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Diving around Jardines del Rey is a portion of the best diving in Cuba. The reef is 32km long with a normal profundity of 10 meters deep and drop offs to 30 meters, the diving here is ideal for any level. The unmistakable waters and plenitude of fish and coral species, you'll believe you're diving in an aquarium! You will discover a dive focus in Cayo Guillermo and Cayo Coco, there are no other dive fixates on the cays. There are more than 30 dive destinations in the zone with things to see, for example, sharks, groupers, snappers, morays, beams, loads of fish, corals, caverns and hollows.
The best profound dive in the islands is La Jaula (The Cage) with tremendous gorgonians and substantial fish, perhaps a beam or reef shark cruising the reef as well. Fledgling divers and macro photographic artists will love Casas which is an exceptionally shallow, clear dive with heaps of coral and barracudas. Las Coloradas (The Red) is brimming with holes and fissure to investigate and enormous schools of tarpon however presumably the most energizing site in the territory would need to be Los Tiberones (The Sharks) where bunches of reef sharks hang out alongside groupers, snappers and other big fish.