The most popular scuba destinations of Cuba

Located on the southern cays barrier, the reserve has an extension of 90km. In this area you can enjoy an intact reef full of corals, sponges and the most representative species of this type of habitat. Diving among coral gardens, in caves and canyons and in wrecks where you will find horse mackerel, groupers, tuna, tortures, spotted eagle rays, bull sharks, black tip sharks and reef. It is even possible to find hammerhead sharks, whale sharks and silky sharks. In addition, you will find a wide variety of birds, crocodiles, iguanas, jutias, large-sized rodent endemic to Cuba.

Itinerario

Day 1: Flight to La Habana
Flight to La Habana. Upon arrival at the airport and transfer to the hotel.

Day 2: Santa Clara
Transfer to Santa Clara. Overnight at Santa Clara.

Day 3: Liveaboard. Gardens of the Queen
Transfers to Jucaro pier to embark on board (Avalon II)

Day 4: Liveaboard.Gardens of the Queen
4 dives

Day 5: Liveaboard.Gardens of the Queen
4 dives.

Day 6: Gardens of the Queen
4 dives.

Day 7: Gardens of the Queen
4 dives.

Day 8: Gardens of the Queen
4 dives

Day 9: Gardens of the Queen- Jucaro
2 dives and return to the pier.

Day 10: Jucaro- Habana
Disembark in Jucaro and transfer to La Habana way to Trinidad. Overnight at the Sevilla Hotel in the center of La Habana Vieja

Day 11: Habana
Free day in La Habana

Day 12: Habana
Free day in La Habana

Day 13: Return Day
Transfer to the aiport to take the international flight back.

Day 14: Home city
Arrival at home city.

Incluye

3 - 4 daily dives, including 1 night dive, except first and last day.
Airport and transfer assistance.
Basic travel insurance.

No Incluye

Alcoholic drinks
Diving equipment
Nitrox
Other aspects not mentioned in the section include.
Tips
Multiasistance insurance and cancellation, optional.
Visa, border taxes
International flights

Info - Paises

Clima - Estacionalidad

Month
Jan 27ºC 18ºC 26ºC 75% 7% 15ml 18kmh
Feb 28ºC 18ºC 26ºC 75% 8% 20ml 18kmh
Mar 30ºC 20ºC 26ºC 75% 9% 20ml 17kmh
Apr 31ºC 21ºC 27ºC 75% 11% 25ml 16kmh
May 31ºC 23ºC 28ºC 75% 22% 55ml 15kmh
Jun 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 75% 27% 64ml 14kmh
Jul 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 75% 23% 49ml 15kmh
Aug 32ºC 24ºC 30ºC 75% 28% 64ml 14kmh
Sep 31ºC 24ºC 30ºC 75% 30% 79ml 14kmh
Oct 29ºC 22ºC 29ºC 75% 22% 60ml 16kmh
Nov 28ºC 20ºC 27ºC 75% 12% 31ml 18kmh
Dec 28ºC 19ºC 27ºC 75% 7% 16ml 18kmh
Month
Jan 28ºC 20ºC 25ºC 76% 6% 11ml 18kmh
Feb 28ºC 20ºC 25ºC 76% 8% 18ml 18kmh
Mar 30ºC 22ºC 26ºC 76% 9% 24ml 18kmh
Apr 31ºC 23ºC 27ºC 76% 13% 41ml 17kmh
May 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 76% 24% 86ml 15kmh
Jun 33ºC 24ºC 29ºC 76% 26% 88ml 15kmh
Jul 33ºC 25ºC 30ºC 76% 21% 61ml 16kmh
Aug 33ºC 25ºC 30ºC 76% 26% 75ml 15kmh
Sep 32ºC 25ºC 30ºC 76% 31% 94ml 14kmh
Oct 30ºC 23ºC 28ºC 76% 25% 78ml 16kmh
Nov 29ºC 22ºC 26ºC 76% 13% 36ml 18kmh
Dec 28ºC 20ºC 25ºC 76% 7% 13ml 19kmh
Month
Jan 27ºC 19ºC 26ºC 75% 9% 20ml 18kmh
Feb 27ºC 19ºC 25ºC 75% 9% 24ml 18kmh
Mar 29ºC 21ºC 26ºC 75% 10% 25ml 18kmh
Apr 30ºC 22ºC 27ºC 75% 12% 34ml 17kmh
May 31ºC 23ºC 28ºC 75% 23% 70ml 16kmh
Jun 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 75% 28% 80ml 15kmh
Jul 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 75% 24% 60ml 15kmh
Aug 32ºC 24ºC 30ºC 75% 29% 73ml 15kmh
Sep 31ºC 24ºC 30ºC 75% 32% 90ml 14kmh
Oct 29ºC 22ºC 28ºC 75% 25% 72ml 16kmh
Nov 28ºC 21ºC 27ºC 75% 14% 38ml 19kmh
Dec 27ºC 19ºC 26ºC 75% 9% 21ml 19kmh
Month
Jan 26ºC 18ºC 26ºC 73% 13% 33ml 19kmh
Feb 26ºC 18ºC 25ºC 73% 12% 33ml 19kmh
Mar 28ºC 20ºC 26ºC 73% 12% 32ml 19kmh
Apr 29ºC 21ºC 26ºC 73% 13% 35ml 19kmh
May 30ºC 23ºC 28ºC 73% 24% 68ml 17kmh
Jun 31ºC 24ºC 28ºC 73% 32% 87ml 16kmh
Jul 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 73% 28% 70ml 15kmh
Aug 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 73% 32% 80ml 15kmh
Sep 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 73% 35% 96ml 15kmh
Oct 28ºC 22ºC 28ºC 73% 28% 77ml 17kmh
Nov 27ºC 20ºC 27ºC 73% 18% 48ml 20kmh
Dec 26ºC 18ºC 26ºC 73% 12% 34ml 20kmh

Especies - Estacionalidad

Especies JanJFebFMarMAprAMayMJunJJulJAugASepSOctONovNDecD
Walhe Shark
Silky shark
Hawksbill turtle
Lemon shark
Blacktip shark
Nurse shark
Hammerhead Shark
Barracuda
Grouper
Especies JanJFebFMarMAprAMayMJunJJulJAugASepSOctONovNDecD
Bull shark

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