If you are looking for an adventure that is physically active yet relaxing, mentally stimulating and spiritually uplifting,
scuba diving and snorkeling amid the wonders of Cuban coral reef may be the ultimate answer.
Warm, clean water, great biodiversity, good conservation of it’s ecosystems, coral gardens, caves, meadows of gorgonians and sponges, underwater escarpments, narrow channels, tunnels, fish of many sizes and colors. Valuable remains of shipwrecked vessels and many natural beaches, cays and islets make it a place to challenge divers imagination.
This is what makes Cuba such a wonderful scuba diving destination the one that thousands of tourists and professionals prefer. In addition, this large area has a great variety of coralline formations in amazing shapes and colors, where many species of marine flora and fauna coexist in a delicate biological balance.
Scuba Diving and Snorkeling Centers on both the northern and southern coasts, some of the adjacent Cays that have been opened to divers and snorkels.
Main island of Cuba and its Cayos offers an exceptional diversity of marine life. These islets, which are practically surrounded by coralline formations, are of special interest to diving buffs. There are no strong marine currents and the area and the warm, calm unpolluted water is so clear that you can see through for 110 feet - 33 m. Since the broad insular shelf is relatively near the surface and Cuba is at the edge of the tropics, water temperature is usually between 22C - 72F to 29C - 84F.
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Coral reefs is making Cuban Island an unforgettable advanture for Snorkelling and Scuba Diving. Explore our site, it future the best spots to explore Cuban underwater wonders, make your hotel booking directly from here.
Islands of Cuba offer over 500 Diving and 360 Snorkeling sites featuring spectacular underwater scenery.
Scuba Diving in Cuba is being developed on the basis of preserving the underwater ecosystems. Modern equipment is available for divers, and sites are located in the most beautiful natural areas of the insular shelf, many of which have been declared National Parks or protected areas.
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