Camilo – back home

Today was the time for Camilo again, from cenote Muchachos. Sometimes, you don’t choose places, but the place chooses you. I’ve heard that a few times already, but I never experienced it myself, until now. And it’s all related about the feelings and the peacefulness that you can find there. The plan this time was […]

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No Fear

When you become an instructor of any sport, it is quite likely that you have a very wide knowledge about it, and you have been practising it for a while, maybe super focused on it, so you’ve been very far away from the situation of when you had to learn everything, and you don’t even […]

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The Famous Ressel

Finally!! I got to go to The Lot. I’ve been hearing a lot about this area of France, where usually European people take cave classes, so they don’t need to travel to Mexico or Florida. One of the most famous caves around here is Ressel, and most of the photos that you can see online […]

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The Importance of Cave Surveying

Do you know that water is one of the most precious resources on this planet? Not to mention fresh water. Humans can’t survive without it, and even saying that 80% of the planet is water, not all of it of course can be used by human beings. Not going into plastics, pollution, and bad treatment […]

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How technology enhances visitor experiences and eases tourist pressures

Lascaux Caves – most impressive visitor experience & prehistoric cave paintings, a guest blog with photos and video by Nicole Miller.. ‘Warning over tourism torrent for fragile caves on the West Coast’ – a headline that grabbed my attention a couple of days ago. Department of Conservation, a New Zealand government agency issues a strictly limited number of […]

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