Spot the difference! Above and underwater!Read More There is a paradise hidden underwater
No diving this time… just admiring the Earth… Leopards, in Okonjima reserver, Africat foundation, Conservation through education Divers: Celia & Belen Featured Star: Leopards “I’m the elegant here”Read More The Elegant Prince of the Jungle
Beautiful Emergence du Ressel last week, amazing visibility Divers: Claudia Haltern, Belen Andres Dive time: 93 minutes Maximum depth: 30 meters Water temperature: 12 degrees Logistics: Oliv’Air : The Cave To Be Ressel cave feeds water to the Cele River in the Lot region. It is a passage with white huge rock blocks, that splits at 180 meters […]Read More Floating in Ressel
How do you imagine the wrecks are drawn and mapped, apart from sonar and electronic tools? Sometimes you need to actually go diving (yay!) and identify the wreck! Technical parameters: Dive site: River Gurara, Sesimbra, Portugal Dive time: 55 minutes Temperature: 16º C Maximum depth: 30 meters Average depth: 14.7 meters Tanks: 2×12 steel, back gas Gas: Nx 32% […]Read More Project diving! Mapping wrecks
Have you ever have the feeling of being wrapped on a fish whirlwind? These are blue mao mao, in Poor Knights, New Zealand. Technical parameters: Dive site: Middle arch, Poor Knights, New Zealand Dive time: 50 minutes Temperature: 16º C Maximum depth: 25 meters Average depth: 7.3 meters Tanks: 2×12 steel, back gas Gas: Nx […]Read More Wrapped in Fish
Cabo de Palos, Spain was going to be the host of the second GUE meeting in Spain, this time, just from the preparations, you could feel that it was going to be a huge community event; community, the key point! One community, three missions… or four? Education With more than ten GUE instructors on site […]Read More Community: Education, Conservation, Exploration… GUE
Location: Cueva del Agua, Spain Dive time: 236 minutes Temperature: 29 deg C Maximum depth: 16 meters Average depth: 10.3 meters Tanks: 2×12 steel back gas, 2xS80 stage Gas: Nx 32%Read More Lost on thermal water
There are thousands if not millions of posts about swimming with whales, not only in Tonga, but all over the world. You can find photos everywhere, videos, and other media resources, and all of them are amazing and a once in a lifetime experience. That first time when you have a humpback whale swimming towards […]Read More Starring and Whaling part II: Living with alive icebergs
Tux Kupaxa Cenote, Tulum, Mexico Maximum Depth: 13 meters Average Depth: 9 meters Dive Time: 218 minutes Gases: 32% Team: Emir & Kostya & BelenRead More Happy Friday!!!
From my little universe!!! it’s full of stars!!Read More Hello World!