Because the island of Caye Caulker is so small, it’s a breeze to navigate. Caye Caulker was split in two by Hurricane Hattie many years back, and the northern half is populated only by mangrove trees. The southern half is shaped like banana with a fat bottom. Three main streets run along its length: Front Street (closest to the eastern shore), Middle Street, and Back Street. Easy, right?
Our Caye Caulker tour begins at the airstrip, conveniently located at the southern end of the island. Many visitors choose to fly in from Belize City rather than take a water taxi. From the Belize International Airport (BZE), flights run about $55 USD.