Cayo Coco, Cuba
Hotels in Cayo Coco
Pestana Cayo Coco
Hotel Villa Cayo Coco
Hotel Colonial Cayo Coco
Tryp Cayo Coco
Iberostar Cayo Coco
Sol Cayo Coco
Melia Cayo Coco
Melia Cayo Guillermo
Club Villa Cojimar
Ciego de Avila Special
Cueva Jabali (disco)
Swim with dolphins
Cayo Media Luna
Ciudad de Morón
Parque El Bagá
Resto-Bar Cayo Coco
Discover Playa Pilar
Cayo Media Luna
Jeep, Scooter & bus
Kitesurf Cayo Guillermo
Fauna & Flora in Cuba
Scuba diving in Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo
Description from the Tour Operators ...
« Curious to discover the seabed, or you already have the experience to take the diving suits and oxygen tanks? We offer you twice a day the chance to a scuba diving between 12 and 30 meters. Allow 10 CUC more by diving equipment. Package for certified divers. Basic course for beginners. Feel free to try!
The coral reef extends north of the Jardines del Rey over 20 kms at depths ranging from 2 to 40 meters. The dive sites are located in relatively shallow. The sea floor topography is varied. Its main attraction is the variety of fish that inhabit the area. You'll feel like an aquarium.»
The dive center is located in the Melia Cayo Guillermo. It is a « Marlin » center certified NNW (not PADI). It is administered by the company « Blue Diving ».
You can contact the dive center at the following address ...
Phone: (53 33) 308179 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (23 33) 301223 / Email: email@example.com
Double tank: 96 CUC / Snorkeling course: 20 CUC / Pool diving: 25 CUC
All the sites to discover in scuba diving around Cayo Coco and Guillermo ...
It is not the best to go to scuba diving or snorkeling directly from the beach. You must get to the marina and take a boat or catamaran. If you are looking for a place in Cuba where it is possible to dive (snorkel) without booking a tour, please visit our website dedicated to this small diving paradise in Cuba ... Jibacoa, Cuba. You will not be disappointed!
For several years we are taking underwater photos that we share with lovers of the marine world throughout our multiple websites. As we had hundreds of photos scattered across several sites, it became difficult for visitors of our websites to access all our underwater photos and videos.
In 2008, we launched a website dedicated exclusively to the marine world. It includes fish, corals and other specimens photographed and information on our digital cameras and tips for diving. A tribute to the wonderful world colorful and diverse, but fragile.
Great new! Since summer 2010, the site is now bilingual.
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