10 thoughts on “Cuba Scuba Dive, Part I

      1. I know. Crazy, right? Maybe if I got to the point where I thought I could put on the scuba gear and master the circular breathing then a new fear would emerge but for now that is my fear, not the sharks or their teeth. I have always been fascinated by sharks so I would love to have a close encounter with them.

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  1. Cool post, I was fortunate enough to be able to visit the Jardines do la Reina with my boyfriend in Cuba for some scuba diving in August 2012. We were on a people to people trip from the India and spend some time in Havana then we were aboard the Avalon II for some scuba diving!! It was a chance to see firsthand the health of the reef and fish life in this area. We were able to learn from fish experts and marine biologists about this important protected marine park. There are many shark!!! Most of the Caribbean, shark sightings are rare but here it is an almost every dive event! It really speaks to how well they have protected the entire area

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