Avalon I, II and III Liveaboards and Tortuga Floating Hotel in the Gardens of the Queen, Cuba - Take up to $600 off!
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TORTUGA: $2890 (Usually $3300 ) + $200 inscription fee + $100 conservation fee
AVALON I: $3000 (Usually $3600) + $200 inscription fee + $100 conservation fee
AVALON II: $3300 (Usually $3800) + $200 inscription fee + $100 conservation fee
AVALON III : $3500 + $200 inscription fee + $100 conservation fee
Transfers round trip from Santa Clara/Camaguey
7 nights’ accommodation on the reserved boat/hotel on double occupancy
Full board basis (all meals).
Up to 4 dives per day on Avalon II and III and 3 dives daily on Avalon I and Tortuga
Beverage package (varies by accommodation): The yacht´s selection includes fruit juices, soft drinks, iced water, iced tea, coffee, and a limited selection of local beer and wine.
RATES DO NOT INCLUDE
$100 conservation fee (Tax deductible)
$200 Inscription fee
Airport Transfers to Havana if desired
Hotels: On request.
Equipment rental: Brand new Cressi equipment available.
Park Fee 50 CUC to be paid onsite
Gratuities: Recommend 10% of charter price
Cuban departure tax (CUC 25 to be paid at the airport before leaving)
CUC is 1 CUC for approx. 80 USA cents
Book by April 10, 2018
New bookings only. Offer may be rescinded anytime without notice
LET US BE YOUR GUIDE! OUR EXPERTS HAVE BEEN TO CUBA. LET US ADVISE YOU PERSONALLY ON LEGAL, SUSTAINABLE TRAVEL TO CUBA BASED ON OUR OWN AMAZING EXPERIENCES.
WE CAN TAILOR ADDITIONAL DAYS TO YOUR PREFERENCE WITH INCREDIBLE CULTURAL ITINERARIES THAT MEET THE U.S. GOVERNMENT’S REQUIREMENTS AND WILL LEAVE YOU WITH STORIES AND MEMORIES OF THIS UNIQUE DESTINATION THAT WILL LAST A LIFETIME.
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Subject to end and withdrawal at any time without notice
The archipelago know as Garden of the Queens comprises a chain of 250 virgin coral and mangrove islands extending along 75 miles of turquoise waters. Jardines de la Reina was declared a Marine Park in 1996. The largest populations of adult fish in the Caribbean, such as sharks, snappers, groupers and jewfish of up to 400 pounds, are an everyday experience. Sharks are one of the main attractions you can see everywhere. Modern skiffs are used to organize excursions to lagoons and boat rides through mangrove channels.
Avalon Fleet II has 10 deluxe, comfortable state rooms air-conditioned, with individual thermostats. All cabins have private bathrooms and 2 beds (one full, one twin). The vessel has an overall capacity of 20 passengers and 9 crew members. The design and interior decor give the yacht a touch of intimacy, refinement, a sense of warmth and simplicity, each space is created to provide its guests with maximum comfort and safety The boat guarantees all our guests a pleasant, exciting and exclusive cruise through Jardines de la Reina. Each room has panoramic windows to enjoy the breathtaking view of the Caribbean beaches.
Legal travel to Cuba
For U.S. Citizens and permanent residents, leisure travel and tourism activities still remains illegal. Visiting Cuba for those under U.S. jurisdiction is restricted to one of 12 categories enforced by the Department of Treasury. We work with a combination of foundations and marine researchers to provide full-time programs that comply with the State department’s general “People to People” educational travel license for your Gardens itinerary and for any additional add-on’s. Part of meeting these stipulations means that each traveler must have a full-time schedule of educational exchange activities that will result in meaningful interaction between the travelers and individuals in Cuba. We have travel specialists on staff that have personal experiences diving JDR, visiting Havana and beyond under these requirements. Please contact us for information and to tailor your Cuba educational and/or sustainable visit. For citizens of all other countries not subject to U.S. jurisdiction, there are no specific restrictions as far as travel to Cuba and leisure travel is permitted.