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Tiny islands snorkels and divers heaven, whose beaches are among the best on Cuba’s southern coast, offshore Trinidad, Cuba.

These completely uninhabited Cayos boast an abundance of mangroves, reptiles and other animals, as well as birds of the tropical coast; including flamingos and pelicans.

Cayo Blanco and Cayo Macho de Afuera are famous for its kaleidoscopic variety of corals, sea fans, variety of sponges and gorgonians.
Offer visitors wide, branched and feathery gorgonians, and tropical fish. Here, you can find concentrations of Black Coral, include a narrow insular shelf with a sandy bottom, sandy ridges up to 15 meters 30 feet high and underwater tunnels.

If you diving or snorkeling you can really appreciate the numerous tropical fish species, black coral, sponges, turtles and shellfish. There is also a wreck that attracts lots of fish.
Island of Cayo Blanco & Cayo Macho de Afuera has a beautiful beach where you can relax.

Playa Ancon is situated near the end of the Ancon Peninsula, 12 km south of Trinidad, offers water sports, deep-sea fishing, offshore snorkeling 21 diving sites.
Boat leave at 9 am from the Marlin Marina, cost is CUC$ 45 per person, include diner and snorkeling equipment. Book your trip in Tourist Office in Trinidad or in your Hotel.

Diving Center - Cayo Blanco Marina Marlin, address: Peninsula de Ancon, Playa Ancon Trinidad, Sancti Spiritus. tel: (53) 19-62-05

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Marlin Marina - Ancon

Marlin Marina organize ferry trips, shipwreck dives, boat rentals, equipment and excursions to catch various types of fish. A day trip takes you out to Cayo Blanco or Cayo Macho de Afuera, a small islands covered in scrub and coral. Cayo Blanco islands are uninhabited, though there is an outdoor restaurant.   Cayo Iguana Cruise go

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