• Cruisinbob

BELIZE PORT

This is a nice port that seems to get a lot of bad press. The port area is much improved even though the sales folk are a bit aggressive; this port offers a host of activities but the main issue is time as you have a long tender about 20-30 minutes depending on the sea state. Cave tubing is a MUST for any visitor it is a fun activity and if it is raining in the rain forest, be ready to get very wet. I always go with one of the original vender’s, “Reggie” he is funny, honest and everyone knows him. Nobody else comes close, his email is “regtour@btl.net”


If you have done cave tubing and you watch your time, then venture off to Caye Caulker. To catch the Caye Caulker water taxi you will have about a 7 minute walk from the port gates. Once you get to the “swinging bridge” you can buy your ticket ($15 round trip). Be sure to watch your time as it will take about 45 minutes to get to Caye Caulker. The Caye village seemed to exemplify the Caribbean lifestyle. Bright colored buildings, quaint little restaurants, and tons of docks and fishing boats. It was very laid back. I booked a 3 hour snorkel with Sharks, Rays, and various fish for only $25.00 pp. If I had to do it again, I would just hang out in the village it was simple Beautiful and the snorkeling was not all that great. WATCH your time

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