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Underwater Photo Location: Garden of Queens

Underwater Photo Location: Garden of Queens

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One of the few places in the world where you can swim with wild salt water crocs in a natural environment.
Facts about Garden of Queens
  • It is in Cuba
  • Garden of Queens is in the Caribbean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 0-3 Metres 0-10 Feet.
Dive types
dayboat

Marine Life
big

Diving facilities
instruction

Photo facilities
wideangle

by Richard (qingran) Meng
Beauty and Beast

by Alejandro Topete
Shark and Boat, Gardens of the Queen, Cuba

by Alejandro Topete
Silky Shark with sky, Gardens of the Queen

by Alejandro Topete
Sharks Bellies, Gardens Of The Queen, Cuba

by Alejandro Topete
Reef Shark and Sky, Gardens of the Queen Cuba

by Alejandro Topete
Sharks in Surface, Gardens of the Queen Cuba

by Alejandro Topete
Cocodrile with a Snorkel, Gardens of the Queen Cuba

by Alejandro Topete
Shark with Divers, Gardens of the Queen Cuba

by Allen Walker
"Tricky Trio"

by Allen Walker
The Cuban rock iguana (Cyclura nubila), also known as the Cuban ground iguana or Cuban iguana, is a species of lizard of the iguana family. It is the largest of the West Indian rock iguanas one of the most endangered groups of lizards.

by Allen Walker
"Silky Sunset"

by Allen Walker
"Peek a Boo, I see you!" Number one rule to wide angle photography is get closer and when you think you are close enough, get a little closer! I was not expecting a kiss on my dome port, but hey, thanks Mr. Crocodile for being patient with me!

by Allen Walker
"Last Light"

by Allen Walker
"Deep Blue"
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