Let Dive and More take you on the trip of a life time this Christmas season with a trip to Cuba aboard the Avalon 1. From December 30th 2017 until January 6 2018 we will visit Jardines de la Reina, which translates to Gardens of the Queen. This area of Cuba was named by Christopher Columbus to honor the Queen of Spain. It is made up of more than 600 cays and small islands.
The underwater landscape includes canyons, pinnacles, and caves. It has plenty of healthy mangroves, sponges, and black corals. It is widely known as the most pristine reef areas left in the Caribbean. It is also one of the few locations in the world where you can swim with crocodiles!
The location of the Gardens of the Queen as well the political situation of Cuba has limited the number of divers to the location to about 1000 divers per year.
Dive and More ran a very successful and fun trip to Cuba last year (photos and video below). So much so that we decided to come back this year! As of this writing, there are 4 seats remaining of on our trip this year. Let our experienced travel planners help you in all aspects of this trip. From answering all of your questions pre-booking, to helping with all of your custom needs, to answering any questions you may have while onboard, we are with you every step of the way.
Professional photographer Ran Mor will be offering atleast 3 Underwater and Video lessons while on board the Avalon to anyone who is interested. This is truly a unique trip, by people who are as passionate about diving are you are!
- 7 Nights aboard the Avalon I.
- All meals and drinks
- 3 Dives per day.
- Plus Night dives.
- 3 UW photography Classroom sessions for those are interested.
- Personal guidance throughout the week!
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Sharks of Gardens of the Queen - Cuba Dive Trip!
Cuba, Gardens of the Queen - good people, good music, good food, incredible dives, Sharks and more Sharks and some Crocodiles! All we need in life 🙂 Join our underwater adventure on Dec 29th, 2017 - Jan 6th, 2018 aboard the Avalon I liveaboard --> http://bit.ly/2sMVTe1Posted by Dive and More on Thursday, August 24, 2017