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Diving in Merida

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When to go to Merida

Average water temperature in winter is about 77F/25C while in summer it is about 82F/28C. Water temperature in the cenotes is at a constant throughout the year, at around 77F/25C.

Scuba diving in Merida

Mérida is located in the northern Yucatán Peninsula along the Gulf of Mexico. It is the capital of the State of Yucatán and the largest city on the peninsula. Manuel Crescencio Rejón International Airport is located there. Diving in Mérida is renowned for its freshwater cenotes – natural caves with stalactites and stalagmites – and its underwater valleys, walls, small soft corals (gorgonians), fans and hard corals in all their diversity. In cold season, when water temperature drops a few degrees, the migration of golden cownose rays to warm waters can be observed. There are many interesting dive sites to explore in Mérida, among them: Cuzama Cenotes, Cenote Zaci, Cenote Dzinup Or Keken, Cenote Ik Kil, Cenotillo, Cenote Xcalah and others.

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