Dive travel in time of Covid


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It has been challenging yet at the same time interesting year full of diving activities in Canada and in our satelite locations in Cuba. Last year after the dive trip to the Philippines in January and dive trip to Cuba in February and March the global pandemic forced us to close the door for a couple of months.The summer was extremely busy , we could not travel so local diving was the only possible way to dive. Then in December we started dive travel again, live aboard in Bahamas and winter dive camp in Cuba.

We were part of the first women only course in Cuba followed by 6 weeks of the dive camp in Cienfuegos untill the government shut down the travel again in February. I decided to stay in Cuba waiting for restart of the flights to the Caribbean .

We kept busy , diving , working with the scientists collecting samples from the sea and developing programs for the divers .

I returned to Canada on July 10 after 7 months of living and diving in Cienfuegos . The summer dive season in Canada is busy as always but it is coming to its end .

I booked my returned flight to Cuba on November 5 and the plan is to start fall dive camp in Cienfuegos for straight 6 weeks . The divers , their families and friends can join our dive team for one or several weeks of vacations in Cuba . The dive courses will be offered for those who are not certified and refreshers or continuing educación for those who want to improve their scuba diving skills. On November 27 the Fotosub will start and divers will be able to try out their underwater photography skills. The same week we are planning a trip to Banco deJagua , one of the top diving spots in Cuba . For more information send me a message from one of the links provided on this website.


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