Where is it? About 1 hour north of Holguin in northeastern Cuba, Playa Pesquero is Cuba’s largest all inclusive hotel.
Getting there: Flights into Holguin are followed by a one-hour land transfer to the hotels on the north shore. Rental cars are also an option.
Accommodations: Hotel Playa Pesquero
The Scuba Diving: 22 dive sites are identified and the Marina Puerto Vita services the hotel’s dive center. The coral reef is 10 miles long and is populated with tropical fish, varied coral & cave formations making for a fantastic underwater landscape for divers to explore.
Playa Pesquero Diving
Prices in USD
Dive packages are priced individually and are non-transferable.
Includes: bcd/regulator, wetsuit, mask/fins, weights, tanks, boat, dive guide
Excludes: add’l equipment rental, gratuities
Requires: presentation of international dive certification and foreign passport. Cuban nationals require previous National Coast Guard authorization to board dive vessels.
Note 1: up to 2 daily dives/session available in this destination, specific locations pending weather conditions. 2 daily sessions offered.
Note 2: If your dive destination involves domestic flight services, WoWCuba suggests keeping in mind that domestic flight schedules in Cuba are irregular and subject to last minute changes. It’s recommended not to fly within 24 hours of your last dive so avoiding planning/programming any diving on your last day in the destination is prudent.
Note 3: WoWCuba cautions travelers to avoid overbooking dive services especially on Cuba’s north shore during the winter months as cold fronts can often negatively affect planned nautical departures.
Dive Course in Playa Pesquero
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Includes: all theoretical (except for referral courses) and practical equipment, boat, dive guide, 4 dives.
Requires: Presentation of foreign passport, signed medical waiver and 2 1″X1″ photos. Cuban nationals require previous National Coast Guard authorization to board dive vessels. Divers completing Advanced (or superior) courses must present their current certification and logbook. Referral course students must bear their duly signed theory/pool paperwork for local presentation.