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    cavern diver

    Diving in confined permanent, naturally occurring overhead environments while remaining within sight of their entrances creates a new, amazing experience. The light show of the natural daylight zone and its incredibly crystal waters provide an enchanting experience and an unforgettable impression over divers, luring them and putting off guard. During the ISSF Cavern Diver training, you will learn to control your actions.

    The course program includes the basics of cave diving, gives a dose of practical knowledge and skills needed to conduct dives in the cavern area, prepares for the Cave Diver Limited course.

    Are you interested in this training? Find your instructor.


    Applicants for the program must:

    • be 18 years of age

    • have passed a minimum of ISSF Advanced Open Water Diver 30 or equivalent from another training agency and 45 non-training dives.

    • have completed Sidemount Diver course, if the training requires a sidemount tank configuration.


    The training lasts 2 days and includes:

    • 4 dives

    • 8 hours of academic classes and field exercises (theory, configuration, skills workshop)

    The program details and gear requirements will be presented by your ISSF instructor. Contact him.

    Your ISSF Instructors

    The opportunity to perform dives in the cavern light zone within the depth range of the obtained certification level.

    “In diving… there are no shortcuts”