2022 is here and Gardens of the Queen is in full swing!
It’s time to get going on your next adventure.
Whether you are a returning guest or a Curious Cuba enthusiast; the pristine reef system, abundant marine life and expansive mangroves are waiting for you to explore. Our patrols have worked continuously throughout the pandemic to ensure the protection of this crucial Marine Sanctuary. Our trips run Saturday through Saturday and operate all year long. Experience this all-inclusive exotic Caribbean paradise aboard one of our luxury yachts equipped with spacious dive decks, relaxing hot tubs, and all the modern amenities you could hope for.
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Cuba is an excellent destination for scuba divers of all skill levels. All of Cuba’s fantastic dive sites are accessible, including Jardines de la Reina, Zapata Swamp, Maria la Gorda, El Colony in the Island of Youth, Bay of Pigs, Cayo Largo, Cayo Levisa, Varadero, Rancho Luna, Jardines del Rey (Cayo Coco), Santa Lucia, Guardalavaca, and Santiago de Cuba.
If you’ve never scuba dived before, or if it’s been a while, many Cuban diving facilities/centers have instructors who can help you brush up on all the basics. You can usually start small, scuba diving in shallow waters, after orientation and education sessions.
For foreign visitors, Cuba scuba diving is one of the most enjoyed watersports choices. Pristine coral reefs, clear Caribbean waters, and an abundance of curious sea creatures are just part of what makes diving in Cuba such a joy. Cuba boasts thousands of miles of coastline, which lends itself nicely to those looking to plan Cuba diving holidays.
The scuba diving resorts that Cuba offers are getting more and more plentiful each year, and with facilities that meet all the modern demands, you can bet that safety and fun are the two primary objectives. Both novice and experienced divers will find scuba diving in Cuba to be highly rewarding and memorable.
Information credit to Avalon Newsletter and Avalon Diving in Cuba