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Your Scuba View: Cenote Diving In Mexico

Your Scuba View: Cenote Diving In Mexico

19 June, 2015 at 8:35 am Comments are Disabled

Last month the PADI Your Scuba View contest generated thousands of incredible photo entries that reflected divers personal views of their scuba diving adventures. One of the four winners from the contest was Max Franlund from Sweden, who submitted his winning photo (seen below) of him diving a Cenote in […]

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Your Scuba View Contest- Winners Announced 

Your Scuba View Contest- Winners Announced 

28 April, 2015 at 8:21 am Comments are Disabled

Congratulations to the four winners of the PADI Your Scuba View photo contest! The contest asked for users to share their personal view of scuba diving including topside and/or underwater highlights of scuba diving including, but not limited to, dive buddies, shore, pool or boat dives, specialty courses, marine life, unusual dive […]

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Video of the week: Sidemount Cavern Diving – Chac Mool

Video of the week: Sidemount Cavern Diving – Chac Mool

17 March, 2013 at 2:23 am Comments are Disabled

This weeks video of the week, comes from Cenotes, Mexico.   A Cenote is is a deep natural pit or sink hole.   The area offers a wealth of great diving and for those with the correct training  some amazing dives.     Why not also check out our great blog […]

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Cenote Scuba Diving

Cenote Scuba Diving

14 March, 2013 at 6:00 am 2 comments

By guest blogger: Chris Alstrand One of the things Lesley and I were most anticipating when we were preparing for our recent trip to Mexico was a chance to dive in cenotes. Cenotes are openings to underground rivers with caves, rooms, and passageways that form when an area of the roof over the […]

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