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Belize Zoo and Baboon Sanctuary Tour from Belize City
"An incredible array of Central America's wildlife can be found just a short scenic drive away from Belize City at the Belize Zoo. The zoo is home to an impressive array of large cats primates reptiles and birds giving you the opportunity to view Belize's prolific wildlife in one location. As an added bonus you'll see the famous sites of Belize City on the way!The Black Howler Monkey sanctuary was created in 1985 (in Belize black howlers are called ""baboons"" even though they have little in common with African Baboons) with funding from the World Wildlife Fund
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Belize City Tour and Belize Zoo
"An incredible array of Central America's wildlife can be found just a short scenic drive away from Belize City at the Belize Zoo. The zoo is home to an impressive array of large cats primates reptiles and birds giving you the opportunity to view Belize's prolific wildlife in one location. As an added bonus you'll see the famous sites of Belize City on the way!Belize City is the commercial capital of the country and is home to about 75000 people. You'll view the Colonial Governor's Mansion the redbrick St. John's Cathedral
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Belize Zoo and Xunantunich Day Trip by Air from Ambergris Caye
"After a shuttle ride to San Pedro Town and a 15-minute flight to Belize City from the San Pedro Ambergris Caye Airstrip enjoy a drive along the Western Highway to the Belize Zoo. After you arrive at this wildlife sanctuary your guide will help you spot native animals in natural-like habitats including five species of rainforest wildcat plus primates reptiles and more than 500 types of tropical bird. Afterward ride a short distance across the emerald green Mopan River by wooden ferry; the interesting hand-crank technology dates back to the 19th century. Keep an eye out for the huge green iguanas that sun themselves on the forested bank and scamper under the fo
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Belize Zoo

The Belize Zoo is a delight to visit. It is a small zoo, about 125 different animals, but it is well worth your time. The animals are well cared for, and the staff of the zoo are supremely helpful....
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HasTowelWillTravel
Jan 08, 2013

P.A.W Animal Sactuary

The P.A.W Sanctuary is tucked away on the back street of Caye Caulker, and is a great place to swing by if you are looking to do some good while on vacation. The sanctuary houses abused and neglected...
PeachesAndOatmeal49
Jun 18, 2012

The Rastah boat tour

On our second day in Caye Caulker, we took an early morning walk to the end of the "split" to see the beautiful blue colors of the ocean and happened upon a colorful and quirky looking Rastafarian...
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dovalyn
Oct 23, 2007

The 'back' side of Caye Caulker

During our exploration walk around Caye Caulker, we ended up on Back Street and passed through the area where many of the resident locals live, mostly in small stilt houses similar to this one. The...
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Bwana_Brown
Sep 30, 2006

Sunbathing in a Cemetary

The first thing we did on the morning of our first full day on Caulker was to take a leisurely walk along the sandy beach road (Front Street) as we headed south in the general direction of the...
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Bwana_Brown
Apr 14, 2006
 
 
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Land Rover Graffiti

Near the end of our morning walk, we were returning from the airport area along the lower end of Back Street when we came across this derelict old Land Rover. The sight of it reminded me of the first...
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Bwana_Brown
Mar 14, 2006

Walk around

You will find a lot to look at when you walk around this Island, beautiful views, buildings, birds, houses and happy people, remember to bring some water. In some of the Islands area you will not find...
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LotusV8
Dec 03, 2005

Coco Plum Restaurant, Gardens and Shop is a Must

For Caye Caulker, Coco Plum is "off the beaten path." Check out my review of this restaurant in that section. But, it was so cool that I had to mention it again. A lot of people didn't venture out to...
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LostBoyPN
Feb 23, 2005

Caye Caulker as a getaway

Caye Caulker can be reached by taking a water taxi from Belize City port. It's about a 45 minute trip but once on the caye it's as if one has gone back in time. Life is so slow that it almost comes to...
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Waylon
Dec 16, 2003

Homemade bread

The only Caye Caulker bakery serves up fresh homemade breads early in the morning. My favorite was the cheese stuffed bread. You have to be an early riser to pick that up in the morning because by the...
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dovalyn
Sep 06, 2003

charter a fishing boat

taxi (golfcart) driver at the Caye Caulker airport. His name is Mario and very invaluable as to what you would like to do around the island. He recommended a place for us to stay as well as a fishing...
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dovalyn
Sep 01, 2003

Authentic to the bone

Once in Caye Caulker one should visit or stay at the Ignacio's resort hotel. The experience is local, unique and telling.
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Assenczo
Feb 22, 2009

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Top Things to Do in Caye Caulker

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Snorkel

This preserve is along a break in the barrier reef that protects the Belizean coast. That break allows many deep sea predators and other fish such as sharks, rays and turtle to come into the calmer...
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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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Go fishing

If you love your fishing, Hubby and son Jesse highly recommend Mojos Fishing Charter. You pay for the boat hire so if you can share with someone else then you will cut your cost. This particular day...
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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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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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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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"Something different under the sun!"
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"Caye Caulker - Ya Betta Belize It!"
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JetlagCity

"I Miss Caye Caulker Already"
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"RELAXING IN PARADISE"
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"Caye Caulker"
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