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It was really worth it and almost guaranteed that you will see them. - Make sure you have at least an 18-hour gap between your last dive and your flight out of Cozumel Spare a few days to explore the cenotes in the Yucatan Peninsula - Spare a few days to explore the cenotes in the Yucatan Peninsula....
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