Exploration… that BIG word. What is exploration for you? To be honest, exploration for me is to get somewhere where you can’t find any information about it, where you have no clue of what are you going to find, where you put your mind on that state, that there is nothing like: oh yes, this […]Read More Jabalcuz – ex… ex… explore?
A lot of people ask me why did I choose to dive with Global Underwater Explorers. Among many reasons, there is one that is on top of all: their focus on Conservation and underwater projects. When I became a cave diver, as many of the cave divers out there, was dreaming with exploration, finding new […]Read More Diving for Science – Yax Chen, Venus Moon
Y tiro por que me toca… As someone from Spain would say! This was the third day on the MCEP science project (Mexico Cave Exploration Project), organised by Zero Gravity in Mexico and McMaster University. As the other days, we all met at Zero Gravity at 8 AM, start analysing tanks and coordinating with other […]Read More Dos pisos – from cenote to cenote
This was a choice because one of our dive buddies really like this cave, and she wanted to show it to us, so off we went, Kostyd, Hilde and me, to this not so well known and famous cave, but impressively beautiful!! This is one of the hidden jewels for the lovers of dark caves […]Read More El Toh – The Endless Columns Cave
No, definitely not. On this case, warm water is not overrated, but it was definitely a lot of fun. Living in Madrid, which is at least 4 hours driving from any good dive spot in the sea, sometimes you have to have a splash wherever you can get to, and Ruidera is a really convenient […]Read More Ruidera, Freezing? Nah, warm water is overrated
Second day of MCEP project week, we were assigned to go to Naharon today! It was the first time I was diving with Yvonne, new dive buddy, I barely knew her before this dive, but as always, being GUE Cave 2 diver, we didn’t need that much of a talk regarding procedures, only about the […]Read More Naharon – Or Cristal? The next favourite cave
Close your eyes, take a breath, and feel the Earth. There’s nothing more you can ask to a Cenote. Minotauro is a rather dark cave, on the freshwater side, with an halocline that gives way to a bright white cave when you encounter the sea water. It has many jumps and paths that you can […]Read More Cenote Minotauro – Breathe