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Diving Cenotes

TDI Cavern Diver Course

Discover the mystery of the underwater caverns the way it should be. Get the knowledge and skills necessary to safely explore the veins of the earth. The TDI Cavern Diver ...

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Cave Diving

Cave Diving is a type of technical diving in which specialized SCUBA gear is used. In the U.K. it is an extension of the more common sport of caving, and ...

Sidemount Diving

What is Sidemount? Sidemount Diving is a way to assemble Scuba Equipment so that the tanks are worn on the diver’s sides instead of their back. It typically involves  two cylinders, although sidemounting a ...

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Sidemount Diving Instructor

What does it take to become a Full Cave Diver?

What does it take you ask?  A minimum of Open Water Scuba ...

Decompression Diving

Decompression procedures are necessary when deep diving because of the reduction in ambient pressure experienced by the ...

Cavern Diving

What is a Cenote? From the Mayan word D’zonot, Cenotes are characteristic of Mexico. Especially associated ...

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Scuba Diving in the Pacific

Humpback Whales & Scuba Diving in Colombia’s Pacific coast


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Colombia: Cave Diving Exploration

Having grown up in Medellín, Colombia, ever since I started exploring submerged caves in Mexico I imagined going back and exploring caves in my home country. Finally this past September during the Hurricane Season in the Riviera Maya I packed my gear and left Playa Del Carmen to go and take a first look at […]

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Scuba Diving Cenotes Dos Ojos

It is truly an unforgettable experience to Scuba Dive in one of the most popular it’s underwater archaeology, formations, history and accessibility; Dos Ojos Cenotes have become famous all around the globe. Two awesome Cavern Dives     One is the “Barbie Line” which extends for about 500mts/1650 feet with a maximum depth of 9mts/ 30 feet. […]

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