Diving in Cuba



Dive Guide for Cuba

Scuba diving in Cuba offers a unique and diverse underwater experience, characterized by vibrant coral reefs, clear blue waters, and the chance to explore shipwrecks and underwater caves. Cuba's warm Caribbean waters make it an excellent destination for both beginner and experienced divers, and the island's relatively untouched marine ecosystems contribute to the allure of its dive sites.

Cuba boasts healthy coral reefs teeming with colorful marine life. These reefs are home to a variety of tropical fish, sponges, and coral species, making them a paradise for underwater photography.

Cuba Dive Sites

Types of dives in Cuba

Boat Salt water Cavern Deep (80ft/24.5m) Fresh water Shore Easy entry Restroom on site Snorkel site Swim through Wall Wreck

Water Temperature

When to dive in Cuba

Cuba's warm and clear waters make for pleasant diving conditions throughout the year. Water temperatures typically range from 77°F (25°C) to 86°F (30°C), and visibility can often exceed 100 feet (30 meters), providing excellent underwater visibility for divers.

Essential Gear


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