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Scuba and Snorkeling Culebra Waters
Culebra`s unique underwater scenery is known around the world as one of the most beautiful and intact reefs open to diving. There are many dive and snorkel sites, including a natural tunnel, caves, deep water drop offs, a sunken tug boat and endless coral reefs. Because there is no freshwater runoff in Culebra, the visibility is among the best in the world. Visibility can range from is 50 to 100 feet depending upon the site, weather and time of year. The average dive site depth is 50 to 60 feet. But there are some sites for experienced divers only. Diving in Culebra is like opening a fish guide for the Caribbean, you can discover them all, including a nearly infinite variety of invertebrates and corals. Culebra`s unique underwater scenery is known around the world as one of the most beautiful and intact reefs open to diving.
SOMETHING TO TREASURE...The Luis Peña Channel Natural Reserve was proposed by the Culebra Fishermen's Association to replenish local fish stocks and protect the coral reefs. This is the first NO TAKE marine protected area designated in Puerto Rico. The health of our coral reefs directly depends on strong reef fish populations. Similarly, fish and other animals such as lobsters and shellfish depend on the health of their coral reefs. The livelihoods and culture of the people of Culebra depend on healthy coral reefs. The people of Culebra thank you for helping to conserve their natural heritage by respecting this reserve area.
ALL OF THE DIVERSE FLORA AND FAUNA FOUND INSIDE THIS NATURAL RESERVE AREA PROTECTED FROM REMOVAL BY LAW.
For more information visit CORALations at www.coralations.org.