Cuba is an idyllic scuba diving destination, whose attractions delight professional divers, enthusiasts and novices alike. The waters around the main island, and the more than 4,000 cays and islets that make up the Cuban archipelago, are warm and extraordinarily clear, with an average visibility of 30 to 40 metres. The diversity and pristine quality of the reefs are unrivalled almost anywhere on the planet. Upwards of 30 fully equipped international dive centres offer reef snorkeling, as well as both day and night dives to depths of up to 40 metres.
Secluded María la Gorda, on the western edge of Pinar del Río is famous for stunning walls of black coral, teeming with sea life. Explore Cuba’s longest reef (the second longest in the world) off Camagüey’s Playa Santa Lucía, or swim alongside yellowtail snappers and queen angelfish off the coast of Jardines del Rey. Shipwreck seekers can head for the sunken Spanish warship off the coast of Santiago de Cuba in the south or dive to Varadero’s El Neptuno in the north.
Varadero beach has more than 25 diving sites, including the popular Cayo Piedras del Norte underwater park, where old yachts, frigates and planes have been deliberately sunk for recreational exploration.
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