The Belize Barrier Reef if it is something from another world. Sure, it's not the same size as in Australia, but to be in Central America, it is incredible. I was lucky enough to snorkel and SCUBA on the reef . The hotel (SunBreeze Suites), which behaved the best, helped us with everything. Boat, equipment, sailors, etc.. I wish I could go back more often and it was an unforgettable experience!
Belize has 200 islands between the coast and the coral reef which is the 2nd biggest in the world after Australia. Of these islands there are 2 that have minimal tourist infrastructure and they are called Cayo Ambergris Caye and San Pedro and Caye Caulker. The 1st is more white-washed but by no means comes close, and I think you should go to big hotels there are houses all 3 floors up, I meant that it is more touristy and more tours. For travelers There is also Caye Caulker which is a quieter place, comfortable and adjusted and also has the same distractions that any other key.
Belize City is the biggest city and former capital Belize and Belize District header. The city was the departmental head before the country's independence, when it was a British colony (British Honduras), and later became the capital to Belmopan in the year 1970. Unofficially it is estimated that the population of Belize City exceeds 70,800. The city lies at the mouth of the Belize River on the coast of the Caribbean. It is also the country's main port and its financial and industrial hub. It was almost destroyed on October 31, 1961 when Hurricane Hattie hit. The official language is English.
After seeing manatees we left at full speed towards the Cayito called Goff , which is a small island of sand and palm trees. The island is surrounded by white sand and green and turquoise water and is the example of the island we would all like to have. We arrived in paradise. We left our stuff and took the boat back to snorkel in the coral area the island. Martha was sunbathing on the island, not much like diving and a breathing tube is not she likes. The snorkeling was great as always and we returned to the island so hungry, so we ate a little and opened some coconuts. We dove for a while and came back at full speed with the speedboat which in these parts is the ideal means of transportation, no one here has a car, everyone rides a bicycle, but the boat parked in the harbor is a must.
These are the Sapodilla Cays, or Zapotillos Cays, as seen from the air. Only marine park rangers live on these keys. Although there are houses on some of the keys, many are uninhabited and others are only used for vacation. I was lucky enough to fly from the Zapotilla Keys to the Honduran coast in this half boat, half gliding thing. An amazing experience.
It is a lovely island, there are a lot of trade, nice people, lots of fun, the fauna is incredible, summer is going to affect you the rain, and it can be reached by air or by plane or on very fast boats and of course this is less expensive. You can rent an apartment at the Spindrift Hotel . You can also go grocery shopping and buy food to save you money, because everything is expensive, all super cool, of course I would return ....
Zapotillos or Sapodilla Cays are situated in Belize Keys, just south from the Hotel in Puerto Cortes, Honduras excursions are offered on all weekends. Keys are very rarely visited. Here you can relax, go snorkelling or diving.
When you go diving there you need to take you passport and money to pay the Marine Park. It is Worth paying because you will certainly have fun in its warm, tropical waters. From Puerto Cortes in Honduras you can go every weekend, they take their boat and tours include lunch. This is just one hour.