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Great place to spend the day! There is a great bar and grill called The Lazy Lizard that has excellent food and cold drinks. The split is a body of water separating North and South Caye Caulker. It is a great place to snorkel for free. There is a...more
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I did go during the low season but I think I may have set my expectations a little too high for this place. There’s a small “pool” area, a high dive, tables and beach chairs. It’s a lounge spot but there were no umbrellas next...More
This location is where the island of Caye Caulker was - according to local legend - split into northern and southern halves by Hurricane Hattie in 1961.
We spent a couple of afternoons/early evenings lounging on chairs on the boardwalk, sipping on Belikins and rum...More
A must visit when in Caye Caulker. Fun place to swim, people watch, and just relax. Views are amazing and it has the true Belize feel to it. Just be prepared to pay double/triple for what you pay for drinks in town, but you have...More
We were able to do this trip affordably and still had a lot of fun. We had 2 days of rain but found it didn't bother us at all. The puddles turn the color of milk. The rainforest was not available because of the mosquitos...More
Response from X4485VFbarbarac | Reviewed this property |
There is also a free Ferry that leaves from the dock next to the beer distributor that takes you to KoKo King, they ask that you at least have a drink at the bar to offset the cost of the ferry. It's a fun way to spend the... More
There is also a free Ferry that leaves from the dock next to the beer distributor that takes you to KoKo King, they ask that you at least have a drink at the bar to offset the cost of the ferry. It's a fun way to spend the day. Not much to see though - I walked around the new condo's being built on the north end. Mosquitos were pretty bad there.
Response from puddlejumpp | Reviewed this property |
Hi there! I would say you could definitely spend 9 days if you're going to do excursions off the island like going to Mayan ruins, cave tubbing or snorkeling. The island is beautiful and you'll have an amazing time, but 9... More
Hi there! I would say you could definitely spend 9 days if you're going to do excursions off the island like going to Mayan ruins, cave tubbing or snorkeling. The island is beautiful and you'll have an amazing time, but 9 days just on the island could get to be too much if you don't venture out.
The ferry is offered by two companies, but the San Pedro Express company is a little bit of a nicer boat, though slightly more $. You would take an airport taxi to the water taxi terminal (about $50BZD though more for many passengers). Then, you'll check your larger bags with the water taxi staff at the curb, walk to the office to purchase tickets, and wait for the next water taxi. It's kind of chaotic when waiting in line for the taxi, but you'll make it aboard! The ride is about 45 minutes and stops at Caye Caulker before going on to San Pedro (assuming you use the San Pedro Express company).
If you want to go on many excursions or very far into the country of Belize, I don't advise staying on Caye Caulker for the full 9 days. For example, if you want to go to the ATM Caves or Xunantunich ruins, you'd have about a 45 min water tax ride & 2 hour bus ride each way (at least). If you want a more jungle experience, stay at Pook's Hill Lodge or Bocawina Lodge. They're both very authentic and have amazing staff. I hope this help!