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Explore Cuba's best kept diving secret: The Bay of Pigs

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Divers swim among coral heads heading out to the dropoff at Cueva de los Peces in Cuba.

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Moon jellyfish are beautiful to watch underwater, but don’t get too close.

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A portion of Cuba’s rugged limestone coastline made up of ancient coral-reef remnants.

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Discover white-sand beaches along Cuba’s underdeveloped southern coast.

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A local fishing fleet at Playa Larga in Cuba.

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A brilliant sight along the coastal road near the Bay of Pigs.

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Enrich your diving trip by exploring nearby towns such as Playa Larga, and staying with a local family instead of at a resort.

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