Sailing And Snorkeling In Caye Caulker

 It was so much fun!

Caye Caulker Is a small island next to Belize. It is about a forty minute boat ride to get there.

I got to sail on a sailing boat for half of the day. The crew leaders,Jacob and Shawn from Raggamuffin Tours, even served us lunch on the sail boat. I had chicken with rice and vegetables.

Boy was I hungry after all our snorkeling.

Boy was I hungry after all our snorkeling.

I also went snorkeling and I got to see so many different varieties of super cool fish and coral.

I also got to touch an awkward looking nurse shark with  smooth skin. I touched southern sting rays too. Their skin was more rough then the nurse sharks was!

I got to swim and touch the Nurse Sharks

I got to swim and touch the Nurse Sharks

Some of the fish I saw were, Bass, Tuna, Grouper a giant one and lots of striped fish.

Here's a huge Grouper with  his little cleaning fish on his back.

Here’s a huge Grouper with his little cleaning fish on his back.

One of the best things was the turtle. It had a green body and spotted brown shell.

There are only two turtles at Hol Chan Marine Park and we spotted one of them.  I felt super lucky.

There are only two turtles at Hol Chan Marine Park and we spotted one of them. I felt super lucky.

We're heading back to Caye Caulker now.

We’re heading back to Caye Caulker now.

This was the biggest fan coral that I've seen so far.

This was the biggest fan coral that I’ve seen so far.

I'm warming up for my next snorkel.

I’m warming up for my next snorkel.

Tuna are super fast swimmers.

Tuna are super fast swimmers.

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