Caye Caulker Things to Do

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  • 1. Snorkel

    The real reason to go to caye caulker is the reef about a half mile off shore. Many companies offer snorkeling tours to the marine reserves close to the reef. We used Raggamuffin tours and were very...

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  • 2. Split

    The Split is a channel between the North and South Cayes ( the north caye is mostly uninhabited). Its the only real swimming/ snorkelling spot on the island and even here currents can be strong....

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  • 3. Go fishing

    After the most amazing vacation on Caye Caulker, Belize we came back home with many many highlights, but we all agreed on the 1 thing we would do again and again and that is the fishing adventure we...

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  • 4. Manatee Tour

    The first full day in Belize we took a trip with Driftwood Dive shop to see the manatees. The open outboard picked up guests from various hotels, and then sped to the mantee area. Here they turn off...

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  • 5. Sun Set / Rise

    Pretty much every day we got up early enough to watch the sunrise over the Carribean Sea from our bedroom window, and after a few days we decided to head over to the other side of the island to watch...

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  • 6. Scuba

    Frenchie's is one of the dive shops on Caye Caulker. We used them for a night dive, and had a great time with our divemaster. However, we were a bit disappointed when they couldn't give us...

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  • 7. Chill

    Anyone who's ever been on a trip with me knows that I'm not the kind of person who likes to just "sit down and relax" while I'm traveling, so even I am not sure if I recognize the person I became...

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  • 8. Birdwatching

    There is a bird sanctuary on the island if you are a keen bird watcher, it is only a few minutes from the pier (to the left) so even if you are here on a daytrip from Ambergris you will have time to...

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  • 9. Kayak

    Kayaking across the split can be very fun and the scenery is beautiful. It can also be very entertaining especially if you know nothing about the functionality of a kayak. I learned that they are very...

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  • 10. Visit the Forest & Marine Reserve!

    I put 7 weeks of blood, sweat and tears, into this building. She withstood Chantel and stood proudly amongst the palms.Has anyone been there since? I'm...

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  • 11. Can't catch a tarpon? Go feed one!

    Parnell is another one of Caye Caulker's popular fishing guides and lately he has taken to feeding tarpons in his backyard, and a whole bunch of them can now be...

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  • 12. A daytrip to Altun Ha - Part II

    The Mayan site of Altun Ha is located about 50 km away from Belize City and it was first explored in the 1960s by Dr. David Pendergast of the Royal Ontario...

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  • 13. A daytrip to Altun Ha - Part I

    Two years ago when we first visited Caye Caulker, we went on an amazing excursion to the Mayan ruins of Lamanai. This time, we thought we'd visit the smaller...

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  • 14. A daytrip to the Mayan ruins at Lamanai - Part I

    There are several archeological sites dating back to the Mayan era throughout Belize. After shopping around for a while, we decided to book a daytrip to Lamanai...

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  • 15. Going cave tubing on the mainland

    With more and more cruiseships adding Belize to their itinerary, there was an increasing need to offer more excursions and activities, and cave tubing really...

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  • 16. A visit to Belize City - Only if you must!

    With a population of about 70,000, Belize City is the country's biggest city. Unless you're flying to Caye Caulker directly from the Philip S. W. Goldson...

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  • 17. A daytrip to the Mayan ruins at Lamanai - Part II

    After lunch, we followed our guide through the Belizean forest. As we walked and admired the scenery, Carlos gave us lots of information about Lamanai. Lamanai...

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  • 18. Caye Caulker Mini-Reserve

    The town of Caye Caulker maintains a small (2 acres) nature reserve near the airstrip. It doesn't take very long to walk up and down the paths, but it allows...

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  • 19. Walk around the island

    It's hard to get lost in a place where the three main streets are called Front Street, Back Street, and Back Back Street!! During my stay in Caye Caulker I...

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  • 20. Take a tour of San Pedro, La Isla Bonita!

    After spending about a week in Caye Caulker we decided to hop on board the watertaxi to spend a day in San Pedro, the town that is rumored to have inspired...

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  • 21. Caye Caulker Mini Reserve

    The Mini Reserve is a small conservation area towards the south end of the island right by the airstrip. It is home to many of the floral species commonly found...

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  • 22. The 'South End' of the Island

    The southern end of the inhabited part of Caye Caulker consists of crocodile and bird-nesting areas that are still relatively undeveloped in comparison to the...

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  • 23. Take a Beach Walk

    You've come all the way to little Caye Caulker, so you should make the time to walk it's amazing beach - along the the eastern 'reef-side' of the island. With...

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  • 24. Xmas 3

    All the kids congregated at the basketball court and Santa handed out presents to all the kids. Every child on the island got a present. Sam was also allowed to...

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  • 25. Xmas 2

    While we were at the play park we heard the little fire engine (probably the smallest in the world), the police siren and screaming kids. It was Father Xmas!...

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