Caye Caulker - San Ignacio

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for 2 persons, 7 nights
in September 2018

The Club, Caye Caulker

A nice room in a hotel with a lovely pool to meet people. Direct at the beach. The rooms are from different Airbnb owner and managed by a small front desk. For breakfast you get bagel and coffee – you only need your own cream cheese.

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Venus Hotel, San Ignacio

A midrange hotel in the middle of San Ignacio and a good starting point for the famous ATM tour with Mayawalk Tours.

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for 2 persons,
in September 2018

Cancún – Belize City

Night bus
22.15 – 07.00 Cancún – Belize City
Border crossing at around 04.00
USD 88 (one way)

Belize City – Caye Caulker

5min Bus Station to Ferry Port

1h Belize City – Caye Caulker
USD 29 (retour)

Tip: In Belize you can pay with Belize$ or US$. 1US$ = 2Belize$. The prices are always in Belize$, don’t misunderstand that, they like it.

Caye Caulker – Belize City


Belize City – San Ignacio

USD 30



for 2 persons,
in September 2018

2nd greatest Barrier Reef

  • Black Durgon Dives
  • Coral Canyons
  • Health Corals, rays & nursesharks
  • 2 tank dive with 2 snorkel stop
  • USD 200

  • > Explore our favourite Dive Sites

    We didn’t dive the bucket list dive “The Blue Hole” because for us it was to expensive for this kind of dive (around USD 300 p.P. for 3 tanks).

    ATM Cave Tour

    The famous ATM Tour: Actun Tunichil Muknal – a historical mayan site!

  • Daytrip with Guide
  • 45min Hike through Jungle
  • 4h in the cave
  • Epic and unforgettable adventour
  • USD 170

  • > Mayawalk Tours

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    Caye Caulker

    Day 1-5: The Club

    This island is home to the second largest Barrier Reef in the world. And it is not only big but also full of healthy soft corrals to dive through. And one of the best snorkeling spots ever is the Shark Ray Alley that absolutely deserves its name.

    Besides water sports, party is a big attraction on the island and rum that is cheaper than water definitely helps to get into the party mood.


    San Ignacio

    Day 6-7: Venus Hotel

    Close by Actun Tunichil Muknal is by far the most spectacular Maya Site you can imagine. But also one of the most difficult ones. You have to climb over rocks, through water, squeeze your body through tight passages and pass some alarmingly big spiders. But it’s a lot of fun to do that and you get well rewarded with an impressive cave, well preserved artifacts and skeletons.

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