The warmth of the Cuban people is matched by the warm ocean that surrounds the archipelago country in which the reefs are little explored and undisturbed which gives a unique experience as sea life, in particular, grouper and sharks, are curious and will interact closely with divers.
Cuba is home to the second largest reef in the world behind the Australian Great Barrier and, what's more, is that Cuban diving features long drop-offs or the Grand Canyon which promises that dives are eventful and unforgettable.
The protected areas allows no more than 300 divers a year and there are no inhabitants on the nearby island, therefore, the fish have never learnt to fear humans. Their natural curiosity creates unbelievably close encounters.
Jardines de la Reina is a year round diving destination with water temperatures comfortable all year and marine life abundant.
This average visibility in the jade water is 98-131 feet (30-40m) which makes it possible to spot sharks and dolphins easily.
The main airport is located just outside Havana and is easily accessible using a direct flight from Canada, Europe and Mexico.
There are flights from Tampa and Miami in the US daily, with specific licensed operators, and there are also chartered flights directly to some resorts which may be less expensive. Viazul is a bus service that is most often used to travel around once you have arrived.