An incredible place to spend a few days in the sun. It's an island but there aren't really beaches. It's more about diving, snorkeling, experiencing the pace of life here. Lots of great food. There isn't really nightlife here, most places shut down around 9pm.
Caye Caulker was a must on our trip to Belize! Most people vacation on Ambergis Caye; but Caye Caulker offers a great, laid back vibe without the swarms of tourists. Lodging and food are reasonably priced and the locals are awesome!
'No Shirt, No Shoes…No Problem.' You'll see this sign everywhere in Belize, but no place is it more apt than Caye Caulker. Indeed, nothing seems to be a problem on this tiny island, where mangy dogs nap in the middle of the dirt road and suntanned cyclists pedal around them. The only traffic sign on the island instructs golf carts and bicycles to 'go slow,' a directive that is taken seriously.
Boat service ran from Belize City up north to the islands. I remember making a half day stop to check out Caye Caulker. Small island with white sand beaches, little bungalow type rooms for accommodation and many cozy seafood restaurants.