"We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time." T. S. Eliot - Little Gidding
The Bahamas Caves Research Foundation (BCRF) is dedicated to scientific investigations, exploration and conservation of blue holes, underwater caves and dry caves found throughout the Bahamian archipelago.
The BCRF is comprised of scientists, explorers and conservationists working with the common goals of: Educating the Bahamian and international public on the uniqueness of the Bahamas underground and the treasures of both past and present eco-systems found beneath these warm, sun-drenched islands. and Working with appropriate Ministries within the Government of the Bahamas in making viable, science and tourism-based decisions that will help to conserve these important, unique and vital resources for future generations of Bahamians.
The BCRF has been conducting exploration and research in the Bahamas since 1990 and the collective efforts of our members has provided the Bahamian Government and the scientific community with more related research data than any other organization.
Click on the images to the left to see them in a larger format
Top: Massive Columns in Fangorn Forest, Dan's Cave, Abaco Island - Photo By Brian Kakuk
Center: Diver checks out incredible pool of dog tooth spar crystals in Ralph's Cave, Abaco Island - Photo By Brian Kakuk
Bottom: BCRF Director, Brian Kakuk takes water samples in Magical Blue Hole, Abaco Island - Photo By Wes. C. Skiles
Click on the links below to view some of our exploration videos
DIVING THE LABYRINTH
Click on the book cover to view info on our latest book by BCRF Director Brian Kakuk and renowned explorer Jill Heinerth
The BCRF is sponsored by these fine manufacturers
XDEEP Diving Equipment for the Serious Explorer
Light Monkey Exploration Grade Diving Lights
Shearwater Research Dive Computers
Haskel Breathing Gas Booster Systems
Contact us at email: email@example.com or phone: (242) 359-6128