Cave diving is the exploration of water filled caves using sub-aqua equipment. Cave diving is an extremely dangerous extreme sport even for experienced open water divers. You are strongly advised to join a cave diving organisation and to get suitable training.
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Cave Diver's Forum
A place on the Internet for civil discussions of anything cave diving related. This site contains plenty of comments, stories, reports, and opinions. Main cave diving forum for USA cave divers.
Cave Diving Down Under
The definitive resource for Australian cave diving containing: expedition and dive reports, equipment reviews, information on cave diving sites across the country, cave maps, cave diving systems and training information.
Cave Diving Group
The official web site for the CDG of Great Britain.
The Cave Diving Website
Covers what is involved, who can be a diver, when, where and how. Includes safety rules for diving in Florida and Mexico.
Grupo de Exploracion Ox Bel Ha
Dedicated to the continued exploration of the world's largest underwater cave system and the largest cave system in the Mexican Republic, located in the Yucatan Peninsula. Includes members, history of the system, maps, FAQs, articles.
An organisation undertaking exploration, scientific study and mapping of water filled caves and related features in México and Central America.
NSS Cave Diving Section
The main organisation for cave divers in the USA.
A blog about seeking excellence in cave diving in Mexico. Photos, surveys and information on equipment, diet, fitness and training.
Quintana Roo Speleological Survey
The Survey and Cartography of The Underwater Caves of Quintana Roo Mexico. Includes exploration reports, surveys, descriptions, maps and contact info.
Leading cave diver Jill Heinerth espouses the benefits of rebreathers for cave diving
SMART Cave Diving Policy
Safety information from the San Marcos Area Recovery Team, National Speleological Society, USA.
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