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“I still believe this is the scariest moment of my entire life. My face is white, I’m shaking and I’m terrified. I’m frozen––I can’t do anything.”
In July 2016, Toufic Abou Nader set off on a journey to the bottom of the Krubera cave––the deepest cave in the world.
At one point I reached a very narrow passage full of water. The only way to keep going was to dive through it without equipment.
I had a malfunction with my diving suit, I was wet and cold and exhausted, and an idea of diving through this passage terrified me.
From A Small Lebanese Village To Exploring Vast Landscapes Around The World, Toufic Abou Nader Has Been Fully Living His Passion Ever Since He Dropped Everything In Favor Of An Adventurous Lifestyle.
I Have Been Exploring Caves For 5 Years Since 2016, But I Have Never Thought Of Exploring The World’s Deepest Cave, Krubera Voronya Located In Abkhazia. .................................................
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An Explorer Is Poised To Embark On His Adventure Of A Lifetime – A Descent Into The World’s Deepest Known Cave Network To Raise Money For A School For Deaf And Blind Children.
This guy here came to me with something I thought is unbelievable. the energy he came with, and the positivity that I have seen, I think it is an incredible example just say no to all the crap that is happening and just getting on doing something amazing. Toufic, you have been an inspiration to a lot of people in our community.