Ambergris Caye:

San Pedro, Ambergris Caye is emerging from a sleepy little Caribbean fishing village with sandy beaches, gently swaying palm trees and brilliant blue waters to a more vibrant, energetic, Caribbean Style Island filled with adventurous and fun activities.

San Pedro is the main city on Ambergris Caye, located 35 miles north of Belize City. The area was first discovered by tourists about 40 years ago but, to its credit, has resisted the exploitation and development of massive tourist complexes. The lodging facilities, as in the rest of Belize, range from budget to luxury–something for everyone. Even though this is one of Belize’s most popular tourist destinations, it never feels crowded. The native population of about 2500 will make you feel most welcome.

The main reason for visiting here would be a love for water-related activities. San Pedro will cater to your every whim, whether it be swimming, snorkeling, diving, sailing, windsurfing or sport fishing. You can even take day trips to the mainland, to see Maya ruins, go birdwatching, or look for manatees.

None of these activities are required, however, and there are plenty of beaches and hammocks beckoning you to relax with a cold drink. We personally recommend anything made with one of the many varieties of Belizean rum. From your hammock, you can view the barrier reef and all of its related activities, just a half-mile offshore.

The primary mode of transport on the island are golf carts. There are a few “cart rental” agencies in town and, for a fun adventure, spend a half day driving up to the north end of the island stopping buy at the wide array of restaurants and bars on the beach.

Caye Caulker

Close your eyes and picture an idyllic tropical island with white sand beaches, blue-green water, palm trees rustling overhead in the warm breeze and a much laid back attitude. That’s Caye Caulker.

Caye Caulker is situated 21 miles northeast of Belize City and 11 miles south of Ambergris Caye and is the second largest of the approximately 200 small islands located off the coast of Belize. Caye Caulker, one half mile wide and less than five miles long, is also the second most populous of the Belizean cayes with about 1,800 full-time residents.

Caye Caulker Village is located at the southern end of “The Split” a watery passage created in1961 by Hurricane Hattie. The Split divides the north and south ends of the island and is the best place to go for beach, sunning and swimming. The swampy north end, now a Marine Reserve, is mostly a domain for mangroves, coconuts and nesting birds.

Within the village there are 3 main streets which parallel each other and are named Front, Middle and Back Street. “Front” means towards the reef, “Back” towards the mainland. From Front Street, the reef is clearly visible and follows the beach shoreline where brightly colored clapboard houses, an array of small shops, seaside pubs, restaurants and accommodations can be found.

Caye Caulker was once known for its tradition of shipbuilding, however today fishing and the tourism industry sustain the economy. Many islanders now own and operate the restaurants, hotels, bars, gift and dive shops that visitors come to enjoy.

Caye Caulker offers world-class Scuba Diving, Snorkeling and Fishing and is a popular destination for Nature and Water Sport enthusiasts, as well as tourists looking for a beach vacation at modest prices.

Getting around Caye Caulker is easy, as the preferred mode of transportation is walking barefoot.

Golf carts and beach bikes are available for rent by the hour or day and you won’t need a map because you can’t get lost.

Caye Caulker is a quick 10-minute flight or a scenic 45 minute ride in a water-taxi from the Belize mainland.


Belize Fishing

Come hook up on marlin, sailfish, wahoo, dorado, kingfish, grouper, shark and more. The barrier reef is less than 1/2

Caye Caulker Day Sail

This Belize Tour commences at 8 am in the morning. We meet at our office in San Pedro, Ambergris Caye
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Blue Hole

The Great Blue Hole, located in the ligthouse reef atoll, is one of Belize's best kept secret. You have an
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Night Dive

Just before sunset our guide will collect you from your resort dock and take you to the dive shop where

Local Dives

All of the diving in Ambergris Caye can be partaken on the second largest Barrier Reef in the world, called

Snorkelling & Beach Barbeque

This trip is a perfect trip for families or couples or divers taking a break. The trip lasts all day

Tres Cocos

Our captain will collect you from your resort at either 8:15am or 1:15pm. From here you will be brought to
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Mexico Rocks

Mexico rocks is an area located north of San Pedro. It is a shallow area with a patch reef. These

Caye Caulker Marine Reserve

Enjoy the great variety of reef types with this snorkelling experience near Caye Caulker. The Belize Barrier Reef is like
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Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley

The Hol Chan Marine Reserve was the first of its kind on Ambergris Caye. Our captain will collect you at