San Pedro is a little more developed than Caye Caulker. It has asphalted roads and real cars. Back to civilization!
Caye Caulker, a thin line of white sand, surrounded by a sea of turquoise blue and green. On this laid-back island, by day its diving, snorkeling, sand and sea. At dusk, everyone heads up to the split to watch the sunset and at night its eating, drinking and dancing. A quiet lobster fishing island. It holds an extremely relaxing atmosphere, a gentle climate, postcard-perfect views, heaven on earth really. Just a few… Read More
In Belize, you will encounter many different landscapes. The mountainous, tropical rainforest with its abundant wildlife! The subtropical foothills, where cattle, rice, sugar and fruit trees are cultivated. The small islands, known as Cayes with their beautiful beaches! I must say, as Bolivia, Belize is definitely a country I would advise you to visit. On the coast, between Guatemala and Mexico, Belize and its hundreds of cayes, measures 174 miles north… Read More