You can’t dive and explore the depths of a cave that reaches 70-feet deep in many places. Cueva de Saturno is one such diving spot that’s not far off the beaten path. There are many more caves that are worth your time. On the south coast of Cuba, you will see a different type of cave—slumping fracture caves. Travelers interested in cave diving should get to Gran Caverna de Santo Tomas, one of the largest and most complex cave systems in the Western Hemisphere. You’ll be amazed at some rectangular caves with sheer walls that drop off to 90 feet or more. Even the less-fit adventurers can cave dive— The Cuevas de Bellamar has a concrete floor so it’s not strenuous at all.