A Walk Around Gorgeous Caye Caulker, Belize

Caye Caulker is an easy affordable water taxi ride from San Pedro, Belize.  25 minutes and you are walking down the center of a sand road lined with coconut trees…passing pastel wooden buildings, locals grilling lobster and that gorgeous sea view.

I don’t make it over there enough.  The last time, in April of this year, I discovered some new things – like huge tarpon and tiny sea horse and changed at the famous Split in the caye.  

I visited them yesterday too.

This time we ate lunch and wandered around.  Caye Caulker is looking cleanly scrubbed…parts almost gentrified.  But I’ll get to my opinions at a later date.

Here’s what I saw and did yesterday.

Lunch at the Rainbow Grill – there was quite a crowd there…many of the catamaran and tour boats parked outside were from Ambergris Caye.

And we waited for a while.  Over an hour to get food.

They have some really nice crafts on display.  I love the coconut piggy banks.

And then down to the Split.

And then on the way out…I love this sign.  Best surf and turf sign ever.






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  • mysteryboy

    wah…………….I wanna go back!

  • You are making me seriously miss Caye Caulker!

    • I’m already going back on Tuesday. It’s so super-charming. New word coined for Caye Caullker.

  • Debbie Griffith

    the sad thing is,they sell large conch shells,and the airport takes them away unless there small

    • I know they are NOT allowed in carry on – weapons I guess. But I’ve heard this about checked bags – I think it is a restricted animal? When the conch is killed to be eaten, they usually break the tip, I think. Actually…I have no idea. I need to look into this!

  • This little island is where I’ve found the most peace in the world.