Caye Caulker, a beautiful little island in Belize
Caulker Cay is a tongue of sand on limestone and underwater caves abound, so it has become a good diving destination. For example, in front of the town there is a lagoon that is between 150mm and 4.3 meters deep that is to the east with the Belize Barrier Reef. This reef comes to the surface in one part and submerges again in another, so it is an area also popular with windsurfers.
Night diving in Caluker Caye
The first tourists arrived in Cayo Caulker in the '60s but in the' 70s the visits had already grown with hippies that also reached Isla Mujeres in Mexico, or Tulum and Tikal. Today tourists are no longer hippies and come to enjoy their vacations in the capitalist world.
Streets Cayo Caluker
Caye Caulker is a place to walk on foot and calmly. It only has three streets so there is nothing to suffer from stress. It doesn't have a beach as beautiful as Ambergris but it's still worth it. You can snorkel, dive, fish, windsurf, go sailing, go kayaking, walk, watch birds, swim, sunbathe or go for a walk. You have a marine reserve and you can even climb a boat that takes you and brings you from the Mayan ruins of Altun Ha, the most famous in Belize.