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Picaninnie ponds - cave diving and snorkeling
Piccaninnie Ponds, South Australia Amazing underwater caves where you can swim and scuba dive
“we must go beyond textbooks, go out into the bypaths and untrodden depths of the wilderness and travel and explore and tell the world the glories of our journey.” -john hope franklin
PICCANINNIE PONDS, South Australia. "While the giant Cocklebiddy Cave tends to steal the limelight in Australian cave diving circles, it’s only suitable for very experienced practitioners of the art. On the other hand, Cave Diving Down Under says that at the equally awe-inspiring Piccaninnie Ponds, snorkellers with a permit can swim above the chasm, a canyon-like area, and see into the depths below."
Padirac Cave, France. The most amazing cave structure, and you go in a boat to visit it!
Marble Caves at General Carrera Lake in Patagonia (Argentina and Chile). #marblecaves #chile #travel
Cave at Lighthouse Beach, Bahamas
Marble caves, Chile
beach cave adventure
Beach anything beats 0 degrees and 50 mph winds!
Peace and Setnity
Cool picture! Is that Scotland?
In my dream house, there are aquarium walls. everywhere.
mine would look like this too.
✯ Ice cave on the frozen lagoon of the Svínafellsjökull Glacier - Skaftafell, Iceland
Places I?d Like to Go / Altun Tunichil Muknal Cave System, Belize
Gyokusendo cave - Okinawa - Japan