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About me

My name is Tamara, I was born and raised in Mexico and grew up by the beach in Puerto Morelos. My father is a boat captain and my mother is an environmental educator, they shaped my love for nature and were key in me becoming a self taught underwater naturalist.

Today, I am a full time technical diver and instructor but in my previous life I obtained BSc in Communication Science (2005) and worked for different companies in Events and Marketing in Benelux.

In 2014 I left my corporate job and I have been in the water ever since, I have extensive experience teaching and guiding recreational and technical divers as well as working as a scientific diver in different environmental monitoring and restoration projects. In 2020 I started my own cave Citizen Science project: Cave Corals.

In 2021 I became part of the instructor team at Protec Dive Centers, where I also train to be a cave instructor under the mentorship of Patrick Widmann.

I am also an avid free diver. I speak fluent Spanish, English and French and have studied German and Dutch. I am proud of being a Belgian citizen since my naturalization in 20014 and although I now live in Mexico I still hold close ties with my adoptive country, where I spent a third of my life.

Want to get to know me in person and spend a day of diving with me? Book your dives here!


What is it like to dive with me?

Professional and Safe!

I have been an instructor since 2014, I have extensive experience guiding divers in the cenotes, both recreational (Cavern diving) and technical (Cave, Stage, DPV dives).

A unique experience!

My work in environmental conservation and education allows me to share incredible facts and information about the natural history of the cenotes and their relevance to us.

Fun!

Enjoy a day out in the jungle with a local guide born in Quintana Roo. Relax and dive in the cenotes, learn and discover nature like never before and create unforgettable memories!

Get in touch and book your dive here!

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