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Cave Diving – Cenote Nariz

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Whether caves make you excited or queasy, you can’t deny the beauty of a cave like this with incredible formations and clear water.

If you like Jonathon Di Cecco’s last cave diving video, you’re bound to love this one too.  This is from Cenote Nariz in the Yucatán Peninsula just outside of Tulum, Mexico.  All of the stalactites and stalagmites in the crystal clear water make for amazing scenery and could make just about anyone consider learning  how to cave dive.

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Filmed with a Sony AS7ii in a Nauticam Housing 
Diver and lighting – Aimee Hauser 
Camera and Editing – Jonathon Di Cecco 
Music – Stay by Hans Zimmer

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