24/05/2010 14:28 | By Miriam Zendle, Contributor
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Cave diving



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If you've tried potholing in the past and would like to take it further, why not give cave diving a shot? You'll need to be certified to use Scuba equipment and a highly trained diver to indulge in this sport safely. Participants dive in natural and artificial caves, often to great depths and without the ability to ascend and exit the water swiftly.

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