The I&I Bar is a great reggae hangout on the island. If you're lucky, you'll get to meet "The Lyrical King" - a local Reggae singer who frequents the place.
You need to buy a drink to go to the uppermost level of the bar, but it's worth it for the view and the hammocks.
Dress Code: casual
Although the island seemed to have select bars with live music, we enjoyed just walking around the town and along the beach. As a female, I was comfortable enough to walk around at night by myself because the island is so small and I felt safe. However, there were a lot of men hanging around at night, so just ignore any remarks and keep on walking.
Dress Code: It does not really get chilly at night, but if you are walking along the beach you may need to add a layer of light clothing
Jungle Bar (I think it was called that way back then)
I've never seen a bar like this. It was very original! It's a bar with different levels and instead of boring chairs you can sit on swings or lay back in hammocks. The reaggea music will putyou right in the Caye Caulker mood!
Dress Code: Anything but please leave your bow tie and black dress at home!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The less you wear, the better!
It's not a spot, but a festival. Lobster Festival is a kewl festival with tons of punta dancing and more. If you are lucky enough to be in Caye Caulker during the festival, stay and enjoy it for a few days.
Caye Caulker - The Whole Place!
Caye Caulker has many bars and parties going on all the time. These people just want to enjoy themselves.
My advise - Don't wait - Just go.......
Dress Code: You mean there is a dress code!
No - anything goes, but I don't ever remember wearing anything on my feet the whole time I was there.