Caye Caulker, Belize

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** CAYE CAULKER, BELIZE**

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    Naimj
    30 Jul 2019
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    If you’re planning to stay on Caye Caulker book your room in advance, rooms sell out fast! Make sure you visit slipt. If you’re a foodie and love authentic island cuisine try auntie’s. Lastly be sure to rent a bike. It makes getting around the island very easy.

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    The Hawkins Experience
    20 Jun 2019
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    GO SLOW! If you are in a rush – you are only going to stress yourself out!

    Our experience in Caye Caulker we wild, not as fast paced as our normal trip but that did not stop the adventure at all! We meet some really cool people that were about that turn up life and we did it up with them a few nights at the split! We were able to cross a few things off our bucket list while here in Belize like swimming with the sharks and seeing a sea turtle up close personal in it natural habitat!

    oh yea, money is extremely easy to convert without having to really go to any banks – a plus!

    All in all, if water is your thing go ahead and purchase your flight now!

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    aubreelise
    30 Apr 2019
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    Definitely a chill island that moves at a sloooooow pace but it was really nice and relaxing. I stayed for 5 days last May 2018 and that was even too long. I would recommend staying 3 – 4 days max if you’re looking for more adventure. There were no cars on the island. The locals used golf carts and bikes or just walked. It didn’t take very long to walk from one end of the island to the other. Also, the only way to get to the island was by boat. The boat ride took about 45 minutes. The food was ok. It was fresh but nothing to write home about. My fave restaurant was the one we ate at for breakfast called Crepes and Dreams. The food was bomb and the owner was super friendly. All the locals were really nice in general. I went snorkeling on the island and that was absolutely amazing. Its the second largest reef (Australia is the first) with beautiful, colorful fish and the water was really warm. Off the island, I went zip lining, saw the Mayan Ruins at Altun Ha and also went cave tubing. It was a bundle deal we bought on the island where we got to do all 3 in one day and we had a guide the entire time that included transportation. The only thing that was annoying was the heat and humidity. That was the most humidity I’ve ever experienced in my life! It was hot and sticky the whole time. There were also a lot of stray dogs. They didn’t really bother you unless you were eating. Oh and the rainy season starts from June to November. We went the last week in May until June 1st and it literally rained all day on June 1st.

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    Quentin B
    07 Feb 2019
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    “Go Slow” is the slogan for Caye Caulker. A place where freshly caught lobster costs the same as snapper (10-20 USD). When you think of a place to kick back and relax this is an ideal island. Not a lot goes on here besides sitting in the sun and eating cheap seafood. You can walk the whole island in roughly 20-30 minutes. There’s snorkeling, windsurfing, fishing, cooking classes, and diving that you can do. I would recommend 1-3 nights here when in Belize. Not too far is San Pedro where more of the partying is but don’t let Caye fool you. There is a sports bar that gets a bit nuts a night. Overall I would recommend this as a must stop for a chill session. A bit touristy but if you find locals like I did they will take you to the hidden areas around the island; for a small price of course.

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