The Northern side of Caye Caulker in Belize, that was formed when the island was split in two by Hurricane Hattie in 1961, remained underdeveloped over the years. The last five years have seen major progress in development!
The amenities for each cabanas includes thick, fuzzy bath robes, hair dryers, ice bucket, and safe to lock valuables, which doesn’t seem necessary at the quiet, secluded property. Kayaks, electric bikes, and paddle boats are available for guests to use free of charge. Plus two pools to take a dip, day or night!
Or ask, ready to meet guests needs, Herold, the property manager, to have someone take you on a 5-minute golf cart ride down to the world famous split, to soak in some warm Caribbean Sea salt waters!
Jay Gould, originally from Colorado, who came to Belize 5 years ago, nicknamed “Pirate”, probably because of the black patch he wears over his right eye and owns Go Slow Realty, the number one Real Estate company on the south side of the island, says enthusiastically, “I have been all over the world eating sushi and this is some of the best I’ve ever tasted!”
And also try one of Carlos the bartender’s, perfectly mixed Mojitos with white rum, lime juice, fresh mint leaves and a shot of Angostura (bitters).
Written by Arona Ndiaye Sanchez