diving in Cuba

Diving in Cuba

Cuba has over 3,500 miles of coastline and some of the most unspoiled diving locations in the world. The waters around Cuba are warm with temperatures ranging between 23°C and 30°C. With visibility of up to 30 metres, you will find a vast array of diving possibilities at any of the locations around the island. In the furthest western point - Maria la Gorda is in the top 10 world dive sites. Diving here is excellent but perhaps for the more experienced as you can dive the Cayman Trench.

You can also enjoy more relaxed diving around Trinidad and Varadero. Dozens of species of fish, moray eels, barracuda, rays and the occasional shark all make for a memorable dive. We can advise on the best diving schools and dive sites suitable for your experience.

Experts consider that the seabed at Marķa la Gorda is among the top ten places in Latin America for diving, all due to its abundant marine life and extraordinarily beautiful corals.