San Ignacio, Cayo, Belize

San Ignacio, Macal River

After travelling along the coast, I am now visiting the inland. I was so surprised about San Ignacio and it’s surroundings. Not far away are hills and forest reserves. San Ignacio itself is a small, charming town, partly touristic, but in the rain-/low season, where we are now, the amount of tourists is rather small.

For reading about my few days in San Ignacio follow the link to Belize and scroll down to the 18th June. Enjoy and look forward to tomorrow.


Snorkeling at Barrier Reef

Yesterday I was on a snorkel tour by boat. Even it was raining, the bottom of the sea was clear to see as well as the corals, sea shells and fishes.

To read about the tour (unfortunately I did not have an under water camera) follow the link for Belize and scroll down to the 15th June 2018. If you also will read about my arrival date on Caye Caulker, start to read at the 14th June 2018.

Take your time and read the Caveman story as well. The link you will find in the text of the 15th.

More about my Belize travel is coming soon. Stay tuned.

Caye Caulker

Caye Caulker is a Belizean island. Shortest distance from the mainland is from Belize city. It takes anyway an hour by the San Pedro Belize Express Water Taxi. The price is relatively low (56 BZD for a return ticket). The island is small. When you are in the middle of the islands, you see both coasts. The reason to visit this island are the Marine reserves. To snorkel or dive the Barrier Reef is, what is interesting. You can even see manatees, turtles and more. I am looking forward to see corals as well. Stay tuned, though you do not miss my report then.