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Picture an idyllic tropical island with white sand beaches, blue-green water, palm trees rustling overhead and a very laid back attitude - That's Caye Caulker ...


Caye Caulker is the second largest of the approximately 200 small islands located off the coast of Belize. Half a mile wide and less than five miles long, it is also the second most populous of the Belizean cayes with about 1,300 full-time residents.

Map of BelizeCaye Caulker Village is located at the southern end of the "split" a watery passage created in1961 by Hurricane Hattie. The split divides the north and south ends of the island. The swampy north end, now a Marine Reserve, is primarily a domain for mangroves, coconuts and nesting birds.

Within the village there are 3 main streets which parallel each other and are named Front, Middle and Back Street. From Front Street, the reef, about a mile offshore, is clearly visible and follows the shoreline where brightly colored clapboard houses, small shops, seaside pubs, restaurants and many of the villages accommodations can be found.

The "Split"Caye Caulker, once primarily a fishing community, still retains its laid back fishing village ambiance, while becoming well-known among the backpacking community for its party and night life and as an island destination for anyone looking for a beach-oriented vacation at modest prices. Golf carts, bikes and feet are the modes of transportation.

Caye Caulker is situated 21 miles northeast of Belize City and 11 miles south of Ambergris Caye; a short 10-minute flight or scenic 45 minute water-taxi-ride, from the mainland.

Things To Do from Caye Caulker

Big Rock FallsThe "split" is the place to go for sunning and swimming. Visitors can take ecology hikes (over 120 species of birds have been sighted on the island) and guided boat tours to mangrove lagoons. Caye Caulker also offers world-class scuba diving, snorkeling and fishing.  Sunset Cruises are popular. There is something magical about the Caribbean at sunset and under the light of the moon and stars. 

SCUBA Diving

From Caye Caulker, local dive sites are reached in a matter of minutes. Protected waters inside the reef make getting to sites easy and comfortable.

Dive TurneffeReputable licensed dive operators offer trips to a host of sites including Caye Caulker Marine Reserve, which offer some of the most natural diving in the region, featuring a beautiful, healthy reef with copious amounts of live corals and juvenile fishes. Excursions are also offered to the The Blue Hole, Lighthouse and Turneffe Atolls and other popular dive spots ... more


SnorkelingMost of the area inside the reef is less than 20 feet deep and you can see almost as much with a mask and snorkel from the surface as you can diving. In just 6-10 feet of water you'll find an amazing diversity of marine life. Also the reef provides protection which makes for clear, calm waters, making it ideal for snorkeling ... more

Water Sports

SailingSailing - Day sailing trips are available on locally crafted boats that Caye Caulker is known for. Popular are the Half and Full-day sails with snorkel stops, including Hol Chan and a stopover at San Pedro on Ambergris Caye. Longer excurssions can be arranged to the outer atolls, including Turneffe, Glovers and Lighthouse Reef.

Sea KayakingSea Kayaking - Take an hour or two to circle the south main island. Stop at the Mini-Reserve. Take a few more hours and paddle to the north end of the Caye, exploring the mangroves and spotting resident and migratory birds. More than 100 species have been identified. Many species of fish, including the seahorse, live among the dense mangrove root system.

Fishing Fishing - Flats, reef and offshore fish are plentiful. Licensed boat operators offer half- or full day trips for bonefish, permit, tarpon, snook, snapper, barracuda, jacks and for some of the really big ones, like sailfish, kingfish, marlin, bonito and pompano. Fishing experiences can also be had by accompanying local working fishermen.

Wind SurfingWind Surfing - For most of the year, Caye Caulker has a robust east wind blowing, making it an ideal place for wind surfing. A large number of avid wind-surfers have arranged their lives to spend several weeks or months here each year. Others come as novices, learn to wind surf and join them.

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Cayo District & Caye Caulker


From US $1,560 - 1,650 per person DBL (High Season / Dec. 1 - May 30)

* Actual cost depends on the room type you choose.


Cayo District

  • 4 Nights - duPlooy's Jungle Lodge Resort
  • ALL Meals
  • Non-Transfer Day Activities - Wait until after you arrive to decide what you want to do; then choose your Cayo District activities from the following list of things to do.

Things To Do

  1. Half-day (choose up to 2 per day) - Horseback Riding, River Canoeing, Cave Canoeing, Big Rock falls, Zip-lining, Butterfly Ranch, Xunantunich or Cahal Pech archaeological sites.

  2. Full-day (choose 1 per day) - Mountain Pine Ridge, Cave Tubing with Zip-lining or Flour Camp Cave with Canoeing and/or Horseback Riding, Yaxhá Sunset Tour, Caracol, ATM Cave, Black Hole Drop or Tikal.

Transfer Day Activities - If your schedule permits - when transferring by road between Cayo District and BZE International or Belize City (Municipal Airport) ... or when transferring by road between Caye Caulker and Cayo District via Belize City, we give you the option of doing one of the following activities along the way: The Belize Zoo, Cave Tubing, Zip-lining, Xunantunich or Cahal Pech archaeological sites.

Caye Caulker

  • 4 Nights - Iguana Reef Inn
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Non-Transfer Day Activities - Includes Hol Chan & Shark Ray Alley Snorkeling; Complimentary use of sea kayaks.


  1. Option to choose which Destination to visit first
  2. 8 Nights Accommodations
  3. ALL meals while in Cayo District
  4. Continental Breakfast while on Caye Caulker
  5. ALL Air, Water-taxi and Road Transfers between Cayo District, Caye Caulker, Belize City & BZE International
  6. Activitity Choices as listed above
  7. Tours with Govt. Certified Guides & Equipment
  8. ALL applicable Taxes and Gratuities

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DAY 1 - Arrive at BZE International Airport - Transfer by road or by air to Cayo District for the inland part of your Belize experience. If you are transferring by road your guide will be waiting for you at the airport passenger exit area with a sign, with your name on it. If your flight schedule permits, you can choose to do one of the following Half-day activities: Belize Zoo, Cave Tubing, Zip-lining, Xunantunich or Cahal Pech.

If you are transferring to Cayo District by air, then our representative will meet you at the Maya Flats air-strip in Cayo District and take you directly to your hotel.

[4 Nights in Cayo District]

DAYS 2, 3 & 4 - Choose your Cayo District Activities from our list of Things to Do

DAY 5 - Transfer by road to the Belize City marine terminal; Then water-taxi to Caye Caulker where you will be met by a representative of Iguana Reef Inn. If you are transferring by road then you can choose one of our en-route options along the way: Belize Zoo, Cave Tubing, Zip-lining, Xunantunich or Cahal Pech. A second transfer option is to take a short flight from Cayo District to Caye Caulker.

[4 Nights on Caye Caulker]

DAYS 6, 7 & 8 - These days are yours to plan activities as you wish with one snorkel trip to Hol Chan & Shark Ray Alley included.

DAY 9 - Departure - Local flight from Caye Caulker to Belize City or BZE International in Ladyville.


* IMPORTANT - Cost Does-Not-Include any applicable Marine Reserve or Inland site Entrance Fees. Also Border Crossing Fees into Guatemala for Tikal and Yaxhá tours are not included in the cost.

* Price ranges are for (High Season) Dec.1 - May 30 and reflect the cost difference between the hotel with the lowest rate which includes a Standard room and the hotel with the highest rate for an Upgraded room. Some Seaside hotels have a (Holiday or Peak Season) rate during the Christmas Holidays (dates vary).

* Ask about special (Low Season) rates June 1 - Nov. 30 and special discounts for groups of 6 or more.

* Discounts for 4 or more people traveling together and choosing the same activities.

* Extra person in same room (High Season) pays $1,400.

* This Package begins from the time you leave the airport exit terminal to when you are ready to board again for your flight home or onward destination. And includes All costs for Transport, Accommodations, Tours/Fees & Equipment and ALL meals in Cayo District, starting with dinner on your arrival day to breakfast on your departure day.

* Continental Breakfast is included in the Caye Caulker portion of this package. Delicious lunches and dinners, featuring fresh local seafood are available and you will find many fine places on Caye Caulker with a variety of cuisines to suit your taste and budget.

* The order in which you do your activities may change depending on your preferences and local weather conditions.

* A Belize Departure Tax (currently US $39.25 per person) is not included in any of our package prices.

* If the hotel you choose is already booked for your chosen dates, we would be happy to locate similar hotel accommodations for you.

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