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Caye Caulker in Beliz
Caye Caulker is a picturesque tropical island surrounded by shimmering blue-green waters.
White Sand Beaches
A place where white sand beaches meet gently swaying palm trees in a warm breeze, and a relaxed atmosphere permeates the air.
This is Caye Caulker, 21 miles northeast of Belize City and 11 miles south of Ambergris Caye.
Caye Caulker is the second largest of around 200 small islands off the coast of Belize.
Despite its small size, Caye Caulker is a thriving community with approximately 1,800 full-time residents.
With a width of only half a mile and a length of fewer than five miles, it is also the second most populous of the Belizean cayes.
At the southern end of Caye Caulker lies “The Split,” a fluid passage created in 1961 by Hurricane Hattie, dividing the north and south lots of the island.
Furthermore, The Split is the perfect spot to soak up the sun, swim in crystal-clear waters, and bask in the island’s beauty.
The island’s north end, now a Marine Reserve, is a swampy domain mostly home to mangroves, coconuts, and nesting birds.
Meanwhile, the village boasts three parallel streets named Front, Middle, and Back.
Front Street faces the reef, and Back Street faces the mainland.
As you stroll along Front Street, you’ll be treated to a stunning view of the reef.
Moreover, you’ll see colorful clapboard houses, charming shops, pubs, restaurants, and accommodations dotting the shoreline.
Caye Caulker has a rich shipbuilding history, but fishing and tourism sustain today’s local economy.
As a result, visitors will find many local businesses owned and operated by islanders, including restaurants, hotels, bars, gift shops, and dive shops.
Nature and water sports enthusiasts flock to Caye Caulker for world-class scuba diving, snorkeling, and fishing.
Furthermore, the island is a popular hotspot for tourists seeking a beach vacation at an affordable price.
Getting around the island is a breeze, as walking barefoot is the preferred mode of transportation.
Visitors can rent golf carts and beach bikes by the hour or day.
With only three main streets, there’s no need for a map – getting lost isn’t possible.
Day Trips From Caye Caulker in Belize
Caye Caulker Marine Reserve
Enjoy the great variety of reef types with this snorkelling experience near Caye Caulker. The Belize Barrier Reef is like a gigantic wall running parallel to the coast.
Hol Chan & Shark Ray Alley
The Hol Chan Marine Reserve was the first of its kind on Ambergris Caye. Our captain will collect you at 8:15am or 1:15pm from your resort.
The Blue Hole, located in the ligthouse reef atoll, is one of Belize’s best kept secret. You have an early start at 5:30 am and a 2 hr boat ride to the first stop. It makes it all worth
After a road transfer, you will hop into a river boat for a scenic ride on the New River Lagoon. The hour long boat ride is a haven for nature lovers / birders since it boasts
Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary
The lagoons, creeks, logwood swamps, broadleaf forests, and marshes of the Crooked Tree Sanctuary covers over 16,400 acres and is the home to countless birds.
Traveler's Rum Factory
This rare tour takes you inside the factory that makes the famous “One Barrel” rum that every Belizean and most of our visitors simply love to taste.
Belize City Tour
On this fully guided tour, around historic Belize City, you will see many places of interest. These include the historic swing bridge over Haulover Creek,
The Belize Zoo
In 1983, upon completion of a film called “Path of the Rain Gods”, the movie’s production assistant, Sharon Matola, found herself with quite a few nearly tame animals
The Baboon Sanctuary
The Community Baboon Sanctuary is where you will find an abundance of the black howler monkeys. This protected area is located in a small village,
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