Kayaks and snorkel gear are available free on a first-come basis. A private ' pier with comfortable chairs and a safe swimming area completes the picture Bring a good book, some suntan lotion and We think single travelers deserve a discount. Please enter one guest on your booking request form to receive a U.
Belize's Barrier Reef is still very healthy and has an abundance of marine life. We have had many comments from guests over the years stating that they consider Belize's barrier reef one of the best areas for diving in the world! There are dozens of excellent spots to dive near Caye Caulker. This area has many different species of fish, as well as some very healthy coral compliments of the nutrients washed out to the reef from Belize's many rivers and mangroves. Other popular areas to dive close by are some good sites along the Northern Coast of Ambergris Caye.
This area boasts more than different species of fish and many different corals, algae and several types of sea turtles. There are several tour operators on Caye Caulker who regularly take expeditions to the Blue Hole. This is usually a full very long! Measuring about 30 miles long and 10 miles wide, the sparsely populated Atolls waters are pristine.
There are several spectacular dive sites around the Atoll. These courses combine online, confined water and open water training. After the online portion, the practical in water part of the course can usually be completed in days. There are about a half dozen scuba diving shops on Caye Caulker. Belize has long been known as an excellent snorkeling destination. Located about a mile off shore from Caye Caulker is the worlds second longest coral reef. This makes Caye Caulker an excellent choice for a base of operations for those who want to experience some amazing underwater vistas. There are about a dozen different snorkeling tour operators based on Caye Caulker.
No need to pre-book your tours before your arrival, as there will almost always be availability among the different operators going to the various sites. Also although Holchan is a little further and costs more, you are almost guaranteed to see turtles,sharks and stingrays and sometimes even a Manatee! For those who want to try something a little different, some of the tour operators also offer night time tours to the Caye Caulker Marine Reserve and are often treated to creatures not often seen during the day such as octopus and on occasion Hammerhead sharks!
Another popular destination from Caye Caulker for snorkeling is the "Turneffe Atoll". This Atoll is the largest coral atoll in Belize. The famous pirate "Blackbeard" captured a large ten-gun ship "The Adventure" off Turneffe in Located about an hour and a half by boat from Caye Caulker there are several outstanding snorkeling spots in and around the Atoll. Most tour operators will supply all the necessary gear required and will also often provide fruit, snacks and beverages.
For those who are not into boats or large groups or are on a bit of a budget we offer free snorkel gear and complimentary Kayaks at Colinda Cabanas and can recommend some cool spots to go snorkeling nearby. After your arrival at Colinda Cabanas we will be happy to suggest our favorite operators and point you in the right direction! Caye Caulker has many excellent spots to explore via Kayak. Many of our guests just like to go out for an hour or two and take a little spin around our neighborhood.
Colinda Cabanas has 4 complimentary Kayaks available on a first-come basis for our guests to enjoy. Two of our Kayaks are simple "sit-on-top" types suitable for single persons. These Kayaks are excellent to take on a tour around the island or to take on a local snorkeling "expedition". Their sit-on-top form makes them relatively easy to enter and exit the water. While you cannot take them to the barrier reef protected marine reserve ; there are several other good snorkeling spots about a minute paddle away from Colinda Cabanas.
We also have a 2-person Kayak and have recently purchased a single professional Kayak for those who want to do some "serious" paddling. We also have some complimentary snorkel gear and have a good selection of adult and children life jackets for those who require them. For serious fishers or professionals, there are many experienced local guides you can hire to take you to the flats to test your casting skills for bone fish. Or perhaps some deep sea fishing is more to your liking? Whatever your style, budget and skill level you will find the fishing excellent on and around the Island of Caye Caulker.
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Come back to Colinda Cabanas and ask one of our staff to set you up with a hand line to give it a whirl! But be sure your bills are crisp, clean and are not torn. Businesses and banks will not accept a bill that has even a tiny tear or mark. Items in stores always include the sales tax and g. As a general rule those grocery stores located along Front Street which cater mostly to tourists can be quite a bit more expensive than those on Middle Street which cater mostly to locals. Canned Goods and all Imported Items tend to be very expensive in Belize.
Coffee Cream is usually not available on Caye Caulker. But you can often find fresh milk. However fresh milk is crazy expensive and almost always goes sour long before the expiry date. Fresh fruit and vegetables are usually readily available on Caye Caulker. If you are on a budget and you happen to be arriving in Belize City by bus, you will arrive at what is known as "Novelos Bus Terminal".
Right beside the terminal is a large market called "Michael Finnigans" selling fresh fruit and vegetables. Saturday is a best day for buying fresh fruit and vegetables on Caye Caulker as the barge arrives on Fridays. Beef is not that great in Belize. There are many street vendors selling tacos on the streets in the morning on Caye Caulker. These tacos are either corn or flour and filled with a mixture of stewed chicken, vegetables and onions and hot sauce if you like. These tacos cost 50 cents Belize for Corn and one dollar for flour. Grab 3 or 4 and you are good to go!
Bottles of wine are very expensive in Belize and usually not that great. If you like to imbibe, be sure to bring a few bottles from your home country or pick up a few bottles from the airports duty free shop. Or if you are traveling to Belize via Mexico or Guatemala; you can usually pick up some good reasonably priced bottles from stores like "Mega" or "Sam's Club: These are like a fried dough stuffed with whatever you want like chicken, beans, cheese, eggs etc etc. On Saturdays on Caye Caulker many individuals set up bar-b-ques.
One of our favorites is Alma's chicken and ribs who sets up just down from China town grocery store on Middle Street. There are about 70 restaurants on Caye Caulker. As a general rule those run by Belizean's are usually far less expensive than those run by foreigners. However again as a general rule the service in Gringo run places is usually far superior. Chef Juan's Kitchen which is located near a couple of hostels has excellent desserts such as Cherry Cheesecake and Caye Lime Pie at a fair price!
There are 2 water taxi operations serving Caye Caulker from Belize City. One is called "Belize Express" and the other is called "Ocean Ferry".
Taxi drivers will usually opt to take tourists to Belize Express because it has more runs and it also has the latest departure from the city. There are 2 airlines serving Caye Caulker. Maya Island is usually a few dollars less expensive. But sometimes Tropic Air runs seasonal specials.
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Coming from or going to Chetumal Mexico? There are 2 different water taxis which run on alternate days of the week. Be sure to book your ticket with the correct company on your departure date. There are several professional "touts" on the island that collect money for "Kids Sports Clubs" and other nice warm and fuzzy sounding charities.
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Several other "touts" will pitch snorkel or fishing tours at "unbelievable prices" and ask for advance reservation deposits. If you do want to help the local community; there are several excellent ways to help. Here are a couple of suggestions: Another amazing organization always in need of funding is the Caye Caulker Humane Society…….. Taking a local bus somewhere in Belize? If it is a 72 passenger bus and you are 73 - you get kicked off the bus. If you are a couple, one person stands in line and quickly gets on the bus and grabs 2 seats, while the other person goes to the back of the bus and loads the luggage.
Once underway the drivers assistant will make his way down the aisle and collects the fare. If you arrive on Caye Caulker with no reservation, there are dozens of small family run hotels and places to stay that are not listed anywhere on-line. You can almost always except for New Years Eve and Easter weekend find a suitable place to stay. There are local "Touts" that meet the incoming boats and ask the disembarking passengers if they need a room.
These touts will usually take tourists to the closest place that offers the tout the biggest commission. These touts are very good at what they do and will say or do anything to make money. The operator of the accommodation will also quote the tourist a higher price because he has to pay the "tout" a commission.
Do not follow the tout or allow the tout to follow you. On the other hand, if it is late, you are tired, and just want to get a room; these touts can provide an invaluable service… …"Caveat Emptor". Sometimes at dawn and at dusk; and especially on dead-calm days with no wind, sand flies can be a problem on the Caye's. Who invited the sand flies to our party? If you think you might be a "Bug Magnet" bring some "skin so soft" from home as it is not available in Belize.
Marijuana is readily available on Caye Caulker. You may see locals smoking it and may even be offered some for sale. If the police catch you with some significant amount of weed you may suddenly find yourself in jail…. Watch for a flock of Frigate birds circling a near or faraway pier. This will mean a fisherman is cleaning his catch and may have some for sale. Another good place to buy fish is beside the fisherman's co-op at the back of the island beside the beer distributor. The fishing boats usually come in around 3: There are over species of birds that live permanently on Caye Caulker or migrate here during North Americas harsh winter months.
Just South of Colinda Cabanas is a large Ospreys nest on a hydro pole beside the airport that offers some excellent viewing and photo opportunities. Beyond the airport is a littoral forest trail which circumnavigates the island. Often there are schools of fish under Colinda Cabanas pier which attract Ospreys and Pelicans. Watching the Pelicans dive into the water can be very entertaining!
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Did you know that after a Osprey catches a fish they will maneuver and turn the fish around so that the Fish faces forward when the Osprey is flying through the air. After a few days of exploring the sights and the sounds of Caye Caulker many of our guests choose to take a reasonably priced water taxi to the mainland and do one or several of the interesting activities available as day trips. The following is a list of just a few of the most popular activities….. The original site covers an area of about 5 square miles, but the excavated and restored part of the site is only about a mile square.
This makes it a relatively easy site to visit for all age groups and different physical abilities. After traveling an hour from Caye Caulker to Belize City via water taxi, your prearranged land guide will pick you up at the terminal and drive almost 2 hours to just outside the city of Orange Walk. From there you will be taken by boat up the New River for about an hour until you get to the site. Along the way you will often see crocodiles and various birds as well as some of the indigenous population. After disembarking at the site, your guide will usually break out a picnic lunch and then take you on a guided tour of this amazing ancient Mayan City.
Then its back in the boat for some more crocodile hunting on your way back down stream. Your land guide will be waiting at the boat dock, and will whisk you back to the water taxi station and then back to Caye Caulker. This tour will take up most of the day and cannot be combined with any other tours. It is a unique conservation effort bringing together 8 villages to protect the population and habitat of Belize's Black Howler Monkey.
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