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Cave Diving in Tulum, Mexico Photograph by Patrik Gustafsson, National Geographic

Cave Diving in Tulum, Mexico Photograph by Patrik Gustafsson, National Geographic Your Shot A diver explores a cenote in Tulum, Mexico. Ancient Maya believed that the rain god Chaak lived in these natural wells. Now they are giving archaeologists new ins

"The Pit is an incredible dive site in Tulum Mexico. A fresh water sinkhole with unlimited visibility a hydrogen sulfide layer (aka 'the cloud') and an 'island' of debris (with it's own tree which you can see in the picture)" says photographer Tom St George.

The Pit is an incredible dive site in Tulum Mexico. A fresh water sinkhole with unlimited visibility a hydrogen sulfide layer (aka the cloud) and an island of debris (with its own tree which you can see in the picture) says photographer Tom St George.

*Scuba Diving

Diving in Verzasca River Diver in crystal clear water of Verzasca river in Ticino - Switzerland. Photograph by Marc Henauer (Not "the sea", but it fits).

by Jacques de Vos :)

Beautiful shot by Jacques de Vos taken of Linda Paganelli free diving (on a single breath) in front of a cave in the Ras Mohammed National Park, Egypt.

Underwater Cave, Cenote Dos Ojos: Mexico I love diving caves and swim through's!

I love doing this. When I get the chance

Enjoy scuba diving in Puerto Vallarta with Vallarta’s only PADI scuba dive center. More than 12 years of dive experience & expert instructors.

Stunning photos of 30 haunting shipwrecks from all over the world. From and Australia, Egypt to Portugal and Maui.

30 incredible and tragically beautiful images of the world's most haunting shipwrecks

30 incredible and tragically beautiful images of the world’s most haunting shipwrecks -- Hermes is one of Bermuda's most modern wreck dives. In 1984 the Bermuda Dive Association scuttled the Hermes, a freighter that had seen better days

flooded ruins in Japan est. over 8,000 years old

Yonaguni, Japan - submerged ruins estimated to be around years old and was discovered in 1995 by a sport diver.

Underwater caves in Mexico--- I've already done this. Not sure I'll ever do it again... pretty scary stuff.

Underwater caves in Mexico--- I've done this! It is so beautiful I can't wait to go back!

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“Freediving Serenity” Bronze in Divers Joel Penner, California Location: Tulum, Mexico Comment: Tulum is said to have more diving diversity than anywhere else in the world. - In memory of Richard Tedesco who loved the free dive.

Yolanda Wreck, Egypt

Yolanda Wreck, Egypt presents a challenging effort by scuba divers in this extremely deep dive that has much peril.

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visitheworld: “ Exploring the underwater tunnels of Dos Ojos Cave System, Riviera Maya, Mexico (by lsoudsema).

"So tell me darling do you wish we'd fall in love? Yeah all the time all the time Time together isn't never quite enough When you and I are alone, I've never felt so at home What will it take to make or break this hint of love? Only time, only time"

Scuba Diving Magazine's 2013 Photo Contest Winners : CAVE by Pietro Formis - Ras Mohammed, Egypt

Gran Cenote in the riviera maya simply one of the best caverns to scuba dive/snorkel; and ruins Tulum, Mexico

Scuba Dive gran Cenote Playa Del Carmen Tulum Riviera Maya Mexico Come and experience the most amazing scuba diving of your life. These Cenotes / Caverns / Caves are found all over the Riviera Maya, near Playa Del Carmen and Tulum

Barefoot dining Mexican style - Chamico’s, Soliman Bay, Tulum, Mexico

When we’re travelling we love finding that rare place you can tell not many tourists know about. That low-key ambience, the lack of menus,.

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