Jardines de la Reina
The 90-mile arc of mangroves and keys along Cuba’s southeastern coast encompasses an 850-square-mile no-take marine reserve.
Cuba is a dream destination for many divers, and this video highlights the country’s beautiful dive sites in Jardines de la Reina, or Gardens of the Queen. This area is part of an 850-square-mile no-take marine reserve and is home to a huge variety of marine life including plenty of sharks, grouper, and crocodiles. The Gardens of the Queen is earning quite the reputation for the large number of sharks that can be found swimming within its pristine waters.
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