Osama Gobara

GUE Diving Instructor

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About me

Originally from Austria I am now full time based in Quintana Roo Mexico where I work as a GUE cave instructor.

I started diving in 1993 and have been an active dive instructor since almost 20 Years.

Being an active caver since 2002 I visited many caving regions all around the world. I am extremely passionate about the underground environment and have dedicated most of my spare time to the exploration and documentation of dry and underwater caves on numerous projects around the world.

Through my long teaching experience and active participation in many international exploration projects I am committed to providing you with the most comprehensive education and the best skills and knowledge for your future diving career.

Osama Gobara

My Adventures

Ox Bel Ha

Until very recently Ox Bel Ha was the longest underwater cave system in the world. The flooded passages have a length of almost 300km and many of it secrets are not yet properly mapped and explored. The Mexico Cave Exploration project (MCEP) has made it it’s goal to fully explore this wonderful cave system and […]

Nacimiento del Rio Mante

Sheck Exley is widely known as a cavediving legend and pioneer of our sport. Exley was an early adapter to the use of helium in his breathing mixture for deep diving. Sadly, this quest to find out just how deep he could dive cost him his life in 1994 Exley during an attempt to dive to […]

Cave Diving Mallorca

Early 2016 I was fortunate to be invited on an exciting filming project to document the caves in Mallorca, Spain. The caves of Mallorca have since long been on bucket list and what can I say, they certainly did not disappoint. During the week we visited five different caves among them the famous Cova de […]