Part 9: Three Stitches

Being fit to dive After five weeks out of the water slowly but surely husband and I felt strong enough to go back cave diving again. I had taken a break from cave diving and exploring because my mental health wasn't the best. Psychological state is really important...

Dos Ojos Cenote Diving

Dos Ojos. “Two Eyes” By Dominic Evans Photos By Lindsay Lou Two connected Cenotes make the two dives we do here the best Cenote diving experience for Open Water divers. A safe fun introduction to cavern diving. There is lots of light, many grand rock formations and...

Diving in The Pit

Diving in The Pit   For me diving in the pit is the most awesome journey through time and space imaginable in a single experience.   We drive through the jungle where we find a rather normal Cenote entrance with a flight of steps that lead down to a small...

How to choose a scuba diving mask in 5 easy steps.

How to choose a scuba diving mask in 5 easy steps. Choosing your first scuba diving mask can be a difficult process. You find yourself in front of a wall with 100’s of masks that can seem all the same. This is why today, I have decided to reply to 5 questions, to...

A History of Cenotes in the Yucatan

A History of Cenotes in the Yucatan Underwater Cave Systems Cenotes and the underwater cave systems, for which they are an access point, have formed over millions of years. Limestone Rock The top layer of rock on the Yucutan is limestone. Limestone rock is formed...

5 Best Cenotes to Dive in Tulum

  5 Best Cenotes to Dive in Tulum   Cenote Diving in the Riviera Maya   If you are scuba diving in Playa del Carmen or the Cenotes in Cancun, maybe you haven’t heard that the best Cenotes in the whole of Mexico can be found near Tulum. Photos by: Tom St...

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