Jardines de la Reina The Best Diving Day Ever

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hydrowicz

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Would you swim with crocodiles? Award-winning underwater photographer Sean Chinn sure would! In Jardines de la Reina, an archipelago in the southern part of Cuba, lucky divers get to meet El Niño, the resident croc in these pristine mangroves. Read on to hear more about this remarkable corner of the world in this week's Ocean Pulse.

Jardines de la Reina The Best Diving Day Ever

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Ayisha

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I loved diving in Jardines de la Reina. It was so healthy, beautiful and colourful. Our resident croc at Tortuga was Tito, a little bigger than Nino.
 

Dan

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I was there last week. Went twice to check on Nino, but he’s no where to be seen. According to Gustavo (DM of Avalon), Nino wasn’t there either on the week before our visit. That’s 2 weeks MIA. I hope he’s OK.
 

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