Laid back island but there is plenty to do




Scuba Diving

Belize has the second largest Barrier Reef in the Western Hemisphere and it is 190 miles long. 

It has the most pristine waters you can ever find.

It is Belize’s top destination and popular for diving as well as snorkeling. 

In 1996 our Barrier Reef became a World Heritage Site. If you love diving, then you are in the right place.

There are many dive shops on the island. Most dive shops offer certification courses and daily dive tours to some of the popular dive sites such as Esmeralda,  Blue Hole, Turneffe North and Turneffe Elbow. 

Get 10% off your dive trips when booking with Blue Wave Divers. 


You will find many snorkel shops around the island.  Popular snorkel shops are Carlos Tours (Carlos Ayala), E-Z Boy Tours and Raggamuffin Tours.   Common snorkeling from Caye Caulker stops is the Caye Caulker Marine Reserveand Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Another popular snorkeling tour is the Swallow Caye Manatee Sanctuary and Turneffe Atoll.


If you like to flyfish for bone-fish, permit or tarpon, or deep sea fishing or trolling, you will find expert fishing guides on the island who will take you to the best spots.  We can recommend you to the best local guide on the island.

Water Activities

Caye Caulker is not all about diving, snorkeling or fishing.  You  will also find other activities such as flyboarding, jet skies, kite  surfing, wakeboarding, kayaks and paddleboarding.  Most of the year,  Caye Caulker benefits from the Caribben winds that is ideal for some of  these water activities. Most surfers spend weeks or months on the island to take advantage of these winds. There are 3 water sport shops on the island: Reef WatersportsKite Xplorer and Contour Ocean Ventures.

Birdwatching and Nature Walks

Expert tour guide offers walks to look at different species of birds that make Caye Caulker their home.  There are over 100 species of birds on the island.  During these walks you may also encounter salt water crocodiles.

Inland Tours

Not only does Belize offer water activities/attractions but there are also inland activities as well.  You can choose to visit any of the  Maya Ruins, go cave tubing or zipling among other activities.  We can help you book these activities.