Bookings between March 31 and August 31, 2018, are $2,699 per person.
THE OCEANS FOR YOUTH FOUNDATION, in conjunction with the Jardines Aggressor I™, has opened the Ciénaga de Zapata (Zapata Swamp) and Bahía de Cochinos (Bay of Pigs) to divers. The new seven-night educational program operates in the area of the Zapata peninsula where the Zapata Swamp National Park protects the largest wetlands in the Caribbean and the surrounding marine waters filled with corals and marine life. Covering 1.5 million acres, the Zapata Biosphere Reserve includes marshes, mangroves, coral reefs and forests that provide habitat for crocodiles, migrating birds, turtles and countless aquatic species. The Oceans for Youth Foundation’s authorized People-to-People Group Travel Program offers divers the chance to explore the reefs from aboard the 110-foot, 20-passenger Jardines Aggressor I™. Included is up to four dives per day and optional night dives. Cuban marine biologists will host presentations and discussions on the marine environment, local conservation efforts and the ecological importance of this remote ecosystem.
The Saturday-to-Saturday itinerary begins March 31, 2018. As an introductory offer, bookings between March 31 and August 31, 2018, are $2,699 per person including diving daily, onboard accommodations, meals and snacks, soft beverages and local alcohol.
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