03 Jun Deserted Beaches and Awesome Wildlife in Cuba
Declared a Natural Reserve in 1996, the archipelago of the Jardines de la Reìna in Cuba is an amazing wilderness area and a paradise for diving and fishing.
Surrounded by mangroves, the lagoon houses lots of awesome wildlife: herons and pelicans, crocodiles, eagle rays, tarpons, nurse sharks and lots more. And then secluded and deserted beaches, perfect for a moment of relax and a swim after a great dive.
Jardines de la Reìna is an amazing place and a dream for people who, like me, are wild about nature.