Photos - Cave Diving

 

Sunrays at the entrance to Taj Mahal Cenote, Chetumal, Mexico.

Diver at Taj Mahal Cenote

Diver at Taj Mahal Cenote

Sunrays at the entrance to Taj Mahal Cenote

Cave diving certification required

Cave diving certification required

To gain access to many cave systems you need to show proof of cave training and a cave diver certification from a recognized diving agency, such as PSAI.

Sidemount cave diving

Sidemount cave diving

Gallup on sidemount configuration in Nohoch Nah Chich cenote, Quintana Roo, Mexico.

Stalactites at Nohoch Nah Chich

Stalactites at Nohoch Nah Chich

Stalactites form when material drips from the cave ceiling. Nohoch Nah Chich, Quintana Roo, Mexico

Stalactites and stalagmites

Stalactites and stalagmites

Stalactites and stalagmites in Gran Cenote, Tulum, Mexico

Cave dive training

Cave dive training

El Nido cave in the Philippines is one of the caves where many Hong Kong cave divers get trained and certified.

Cave Diving Course

Cave Diving Course

There are number of "chambers" in El Nido cave - all with different colors.

Blue chamber in El Nido cave.

Blue chamber in El Nido cave.

El Nido, Philippines

Caves in China

Caves in China

Pro-Diver's divers have been pioneers in finding and exploring cave systems in China.

Cave diving in China

Cave diving in China

China cave diving

China cave diving

Earning cave diving certification is hard work, but it gets you to places a few people have ever seen. Meizhou, China

Meizhou, China

Taj Mahal Cenote, Chetumal, Mexico

Stalagmites

Stalagmites

Stalagmites form from ground up due to accumulation of minerals dripping from the ceiling onto the cave floor.

Stalactites in LabnaHa cave

Stalactites in LabnaHa cave

LabnaHa, Mexico

Thin column

Thin column

Gallup inspects a very thin column in Nohoch Nah Chich, Quintana Roo, Mexico.

Golden colors in Chac Mool Cenote.

Chac Mool Cenote

Gran Cenote, Mexico

Reconnecting

Reconnecting

Stalagmites and stalactites do not grow as long as they are underwater. LabnaHa, Playa del Carmen, Mexico

T-line

T-line

Gallup removes a T-line coming back.

Nohoch Nah Chich cave

Nohoch Nah Chich cave

Plan your dive...

Plan your dive...

Gallup checks maps to prepare for a dive.

Pre-dive planning

Pre-dive planning

Temple of Doom Cenote (Cenote Esqueleto), Tulum, Mexico

Line Arrow

Line Arrow

A line arrow pointing to an exit. Chac Mool, Playa del Carmen, Mexico

You may find interesting artifacts in underwater caves.

Temple of Doom Cenote (Cenote Esqueleto), Tulum, Mexico

Temple of Doom Cenote (Cenote Esqueleto), Tulum, Mexico

Dive team

Dive team

Temple of Doom Cenote (Cenote Esqueleto), Tulum, Mexico

Temple of Doom Cenote (Cenote Esqueleto), Tulum, Mexico

Warning sign

Warning sign

Do not enter unless cave trained - warning Sign at Peacock Springs, Florida. Gallup enforces the sign with hand signals, PSAI's Gary Taylor hovers in the background.

Cave certified divers only

Cave certified divers only

Gallup demonstrates why the warning signs are posted... Peacock Springs, Florida

Animal bones

Animal bones

Whichever vertebrate it was, the animal ignored the warnings signs... LabnaHa, Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Before the dive... Peacock Springs, Florida.

Peacock Springs, Florida

Peacock Springs, Florida

Entry and exit point at Peacock Springs, Florida

Sheck Exley Memorial Plaque

Sheck Exley Memorial Plaque

Peacock Springs, Florida

Taj Mahal Cenote, Chetumal, Mexico

Gran Cenote, Mexico

Stalagmite

Stalagmite

A large stalagmite, LabnaHa, Playa del Carmen, Mexico.

Green hues in Gran Cenote, Tulum, Mexico.

Cave Diver at Nohoch Nah Chich

Cave Diver at Nohoch Nah Chich

You can do cave diving courses in either sidemount configuration or backmounted set.

Stalagmites from above

Stalagmites from above

Gran Cenote, Mexico

Cave diving in Nohoch Nah Chich

Cave diving in Nohoch Nah Chich

Cave diving certification takes you to places only a few people have seen.

Sidemount Diver in Taj Mahal cave

Sidemount Diver in Taj Mahal cave

Cave Diving Training

Cave Diving Training

El Nido, Philippines

Diving in El Nido cave.

El Nido, Philippines

El Nido, Philippines

El Nido, Philippines

El Nido, Philippines

El Nido, Philippines

Non-directional markers

Non-directional markers

Non-directional markers at a T-line.

El Nido, Philippines

El Nido, Philippines

Certified Cave Diver

Certified Cave Diver

El Nido, Philippines

Exiting the cave

Exiting the cave

El Nido, Philippines

Surface

Surface

Taj Mahal Cenote, Chetumal, Mexico

Cave Diving Photos

Cave dive training and earning a cave diver certification is hard work, but you are rewarded with unearthly sights only a few people have ever seen. Pro-Diver's cave diving photos from cave dive training and diving trips to Mexico, Philippines, Florida, etc.

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Cave Diving
Cave diving photos from all over the world.
Wreck Diving Photos
Pictures from various wrecks around Asia. There are hundreds of wrecks in South East Asian waters. Many of them are reminders of the battles fought during the Second World War, some are deliberately sunken to form artificial reefs.
Cave Diving, Yunnan, China
Photos from one of our first cave diving expeditions in China to Yunnan province.
Mexico, 2015 -  Cave Training
Sidemount Diving
Sidemount diving is gaining popularity quickly. Strapping the tanks on your sides instead of your back offers several advantages.
Hong Kong Underwater Photos
Moal Boal, Philippines
Photos from a scuba trip to Moal Boal in the Philippines. Whale sharks, turtles, etc.
Raja Ampat, Indonesia
Indonesia is gaining reputation as a scuba diving destination quickly. And for a good reason. See photos from Raja Ampat.
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