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Belize Coral Reefs

Now that we are in Belize there are only a few major interest. One the Wildbird Sanctuary, two more Mayan ruins or three go to the caye (islands) to dive or snorkel. So we decided to go to Caye Caluker, an island off the coast of Belize City and in the Belizean Barrier Reef. The Australian, Dan,...

permalink written by  ryan & debbrial on October 14, 2009 from Belize City, Belize
from the travel blog: Us Discovering the Latin Americas



Boarder Crossing # 1

So back to the rest of the day. Once we got to Chetumal as a group the Australian guy, English guy and Ryan and I decided to continue onward to Belize City. This was another 4 hour ride so we bought our tickets for the next bus. Goodbye Mexico! Ooohhh almost, first we had to go through immigrant...

permalink written by  ryan & debbrial on October 13, 2009 from Belize City, Belize
from the travel blog: Us Discovering the Latin Americas



My Belizean Adventure

For all of you who think about traveling Central America, make sure you do not miss out on Belize! It is one of a kind and the best of trips i’ve had in quite some time. This time for the first time i had a travel companion, my friend Sabrina. we (female ages 27 and 29) traveled by ourselves....

permalink written by  Tuffremedy on July 30, 2009 from Belize City, Belize
from the travel blog: My Belizean Adventure



Caye Caulker to the Drowned Cayes

We pulled anchor again and are on the move. Today, we did a short hop from Caye Caulker to the drowned Cayes, which means that we are much closer to Belize City. We had some rain again today, after a late start. Yesterday, was too miserable to go to shore, so early this morning the guys...

permalink written by  bobandglennda on March 12, 2009 from Belize City, Belize
from the travel blog: Sailing from Florida to Cenral America



Drowned Cayes to Cucmber Marine

Today, was a great sail. Good winds and for most of the day we could see Belize City in the distance. We arrived at Cucmber Marina by mid-afternoon. We are only about 5 or 6 Miles south of Belize City. The Marina inside the highest wire link fence that I have ever seen and razor wire...

permalink written by  bobandglennda on March 12, 2009 from Belize City, Belize
from the travel blog: Sailing from Florida to Cenral America



Cucumber Marina to Colson Cayes

By mid-morning we were motoring toward Colson Cayes, in order to top up our house batteries. Cucumber Marina had not been able to hook us up to electricity. However, the wind picked up and ,as soon as, possible we hoisted sails, in a brisk wind that soon pushed the boat to over 7 knots. We...

permalink written by  bobandglennda on March 12, 2009 from Belize City, Belize
from the travel blog: Sailing from Florida to Cenral America



San Pedro to Cay Caulker, Belize

From San Pedro to Cay Caulker we had a great sail with full main and part Genie. We average about 4 to 4.5 knots per hour. We spotted dolphins in close, but they did not stay to play for very long. Knowing the dragging problem at San Pedro, we carefully motored in toward shore and with...

permalink written by  bobandglennda on March 10, 2009 from Belize City, Belize
from the travel blog: Sailing from Florida to Cenral America



Do you know the way to San Jose?

Snorkelling yesterday was awesome. Without an underwater camera to take actual pictures, we're going to have to paint pictures with words and try to describe the indescribable as best we can. The water is the bluest you've ever seen in your life. You know the colour aqua marine blue? This...

permalink written by  Corey and Melissa on March 9, 2009 from Belize City, Belize
from the travel blog: Margarita y Discoteca



Dag 73 - 76: Caye Caulker

flycharting, ny øy...

permalink written by  HikingViking on February 6, 2009 from Belize City, Belize
from the travel blog: World Tour 2008/09



Ranguana

This place is a very laidback fishing village which is situated in Placencia on the southern tip of the barrier peninsula. Ranguana has not been really developed, yet tourists like it better that way. Moreover, Ranguana still holds the reputation of being the best beach in Belize. The...

permalink written by  On Foot on March 20, 2007 from Belize City, Belize
from the travel blog: On Foot



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