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Diving in Guayama

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When to go to Guayama

Diving is available all year round with an average annual temperature of 26C/80F.

Scuba diving in Guayama

Guayama, officially the Autonomous Municipality of Guayama, is located in the southern coastal valley region. Guayama is known for the Jobos Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, a beautiful reserve that features mangrove forests and freshwater wetlands. The marine life is diverse, and one of the most beautiful sites nearby is El Imperio, a reef dive where sharks, dog snappers, morays, garden eels, rays, barracudas, stingrays, and large crabs can be seen (average depth is 26m/85ft, max. depth is 60m/196ft). The site is accessible by boat. Moving to Humacao and Vieques Island on the southeastern coast, divers will find the waters ideal for all skill levels (open-water reefs here are visited by migrating whales and manatees) with lots of dive sites. There are over 50 dive sites between Fajardo, Humacao, and Vieques. Currents are medium near Guayama (1-2 knots), and the visibility ranges from 10-30m/32-98ft.