Cuba's Gardens of the Queen: Exotic Caribbean Paradise
Gardens of the Queen is located 60 miles off the southern Coast of Cuba and was declared a Protected Marine Park in 1996. Avalon Outdoor, in coordination with Blue Sanctuary and Cuban Marine Biologist, is committed to the continued successful protection of this complex ecosystem. Today it is regarded as one of the last fully intact marine ecosystems in the world.
Here resides the largest populations of adult fish in the Caribbean. Sharks, Snappers Groupers, Jewfish up to 400 Pounds are an everyday experience. Sharks are one of the main attractions and can easily dive with up to 6 different species during your week. 90 miles of virgin mangroves and reef, perfectly protected and thriving for you to come explore. Calm conditions year round make it a perfect destination for all level of divers, snorkelers and eco-tourist alike. Come experience this untouched paradise and support the conservation of this vital Marine Park for generations to come.