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Passionate about the natural world both above and below the surface, my drive to document and share its wonders is fuelled by innate curiosity and wild imagination. Never content in one place for too long, my wanderlust to travel and dive the globe enables a never-ending source of material and inspiration. Sharing these experiences both photographically and prosaically has become the way in which I express my love for our blue planet.

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    geraldine (geraldineS) Originally from France, Ph.D in Environmental chemistry, I started cave diving as I arrived in Mexico in 2010. A passion was born and along with it a passion for sharing my love for the underwater world with my students. Since my first dive, I keep learning, training and exploring to be the sharpest possible on skills and experience. I have been cumulating experience in each level of training I offer and always train myself a few steps beyond. I like to offer the best experience possible, in the safest and most respectful for the environment way. In order to be flexible I only offer private guiding and adjust my schedule to avoid the crowds. I get to know you better and share my knowledge better. On my free time, I manage to go on with my exploration projects… So diving with Deep Dark Diving is not only about getting private guiding and tailored service, it is also supporting cave exploration and cave conservation projects. IANTD Rebreather Cave Diver

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Have you ever wished for a little extra boost underwater? Perhaps you are exhausted and your legs need a break or maybe you would like to further propel your fin kicks to keep pace with some elusive marine life. There are many reasons we find ourselves yearning for a little more oomph underwater, wishing we could hit an accelerator button. Well, that button exists, and one day last year I had a blast pressing it.


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Everyone has been there. You’re standing in front of a wall of shiny new masks and you can’t fight the urge to plunge your face into each and every mold with the deepest breath you can muster. Suctioning the mask to your face you proceed to mumble to your buddy, “How does it look?” Depending on the fit and the amount of practice you’ve had, the mask either stays put or almost falls to the floor. At this point your buddy either says it looks awful or worse yet “Yeah, it looks good” which really means a whole lot of nothing. And after a few head turns in the mirror you’ve found yourself at the cashiers counter passing over a nice chunk of change to an amused sales clerk.


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...me trendy or politically popular for governments to support marine conservation. The first thing you will want to decide is which time of year to travel. And typically that has a lot to do with air and water temperatures as well as the amount of rainfall. Generally speaking, one can dive year round...


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Part 2: Dive Sites, Marine Life & Environment in Cuba

... looking for the stuff divers’ dreams are made of, then you will want to head south and plan your trip carefully in advance. Pristine water and calm currents surround 250 coral and mangrove islands. Beneath the surface you can expect to find dozens of schooling sharks, including Silkies and Caribbea...


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