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Havana – Ciénaga de Zapata – Trinidad

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Havana – Ciénaga de Zapata- Girón Beach – Guajimico – Trinidad – Varadero

This is a 10 days complete scuba diving tour, where you will have the opportunity to dive in 5 different locations. Starts in Girón Beach, for 2 night dives besides the daytime ones, going then to Guajimico. At Trinidad you will also take a panoramic city tour. That last diving experience will take place at Tarará Beach, but first you will perform 2 more divings at Varadero.

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Havana | Ciénaga Zapata |  Girón Beach | Guajimico | Trinidad | Varadero | Havana

Created by potrace 1.16, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2019



9 nights of accommodation (ALL INCLUDED)


Created by potrace 1.16, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2019

Regulator, mask, fins, diving suit, camera, sunscreen

    DBL ROOM       SGL ROOM 

   €*       |      € *

*Price depends on the number of participants

Created by potrace 1.16, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2019


  • Arrival at Havana airport.
  • Transfer to the hotel and check-in.
  • Breakfast at the hotel and check-out. Departure to the Nacional Park of Ciénaga de Zapata to visit the crocodile breeding, and also Guamá and Taina village. 
  • After lunch, transfer to Girón Beach and check-in at the hotel. 
  • Free time.
  • Departure to the first diving experience accompanied by the diving instructor.
  • Return to the hotel for lunch. Departure for the second dive of the day and night diving experience. 
  • Return to the hotel for dinner.
  • Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to Guajimico, for a dive.
  • After lunch, departure to visit Trinidad, and take a panoramic tour through the historic centre.
  • Transfer to Girón Beach and check-in at the hotel.
  • Dinner and rest.
  • Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to Trinidad Marina, to perform 2 divings.
  • Return for lunch and enjoy the hotel activities and the beach.
  • Free time until check-out. Lunch at the hotel and departure to Santa Clara.
  • Visit to the Che Guevara Mausoleum and take a short panoramic city tour.
  • Trip to Varadero Beaches. Check-in at the hotel and free time.
  • Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Barracuda Diving Centre, for 2 divings.
  • Return to the hotel for lunch and rest.
  • Breakfast at the hotel and check-out.
  • Transfer to Havana, stopping at Tarará Beach to perform one last dive.
  • Return to Tarará dock for lunch and continue the trip to Havana. Check-in and free time. 
  • Night: farewell dinner.
  • Breakfast and free time until check-out. 
  • Transfer from the hotel to airport, according to flight schedule.

What you say about us


  • Accommodation, visits, food and tours; 
  • Pack of 4 dives + 2 night dives at Octopus Diving Centre, Playa Girón; 
  • 1 dive at Guajimico Diving Centre;
  • Pack of 2 dives at Trinidad Marina;
  • 1 dive at Tarará Marina;
  • Pack of 2 dives at Barracuda Diving Centre, Varadero;
  • Diving instructor;
  • Transfers;
  • Dive boat;
  • Weight vest and scuba tank.


  • International flights
  • Regulator, mask, fins and diving suit.
  • Everything not listed as included
  • Travel Insurance


Got a Question?


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Tropikvedeta can handle the visa for you, if you prefer.

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The only immunization you are required to have is for Yellow Fever. All the others are optional, so the best thing to do is to talk to your doctor or a travel medicine clinician about it.  

Absolutely. All passengers traveling with Get Lost Tourism are required to purchase travel insurance before the start of your trip. Due to the varying nature, availability and cost of health care around the world, travel insurance is very much an essential and necessary part of every journey.

Yes, we can purchase the flights for you.

Yes, just talk to us and we will arrange it for you. 

As a general rule, you should avoid tap water in Cuba and stick to drinking bottled water. This includes mixed drinks made with tap water and beverages containing ice made from tap water, so ask for your drinks without ice. 

Cuba enjoys a tropical climate, with year-round temperate weather. We distinguish between two seasons: the wet season (May-October) and the dry season (November-April). But our advice is to travel to Cuba when you can and worry less about the weather in Cuba. There are benefits of traveling to Cuba during any month or any season. Ultimately, you can’t go wrong.

Yes, as long as it’s not drawn on an American bank. Unfortunately, it’s part of the US embargo restrictions on Cuba. Americans have to carry cash.

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Cell phone coverage is generally available in Cuba´s large cities and tourist towns. Rural and remote areas may have less network coverage. Remember to activate global roaming with your service provider before leaving home.

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