Cuba is surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic and consists of 2 islands. About 350,000 inhabitants live on the main island of Cuba and the smaller Isla de la Juventud on a total area about 23,000 km2. The capital is Havana. The official language is Spanisc. Cuba is located in the time zone UTC -4 hours.
DIVING AT DESTINATION
DIVING QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Diving awaits you in Cuba a beautiful dive site, because Cuba is surrounded by a crystal-clear and exciting underwater world, which offers a diverse marine fauna and flora. Among the oceans are various sharks, rays, groupers and moray eels, which have an ideal habitat in coral blocks, steep walls and caves. In any case, travelers should be able to demonstrate a certified health and fitness test.
Diving in Cuba is suitable for both beginners and advanced.
POPULAR DIVE REGIONS
JARDINES DE LA REINE
Jardines de la Reine is one of the most beautiful dive sites in the Caribbean and includes a variety of coral islands and a diversified underwater life. In the case of a diving trip, Many different shark species such as reef, wall and hammerhead sharks are observed.
MARIA LA GORDA
In the low-flow diving region of María la Gorda, divers can learn an underwater world characterized by steep walls, caves, crevices, canyons, wrecks and coral blocks. These offer a perfect habitat for numerous marine inhabitants such as rays, groupers, moray eels, angelfish, parrotfish and various shark species.
Cuba is characterized by a tropical climate and is a destination that can be visited all year round due to the average temperature of 25 °C.
BEST TRAVEL TIME
In Cuba can be dived in any season. The best travel time is from November to April.