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 La Havana

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English (Translate this text in English): Havana area includes 70+ dive sites. The diving area is mainly east of La Havana: the diving area east of Havana, 20km long of fine white coral sand. Many species can be found here, including turtles, cat sharks, tuna, swordfish...

As Havana is a major harbour, there are many wrecks in this area, but unfortunately, most shipwrecks of historical nature are deep and hardly accessible. Some of them are Coral Island, USS Maine, Barcastegui Sanchez, Comodoro, Santissima Trinidad.

Two main departure areas: Tarara and Marina Hemingway.

English (Translate this text in English): Havana area includes 70+ dive sites. The diving area is mainly east of La Havana: the diving area east of Havana, 20km long of fine white coral sand. Many species can be found here, including turtles, cat sharks, tuna, swordfish...

As Havana is a major harbour, there are many wrecks in this area, but unfortunately, most shipwrecks of historical nature are deep and hardly accessible. Some of them are Coral Island, USS Maine, Barcastegui Sanchez, Comodoro, Santissima Trinidad.

Two main departure areas: Tarara and Marina Hemingway.

Havana area includes 70+ dive sites. The diving area is mainly east of La Havana: the diving area east of Havana, 20km long of fine white coral sand. Many species can be found here, including turtles, cat sharks, tuna, swordfish...

As Havana is a major harbour, there are many wrecks in this area, but unfortunately, most shipwrecks of historical nature are deep and hardly accessible. Some of them are Coral Island, USS Maine, Barcastegui Sanchez, Comodoro, Santissima Trinidad.

Two main departure areas: Tarara and Marina Hemingway.

English (Translate this text in English): Havana area includes 70+ dive sites. The diving area is mainly east of La Havana: the diving area east of Havana, 20km long of fine white coral sand. Many species can be found here, including turtles, cat sharks, tuna, swordfish...

As Havana is a major harbour, there are many wrecks in this area, but unfortunately, most shipwrecks of historical nature are deep and hardly accessible. Some of them are Coral Island, USS Maine, Barcastegui Sanchez, Comodoro, Santissima Trinidad.

Two main departure areas: Tarara and Marina Hemingway.

English (Translate this text in English): Havana area includes 70+ dive sites. The diving area is mainly east of La Havana: the diving area east of Havana, 20km long of fine white coral sand. Many species can be found here, including turtles, cat sharks, tuna, swordfish...

As Havana is a major harbour, there are many wrecks in this area, but unfortunately, most shipwrecks of historical nature are deep and hardly accessible. Some of them are Coral Island, USS Maine, Barcastegui Sanchez, Comodoro, Santissima Trinidad.

Two main departure areas: Tarara and Marina Hemingway.

English (Translate this text in English): Havana area includes 70+ dive sites. The diving area is mainly east of La Havana: the diving area east of Havana, 20km long of fine white coral sand. Many species can be found here, including turtles, cat sharks, tuna, swordfish...

As Havana is a major harbour, there are many wrecks in this area, but unfortunately, most shipwrecks of historical nature are deep and hardly accessible. Some of them are Coral Island, USS Maine, Barcastegui Sanchez, Comodoro, Santissima Trinidad.

Two main departure areas: Tarara and Marina Hemingway.

English (Translate this text in English): Havana area includes 70+ dive sites. The diving area is mainly east of La Havana: the diving area east of Havana, 20km long of fine white coral sand. Many species can be found here, including turtles, cat sharks, tuna, swordfish...

As Havana is a major harbour, there are many wrecks in this area, but unfortunately, most shipwrecks of historical nature are deep and hardly accessible. Some of them are Coral Island, USS Maine, Barcastegui Sanchez, Comodoro, Santissima Trinidad.

Two main departure areas: Tarara and Marina Hemingway.

English (Translate this text in English): Havana area includes 70+ dive sites. The diving area is mainly east of La Havana: the diving area east of Havana, 20km long of fine white coral sand. Many species can be found here, including turtles, cat sharks, tuna, swordfish...

As Havana is a major harbour, there are many wrecks in this area, but unfortunately, most shipwrecks of historical nature are deep and hardly accessible. Some of them are Coral Island, USS Maine, Barcastegui Sanchez, Comodoro, Santissima Trinidad.

Two main departure areas: Tarara and Marina Hemingway.

English (Translate this text in English): Havana area includes 70+ dive sites. The diving area is mainly east of La Havana: the diving area east of Havana, 20km long of fine white coral sand. Many species can be found here, including turtles, cat sharks, tuna, swordfish...

As Havana is a major harbour, there are many wrecks in this area, but unfortunately, most shipwrecks of historical nature are deep and hardly accessible. Some of them are Coral Island, USS Maine, Barcastegui Sanchez, Comodoro, Santissima Trinidad.

Two main departure areas: Tarara and Marina Hemingway.

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Jibacoa 9 / -
6 m 6.1 m All divers
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23 m 25 m CMAS ** / AOW

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