1. Aguas en Mexico


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    Mexican waters Blessed waters A few moments of our trip to mexico 2013 We've been surrounded by the wonders of water and all what live there It reminds us how small we are and how much harm we can do Its such a beautiful planet, I wish I could take care of it much more...

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    • Cavern Dive em Gran Cenote e Calavera


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      Mergulho nas Cavernas de Akumal - Gran Cenote e Calavera com a turma da Mar&Ar de Bauru. No vídeo: Silvio, Adriano Parmito e Richard. Filmagem e Edição: Cadu Parisoto. Mais informações sobre viagens de mergulho no site: www.marear.com.br

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      • 8 Days of Cave Training - The Movie -


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        Here’s our story from when I Fredrik Liljeblad (Black helmet), and Andreas Westin (Red Helmet) did 8 days of Full Cave Training in Mexico in Jan 2015 with Steve Martin (Yellow helmet) www.facebook.com/sidemounting I’ve spent a lot of time editing this Movie so I really hope you will enjoy it. The movie is 44 min long, so grab some popcorn and something to drink. Turn off the lights, watch this on the biggest screen you can find, turn up the volume, set video quality to HD (1080p) and enjoy. It was shot with GoPro Hero 4, 2x3600 lumen video lights, Special GoPro Housing with extra battery. Avid Media Composer editing by me: Fredrik Liljeblad. If you like this video, then please share it with your dive-buddies. This movie is is NOT a substitute for training, but this is what you should expect when doing a proper cave course training.

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        • Gran Cenote


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          Cenote situado en la Riviera Maya (Mexico) Buceo apto para todos los niveles sobretodo si te llevan los chicos de Bahía Divers (Xpu-ha).

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          • Gran Cenote


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            The largest cenote opening near Tulum provides some spectacular underwater sights.

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            • Gran Cenote


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              Nick, Jeanna & Brian diving the Lithium, Much's Maze & Bosch Chen sections of Gran Cenote, Sistem Sac Aktun in Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico.

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              • Gran Cenote / Carwash


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                Cave dives in Sac Actun (Gran Cenote) and Actun Ha (Carwash) Yucatan, Mexico.

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                • Gran Cenote - Cave Diving


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                  Mexico Cave Diving, Gran Cenote. Divers: Leigh Stone and Ivan Smigoc. 1080-24P

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                  • Pabilanny & Calimba


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                    Brian, Jeanna, Nick and Austin diving in Grande Cenote (Pabilanny) and Kalimba in Sistema Sac Actun in Tulum Mexico. Footage was taken using a Gopro Hero3 Black & 2 UTD Vision video lights

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                    • Riviera Maya Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia


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                      Mexico's Riviera Maya is situated on the Caribbean side of the Yucatan Peninsula. Stretching along the coast for over 60 miles, the Riviera Maya encompasses fabulous beaches, ancient Mayan ruins, and the spectacular island of Cozumel. Just a half hour drive south of Cancun, laid-back Puerto Morelos is the northern gateway to the Riviera Maya. Continuing south, explore family-friendly beaches like Akumal Beach and Half Moon Bay. Riviera Maya's largest town, Playa del Carmen has a distinctly European feel. Filled with boutique hotels, fine restaurants and designer stores, the town is a great base from which to explore the Riviera's other treasures. From Playa del Carmen, hop on a ferry to the Island of Cozumel, part of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. On the island's western side, Playa Palancar and the Chankanaab Marine Park offer calm waters which make exploring the reef a breeze, even for beginners. Above the waters, wildlife lovers can explore the island's mangrove, lagoon and coastal habitats at Punta Sur and Punta Celerain. The island offers plenty of rustic beach-side cantinas serving up cold cervezas and idyllic views. For the best views of all, head back to the mainland to one of Mexico's first resorts, the 13th century ruins of Tullum. Sitting high on coastal cliffs the temples are the perfect place to greet the sun, just as Mayan kings did centuries ago. http://www.expedia.com/Riviera-Maya.d602901.Destination-Travel-Guides

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