Photo Blog: Caye Caulker, Belize

Caye Caulker

No such thing as a grassy backyard…

We stayed in Caye Caulker for a week, which would have been much longer if we hadn’t already booked a flight to Cuba (doh!). Caye Caulker is a white sand, tropical paradise unlike anything else!

Caye Caulker

Everything nice!

All the buildings are fun and brightly coloured, like Toon Town with only some of the wobbles. Caye Caulker is only a small island, if there was a path you could walk around the whole island in 2-3 hours  (if you could actually get around it… yes we tried!).

Caye Caulker

The side street, the police station and the mangroves outside.

While there are not any amazing beaches on Caye Caulker, it boasts a chilled way of life and a garden bar, where the garden is underwater. The local people are friendy, the way of life is simple: swimming, snorkeling, basketball, volleyball and plenty of hammock time.

Caye Caulker

Golf carts and walking are the main form of transport…bliss!!

 

Want more on Caye Caulker?

  • Diving the Blue Hole
  • Photo Blog: Snorkel Caye Caulker, Shark and Ray Alley
  • Where to Stay: Yuma’s Guest House

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