Nature Reserve in Caye Caulker

Caye Caulker Marine Reserve

Declared a marine reserve in 1998, the 61-sq-mile Caye Caulker Marine Reserve includes the portion of the barrier reef that runs parallel to the island, as well as the turtle-grass lagoon adjacent to the Caye Caulke…
Wildlife Reserve in Caye Caulker

Swallow Caye Wildlife Sanctuary

About 19 miles southwest of Caye Caulker, the vast Swallow Caye Wildlife Sanctuary spans nearly 9000 acres, including Swallow Caye and some parts of nearby Drowned Caye. Here the ocean floor is covered with turtle-g…
Beach in Caye Caulker

The Split

A narrow channel that splits Caye Caulker into two, the Split has clean, deep waters free of seaweed making it one of the island's best swimming areas. The loud music and rowdy crowd at the adjacent bar will either …
Nature Reserve in Caye Caulker

Caye Caulker Forest Reserve

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…
Church in Caye Caulker

Catholic Church

The island's Latin roots can be observed at the simple Nuestra Señora de la Asunción church which serves the Catholic Community.
Church in Caye Caulker

Assembleas de Dios Church

A small local church serving the island's Spanish-speaking residents.
Beach in Caye Caulker

Public Beach

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.