Discussion in 'Belize' started by hotfazz, Nov 13, 2013.
Caye Caulker, remember that snorkeling reservations need to be booked a day or two in advance.
While you at it, make sure you go to Shark Ray Alley to get up close and personal with nurse sharks and rays at feeding time. You can pose for pictures, pat them and swim with them as they are used to human contact.
Caye Caulker...what a place! I suggest taking a snorkeling tour from there to the Hol Chan reserve, it's really worth it. There are plenty of tour operators on Caulker that run half and full day tours so you take your pick. It's also worth taking the water taxi between Belize City and Caulker if you are visiting with a cruise.
you obviously have to dive the Blue Hole when you are there, though of course, if you're not certified yet snorkeling is still just as fun. Hicaco Tours is another company in Caye Caulker offering snorkeling tours that will allow you to see sharks, sting rays, giant turtles and much more. You should not pay more than $50 USD for a snorkeling of this sort.
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