Our diverse world, is full of challenging destinations, many of them extreme in nature, that have been explored only with the aid of technology.
Our passion lays with the places that require actual human presence, that create a direct bond between us and nature.
Cave diving is the last frontier of human exploration.
Our inability to send into Caves remotely operated vehicles to do the “job” for us, due to their morphology, is what makes them such an “intimate” choice. Cave diving is like swimming inside the “veins” of our planet, into the fundamental element of our life.
As an activity, Cave diving is in balance between the obvious risks and the numerous rewards that offers, both directly and indirectly, to anyone involved. From the majestic landscapes, often made even more attractive by that very risk, to the climatic and hydrogeological importance that their study brings to science.
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