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Caye Caulker has sandy roads and golf carts. The rest is a throw back to yesteryear of the Caribbean in the 70’s and 80’s and the pace of life on the island is sedentary at best. Known as one of the top back-packer haunts in the region it now also offers more upscale hotel and dining options alongside the traditional simple beach front shacks.

The split, located at the western tip of the southern island is a place to congregate, snorkel, listen to local rhythms or learn about Belize from enthusiastic locals. The frequent boat service to and from the island make short or longer stays an easy decision. Caye Caulker is also a great base from which to do the Hol Chan Park and Shark Ray Alley. There is a special sailing trip operated a couple departures a week from Caye Caulker to Dangriga. Caye Caulker is home to the only cave for divers. A large underwater treasure trove but only for experienced and cave certified divers. Fishing, Diving and Snorkeling are offered in abundance from the island.

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Day 1

Arrival to Belize Caye Caulker

Arrival to Belize Ambergris Caye Welcome to Belize! After a transfer from the International airport to a local ferry operator, you will enjoy the breeze in your hair on the 50 minute boat transfer in calm waters to Caye Caulker. You will be met at the dock for a golf cart ride to your hotel. There are numerous local restaurants to choose from for a beachside dinner.

Day 2


Caye Caulker snorkeling is world class! From your first glimpse underwater, you are in a totally different world - brightly colored fish, sponges, corals, and other creatures everywhere! We offer it all and at very competitive prices. Thousands snorkel our reef and surrounding areas every year and all have wonderful comments when they leave.

Day 3

Manatee Tour

The Manatee (or Sea Cow) is a beautiful, friendly creature. Tours from Caye Caulker take you to visit these docile creatures, in their natural habitat. You can get great pictures as they surface right next to the boat. Manatees are found in many areas in Belize, but Swallow Caye off Belize City nearly always has a good concentration of them. That area has just been declared a protected area. Most tours to see the manatees go on to visit Geoff's Caye, a small, uninhabited island right on the reef. Here you can have your lunch, snorkel right off the island among the coral or just lay back and relax.

Day 4

Departure Day

Boat transfer to Belize City and taxi transfer to the Belize International Airport.

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