2017


The view from Orvis HQ in southwestern Vermont is inspiring (although sometimes also distracting).
Photo via the Orvis Webcam

Welcome to the Orvis Job Wall, where we update you periodically on the opportunities to be a part of the Orvis team. If you read this blog regularly, you're probably already aware of what a great . . .

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Video Pro Tips: How to Make Your First Cast on the Water

Here's the next video in Orvis casting instructor Pete Kutzer's series on getting started in fly fishing. Once you've set up your fly rod for a day of fishing, you need to get some line out in front of you, . . .

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