Jardines de la Reina, Cuba

Jardines de laReina, Cuba, is an archipelago, just south of Jucaro town and out in the Gulf of Ana Maria. With hundreds of cays and mangrove islets, the area has a thriving fish population, with the guarantee of seeing numerous sharks and groupers.

Cuba diving, Jardines de la Reina archipelago, Cueva del Pulpo, Solomon Baksh, Blue magazine
by Sandra Baksh

Nature’s neon-colored “nudi”

  For Blue's current cover (Jan–April 2016 issue), macro-photography in…

Nembrotha kubaryana2
by Sandra Baksh

Willemstad’s pastel façades

  A stroll through Punda, the oldest district of Willemstad, is…

by Sandra Baksh

Malé, the island capital city of Maldives

How many countries have capital cities that are densely populated…

Malé, Maldives, manmade beach, Wayne B. Brown, liveaboard yacht, Maldives Aggressor
by Sandra Baksh

Cocos Island, “El Copey” bridge

Located 340 miles southwest off the Pacific coast of Costa…

El Copey bridge, Cocos Island, Costa Rica
by Sandra Baksh

Guadeloupe, Les Saintes Bay

Guadeloupe is an archipelago comprising of five sets of islands.…

Les Saintes Bay, Guadeloupe, French West Indies
by Sandra Baksh

Guadeloupe, Cousteau Reserve

Basse-Terre is set on a volcanic mountain range, topped by…

by Sandra Baksh

Saba, Dutch Caribbean, Front, aerial view

Life is simple and relaxing on this charming 5-square-mile island.…

The Road, Saba, Dutch Caribbean
by Sandra Baksh

Saba, Dutch Caribbean, view from Maskerhorne Hill

Mt. Scenery is Saba’s highest peak (2877 feet) and is…

by Sandra Baksh

Turks and Caicos Islands, Grace Bay on Providenciales

Made up of over 40 islands and cays, with only…

TCI, Provo, Grace bay
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