Cave Diving

Cave diving is one of the most challenging and potentially dangerous kinds of diving and presents many hazards because diver cannot swim vertically to the surface due to the cave’s ceilings, and so must swim horizontally or diagonally to escape. The underwater navigation through the cave system may be difficult and exit routes may be at considerable distance and the dive may also be deep so resulting in potential deep diving risks. There are several cave diving venues around the world and one of them is the Devil’s eye. The Devil’s eye cave system is the most popular and frequently dived caves with over 30,000 feet of mapped passageways. There are still portions of the cave that have yet to be adequately explored and mapped so divers can spend a lifetime of active cave diving and still not see all of it.


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