Fodor's Expert Review Caye Caulker Forest Reserve

Caye Caulker Free

On the North end of the Caye Caulker, above the Split, lies over 100 acres of preserved littoral forest abundant with salt-tolerant mangroves. This area is seldom visited by tourists, but is a favorite of spoonbills, pelicans, herons, black catbirds, and white-crowned pigeons, as well as black spinytail iguanas (known as wish willies), turtles, and the occasional crocodile. It can be reached by kayak on the island's lee side, and there is no park fee. 

Free Wildlife Refuge

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Caye Caulker, Belize District  Belize

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