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The Split

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Coral Garden Shark and Sting Ray Alley Snorkeling

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Explore the coral and marine life of the UNESCO-listed Belize Barrier Reef on a snorkeling tour that includes all your transportation to and from the mainland so you don’t have to worry about logistics. Ideal for beginner snorkelers, the shallow nature of the reef means you don’t need scuba diving equipment to swim with sharks, stingrays, and a multitude of other sea creatures.
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maserk wrote a review Mar 1
Colorado Springs, Colorado1,283 contributions151 helpful votes
It was really windy the day we visited, so we would have enjoyed the swimming and lounging in the sun a little more if it had been slightly warmer. We sat in the chairs overlooking The Split to enjoy the sun, birds, and water. We got smoothies from the little shake/smoothie shack nearby. There is a place you can walk down some stairs and get into the sea water where it's sort of walled off and shallow, almost like a kids pool. You can take a drink and sit on stools in the water there, which would be great on a hot day. On the east side of that area is a jumping/diving platform where you can jump into the water. The current in the split itself was fairly strong, which you could "ride" like a fast "lazy river" from the shallow area part way down The Split to a ladder where you could climb out. If you missed the ladder though, I'm not sure how you would get out, as it's pretty high up to where the chairs are overlooking the water. The next day, after we had been out snorkeling on a nice catamaran, we went through The Split to get back to the southeast side of the island where we had embarked. It was a great view of the area from the water.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Flitz8-A foodie travels wrote a review Feb 2021
Athens, Greece2,548 contributions238 helpful votes
There is not alot of places in Caye caulker to swim off in, the split is touristy but nice spot to sit down or get into shallow water
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Date of experience: January 2021
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The Weak Knee Traveler wrote a review Dec 2020
Singapore, Singapore11,794 contributions700 helpful votes
This is a beautiful island and is a definite must visit when in Belize which was probably why it was so touristy.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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cory B wrote a review Oct 2020
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the best place in the Caribbean to sit right in the ocean and eat lunch, drink while making new friends, a must when visiting Caye caulker
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Michael C wrote a review Aug 2020
Austin, Texas568 contributions62 helpful votes
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The best place to hang out on Caye Caulker, and such a fantastic area. This is where the most action happens! And the only public restroom!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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