About Caye Caulker

Caye Caulker, also known as La Isla Cariñosa,  is separated by  approximately one mile of blue water from the second largest barrier reef in the world! Caye Caulker is a small white sand island four miles long and barely a thousand feet wide, and is part of a chain of islands forming the Belize Barrier Reef.

The reef is about a mile east of the island, creating a protected area of water between the reef and the eastern side of the island. The warm  clear water invites you to step right in.

Caye Caulker has a relaxing atmosphere with white sand streets and golf  carts and bicycles for transportation. There are many restaurants and shops and guests thoroughly enjoy Caye Caulker’s friendly and easy-going atmosphere.

Getting to Caye Caulker:

Water Taxi – “Contact us and we arrange your tickets!”

There are 5 daily runs made by the local Water Taxi on a daily basis 365 days a year from Belize City to Caye Caulker. The boat ride is approximately 45 Minutes and costs US$14.50 round trip. The Water Taxi Terminal is called Ocean Ferry Belize located on North Front Street at the foot of the historical Swing Bridge in down town Belize City.



Air Transportation – “Contact us and we arrange your tickets!”

There are 6 daily flights made by the local airlines on a daily basis 365 days a year from International Airport in Ladyville to Caye Caulker. The plane ride is approximately 10 Minutes and costs approximately round trip US$135 round trip or US$84 one way. The local airlines are located at the municipal airstrip on St. Matthew Street in Belize City.