EXPLORING CUBA: THE GARDENS OF THE QUEEN

Cuba’s Jardines de la Reina might just be the most pristine and wild places left in the Caribbean!

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Food for thought

The Gardens of the Queen reminds me of what the barrier reefs of the Florida Keys used to look like when I was a kid. Since then, South Florida has become both the dive capitol of the world, and the sport-fishing capitol of the world. On the other hand, the Gardens of the Queen are incredibly remote and only visited by about 1500 people each year.

Do you think there is any connection between human pressure and the health of coral reef habitats?