sand and water

We thought Caye Caulker was laid back until we got to Placencia. Placencia is if anything even more sleepy than Caye Caulker. There seemed to be more tourist-oriented stores here. The crowd here trended older than the Caye Caulker, and the restaurants more mainstream. Day 1: Caye Caulker to Placencia Our trip to Placencia began … Read more

Caye Caulker

View from the dock

We enjoyed Caye Caulker immensely. We spent the six days we were there in flip flops and swimsuits and while we had lots of great food, none of it was fussy or required dressing up, and it wasn’t hideously expensive. Day 1: Belize Zoo to Caye Caulker We began our trip to Caye Caulker by … Read more

Belize Zoo: More animals


Some more photos of the animals we saw at the Belize Zoo. We tried taking photos during the night tour but it’s much better in person.  Puma Spider monkey Jaguar Coatimundi Albino coatimundi Alligator Jabiru stork King vulture Feeding the tapir Kinkajou Margay Puma Ocelot Paca More about the Belize Zoo here More about our … Read more

Belize Zoo

turtle with interesting shell

The Belize Zoo is pretty cool and is not your typical zoo. All of the animals are indigenous and are rescue animals. They offer night tours to see the nocturnal animals. Day 1: Tobacco Caye to the Belize Zoo We were coming to the Belize Zoo from Tobacco Caye so we had a boat ride … Read more