Chun-Chacaab, named after the honey bee trees found locally to the site by the Mayans, is a unique and beautiful dive characterised by its long reef fingers stretching out across the sandy plains over which giant barrel sponges and vibrant vase and tube sponges are liberally scattered. French grunts, schoolmaster snapper and Bermuda chubs shelter from the current beneath the overhangs.

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