b'CubaA Sustainable Marine Conservation & HumanitarianDiving Expedition Embark on a unique diving adventure in Cuba that supports sustainable marine conservation efforts in the pristine coral reef ecosystem of Jardines de la Reinathe Gardens of the Queen. During a week aboard a modern luxury motor yacht, eco-enthusiasts, divers and non-divers alike will support conservation efforts by working alongside Cuban marine biologists on a long-term environmental project that combines diving activities with conservation initiatives. Guided by expert naturalist diving instructors, explore different sites each day in the protected marine reserve known for its stunning beauty, biodiversity, and diverse marine life, including sharks, sea turtles, barracudas, and colorful fish. Jardines de la Reina has some of the healthiest coral reefs in the Caribbean, strictly regulated since the 1990s to minimize environmental impact.The Camagey itinerary and the Havana Extension itinerary are legal travel for US Citizens under the OFAC General License Support For the Cuban People. The Dive program aboard the ship is a Sustainable Marine Conservation Humanitarian Project, and operated as legal travel for US Citizens under the OFAC General License for Humanitarian Projects.ITINERARY8 nights| Arrivals in Camagey, Cuba; 1 Night; drive to Port Jucaro to board Avalon yacht for 7 nights; drive to Camagey; departures.Post-trip extension:3-nights in HavanaHIGHLIGHTSDiscover captivating Camagey and its UNESCO World Heritagehistoric centerExplore the beauty of one of worlds most pristine coral reefsFour dives per day included during five full dive days; two on the final dayThe dive schedule is semi-customizableAll diving is done from a tender/ dive skiffMaximum number of divers per skiff and dive site: 12. Dive guide todiver ratio 1:6Dives range from 40ft to 75ft and last 45 to 60 minutesPrices Starting From$6,499 per personGroup Size: Choice of six luxury yachts with capacity for 20 / 24 / 30 / 40 guests Season: Water temperature range:Dec - Apr: 77 /79F; May - Nov: 80/85F. Conservation NatureBirding DivingCulture HistoryMarine Life14 Conservancy Travel|conservancytravel.org'