With crystal-clear waters, horizontal visibility up to 90 feet, virgin keys and islets enhancing 3,500 miles of irregular coastline and more than 200 bays, and with water temperatures hovering between 73 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit, how can you resist Cuba?
Dive to 120 feet, day or night. Explore sunken aircraft, Spanish galleons, soviet warships, landing craft from the Bay of Pigs, and more! Your underwater adventure awaits! The Cuban government has declared most diving sites protected areas, so you will enjoy pristine conditions.
With little coastal agriculture or development, Cuba’s thousands of miles of coral reefs are healthier than most others in the Caribbean. They contain a wide variety of coral species and provide excellent protection for over 370 miles of natural beaches with sands of varied texture and color. Explore slopes and caverns, navigation channels and tunnels, all teeming with fish.
Inhabiting the brightly colored luminescent coral reefs are multitudes of angels, bigeyes, butterflies, damsels, drums, gobies, groupers, grunts, jacks, parrotfish, snappers, and triggerfish. You'll find barracuda, rays, sharks, tarpon, and turtles. Cuba’s 27,000 miles of insular shelf is home to more than 500 varieties of crustaceans, sponges, mollusks, and fish.
Scuba diving and snorkeling are immensely popular among the few who know what Cuba has to offer. The seemingly endless sea bathing the island and its four archipelagos in warm inviting water beckons experienced certified divers as well as beginners.
Come explore the clear waters of Cuba!
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