Before you decide to try cave diving, you must be a very experienced and qualified diver. Excellent buoyancy control in a cave is one of the highest priorities. You should be comfortable diving at night as the cave is completely dark without any source of light. Caves can be both shallow and deep. 95% of caves available for diving are shallow. However, full knowledge of decompression theory and procedures is expected. You must fully accept the fact that your survival depends on your skills in an environment that forbids immediate resurfacing. Cave diving is not suitable for inexperienced and poorly trained divers. Cave diving is for experienced, physically fit serious divers who aspire to see an incredible world that few will ever know.