Cueva de los Peces is one of the most amazing gifts of nature that exists. This seventy-two-meter deep cenote, located on the south coast of Cuba, in the municipality of Ciénaga de Zapata, is the deepest in the country.

Its attractive is that this water well, surrounded by vegetation, creates a natural swimming pool ideal for diving, due to the transparency and quietness of its waters.

In its depths you can discover incredible fish of the most diverse shapes and colors. At the bottom of the lagoon, there is an underwater tunnel with stalactites, which connects the cenote with the sea, which allows multiple marine species to coexist.

The submarine life of La Cueva de los Peces is spectacular. Immersing yourself in this fantastic world of colour and diversity is one of the most exciting experiences you can encounter.

To make the dive, the visitor can consult with a professional in the international diving center located in this same place, in addition to obtaining the necessary equipment.

Around the Cueva de los Peces you can also enjoy the natural environment tasting the delicious typical dishes of this region, made from seafood, fish and crocodile meat.

In La Cueva de los Peces the visitor will discover a natural space perfect to enjoy the wealth of Cuban flora and fauna, excellent for lovers of underwater life.

For Visits: Road to Playa Girón, 18 kilometers from Playa Larga. Bay of Pigs. Ciénaga de Zapata. Matanzas. Cuba (“22.1666; -81.13663”)

by: Lys Alfonso Bergantiño