The island's Latin roots can be observed at the simple Nuestra Señora de la Asunción church which serves the Catholic Community.
A small local church serving the island's Spanish-speaking residents.
The northernmost 100 acres of the island constitute the Caye Caulker Forest Reserve, declared in 1998. Birdlife is prolific in the reserve, particularly wading birds, such as the tricolored heron, and songbirds, inc…
There is not much in the way of sand at Caye Caulker's main swimming area, just before the Split, but sun lovers make use of the crumbing sea wall to take a rest between dips in the crystal clear Caribbean waters.