Belize | Advice on Belize and the CayesSam Lebus | 22 Dec 2014
Caye Caulker is a damn cool place!! Really good people, very relaxed atmosphere. Beautiful beaches and sea. We stayed 3 nights at dirty mc nastys (free rum punch after 7), and suggest somewhere else if you don't want noise. The restaurant "enjoy" served amazing food and cheap. 1.5 pounds of lobster Sith rice and veg and fruit for £7. We suggest doing a snorkelling and fishing tour, but do it with an official company (black hawk) strongly recommend this place, one of our favourite so far.
San Ignacio inland near the border with Guetemala. Stayed just outside at a place called 'Lower Dover' very nice eco lodge, great food. We recommend it. Market in San Ignacio on a Saturday isn't the biggest you'll see but pretty cool. Go up to the ruins of Cahal Pech, above the town. Really well restored and we had it all to ourselves.
We found Belize quite and expensive country, but great people and defiantly lots to do
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