Friday, August 29, 2014

Cave Hunting in the Kirirom National Park

Still we are looking out for new sites to dive at. Years ago we have already been searching for diveable caves around Kep and Kampot, now again we have got a hint for a cave filled with clear water located in the Kirirom National Park. A video clip found on youtube of some dirtbikers showed a cave with clear water and catfish living inside.

This called for another expedition! We organized two taxis, prepared plenty of dive gear and off to Kirirom we went. The first day of hiking through the local pine forests did not bring us to interesting dive sites. The second day was kind of a success as we have found the cave from the video, sadly it was just a small creek inside and no hole deep enough to dive.

Still, we have had a good trip and a lot of fun!

On our last day the locals showed us another lake which apparently has holy crocodiles living in it. To at least empty two of our tanks we did a quite nice dive in a small river where we found almost 6 meters depth as well as two sunken boats and a lot of freshwater fish.

Monday, August 25, 2014

Aarons Gallery

Still our manager Aaron is busy taking underwater pictures on our dive sites.

We decided that Aaron should have his own gallery on our homepage. Please visit for Aaron Perchais Underwater Photography!

Monday, August 11, 2014

Welcome to the team Yves

Yves was born in France and didn't know yet that he would eventually become a diver, as he was more attracted by the thrill of the mountains.

After 10 years of skiing and traveling, he tried scuba diving in Koh Tao for the first time and felt in love with diving straight away. Yves cantinued to dive around south east Asia and what was a hobby became a reason to travel in itself. Whilst seeing the turtles in Malaysia and exploring the wrecks in Coron, he decided that being underwater is the place to be! So he went back to Koh Tao to go through the Divemaster training and short after he went to Bali to take the IDC course with Bali Breizh Divers and Course Director Guy Faisnel. By now Yves lives in Cambodia to dive our fairly unspoiled sites and hekp us to teach our students!