Xiimbalil Ja Festival – Kaxan Ts’ono’oto’ob (from Maya – Walk in the Water, Discover the Cenotes) is a private artistic initiative, with the support of the Yucatan State Government – Secretaria de Fomento Turístico.
In this issue, EZDIVE is greatly honored to team up with gogoscuba in a influencers interview project. Altogether there will be four internet celebrities in diving world to share with us their stories, namely, ‘Studio-3’ Behind-the-Scene photographer Denny Hsieh, island … Continued
Alejandro Lemus Nava managed to break 3 world records on 23rd, 24th and 25th of January, 2020 in the following modalities: Variable Weight with Monofin – 83 metres; Variable Weight – 94 metres and Constant Weight – 82 metres. The records were validated by judges Jaime Moreno (Colombia) and Chris McKay (Australia) as representatives of CMAS International, in addition to some tests by WADA.
We all have it, that craving to drop beneath the surface, breathe, see, discover, explore and emerge again after an experience we thought would only ever be in our dreams. Yet every now and then that vision comes true – … Continued
At the age of 14, Jade Hoksbergen faced a difficult transition in her life. Her affair with painting quickly blossomed as her artistic ambitions were recognised and encouraged by her father. Later, she became inspired by diving to become an underwater photographer. This is her first interview about her artistic world.
If you are already an experienced diver that adores the mystery of being underwater, yet have witnessed increasing temperatures and massive coral bleaching, are you satisfied with being just a diver and just attending the beach clean-up activities occasionally? If … Continued
As a passionate freediver since 1989, Jean-Pol has participated in numerous international freediving competitions and many World Championship while he was one of the National Team of Belgium. Moving to the Philippines in 2012, JP founded Freediving Planet with his … Continued
Despite the threat of Gunung Agung’s imminent eruption, the Balinese Gods were auspicious and my flight to Timor went according to plan. I was heading towards Damai II, a beautiful wooden two-mast sailboat that would carry me from West … Continued