Diving and Fishing
Cuba’s Jardines de la Reina
Scuba diving in Cuba’s Jardines de la Reina (Gardens of the Queen) Is truly a spectacular experience.
This marine park is renowned for its virtually untouched and well-preserved coral reef ecosystem, making it one of the most biodiverse areas in the Caribbean.
Divers are captivated by the vibrant coral formations, abundant marine life, and crystal-clear turquoise waters. Sharks, dolphins, manatees, and a dazzling array of tropical fish can all be encountered beneath the surface.
Strict protection measures ensure limited human impact, resulting in thriving marine populations and healthy coral reefs.
Fly fishing in Cuba is far different from other destinations in the Caribbean.
Only in recent years has this flats fishery been developed, and you are fishing waters that have not seen sport fishing for nearly fifty years.
Cuba has given these pristine areas protection as Cuban National Marine Parks, where no commercial fishing is allowed other than for lobster.
Flats fish like Tarpon, Permit, Bonefish, Snook, Mutton Snapper, Barracuda, and a variety of Jacks are found in incredible numbers and since the fishing pressure is so light in these areas the fish rarely encounter sport fishermen and are unusually easy to catch!
Cuba’s Diving & Fishing Experts
As avid divers and ocean enthusiasts ourselves, Cultural Cuba is happy to help plan diving and fishing experiences in Cuba.
We offer extensive pre and post diving/fishing trip custom guided stays in Havana.
We highly recommend tacking on a few days’ stop in Havana in order to fully and truly experience the magic of Cuba.