Aggressor Adventures has announced that it is resuming liveaboard itineraries to Cuba’s Gardens of the Queen National Park and Ciénaga de Zapata.
Itineraries to the Gardens of the Queen National Park depart from Jucaro, Cuba in the Gulf of Ana Maria aboard the Jardines Aggressor II.
On the trips, divers can encounter stunning coral reefs and islands, as well as mangroves and seagrass beds featuring huge crocodiles.
Itineraries to Ciénaga de Zapata depart from Playa Larga abroad Jardines Aggressor I and take in the pristine reefs, caves and shipwrecks off the Bay of Pigs and Gulf of Cazones.
On both itineraries, Cuban wildlife experts will lead nightly discussions about the ecosystem, flora and fauna, and conservation efforts.
Commenting on the resumption. Aggressor Adventures Chairman & CEO Wayne Brown stated:
“Cuba’s 30-year dedication to its reefs has nurtured the largest elkhorn coral gardens in the Caribbean…Black corals and huge sea fans are surrounded by numerous Goliath grouper, silky sharks, blacktip sharks and great hammerhead sharks. I am astounded by the abundance of coral and marine life every time I have the opportunity to dive there.”
For more info, go to aggressor.com or check out the video below about legally traveling to Cuba.