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Choosing your Mask, Fins and Tuba

 One might think that any pair of fins or mask will do the trick to dive but this is not really the case. It is important to choose your equipment so as not to be bothered during your dives. Since there is nothing more annoying than to realize that its new material does not satisfy… Keep Reading

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The myth of the Fontaine de Vaucluse

Fontaine de Vaucluse is a place known worldwide for its resurgence (source of water) Vauclusienne coming from the whole massif of Mount Ventoux and emerging at the foot of a cliff. The beauty of its basin leaves no one indifferent. In winter the flow impresses and demonstrates the phenomenal power of nature, in summer the… Keep Reading

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Cave diving specificities

Scuba cave diving is a microcosm in the world of scuba diving a bit apart. Often regarded as one of the most dangerous sports in the world, practiced by atypical people, often strong and seemingly unmanageable; Underground diving requires in reality rigor, responsibility, camaraderie and humility in the face of risks. It is practiced at… Keep Reading

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Scuba Diving in Tanganyika Lake

Archive published in the magazine Octopus in May 2013. "Amateurs of extraordinary diving and adventure, I found for you a real paradise on earth. A place where the clock stops, which makes forget all our hassles, which you will not want to leave. It is therefore with nostalgia that I write this article, accompanied by… Keep Reading

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