Category Archives: Belize

First class from Belize City to Flores

We arrived into Belize from Mexico on a ferry (you can read about that here) and spent some time on Caye Caulker. We were eager to start exploring the very different culture of Guatemala so we caught the first class bus from Belize City to Flores. Some of my thoughts on Belize I wasn’t particularly…

Stressless Eco Tours & Why YOU should choose them

Caye Caulker is a relatively small island not far from Belize City and we chose to spend just over a week there on our tour of central America.  For such a small island Caye Caulker is over run with tourists and tourist agencies! They’re just everywhere (on an island that’s about 4 miles long!) but…

Getting to the other side of Caye Caulker with Koko King

Once upon a time Caye Caulker was one island but thanks to two very large hurricanes in the 1960s and 1990s, the island was ripped apart and divided into two. The southern part of the island is the most inhabited. It has a power station, a medical centre, shops, restaurants, a ton of hotels and…

Belize Water Taxi; everything you need to know!

At the original time we caught the Belize water taxi from Chetumal in Mexico onto Caye Caulker in Belize, I couldn’t find any real information that was of much use so I’ve compiled this blog post to help you know more. Belize water taxi The water taxi is a small, pedestrian ferry service that connects…

Caye Caulker is an environmental nightmare

Caye Caulker looks beautiful and it’s not even a clever marketing ploy. It really does look as beautiful in real life as it does on the photos! It’s a tiny island only 4 miles long at the longest point and separated into two by a hurricane in the 1960s and 90s. However…. We were upset…

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