Caye Caulker

Caye Caulker is a little island close to Belize City.

We got there by taking a boat from Belize city, it was 45 minutes you could see a whole lot of stuff.

Jacob and I got to sit at the front of the boat on the way to Caye Caulker.

Jacob and I got to sit at the front of the boat on the way to Caye Caulker.

When we got there my favorite part was the snorkeling. We went with a snorkeling group called Ragamuffin tours.  We went in the yellow boat with Jacob and Blake.

We're taking the Raggamuffin tour boat out to the reef.

We’re taking the Raggamuffin tour boat out to the reef.

The first place we went was the baby reef where we saw a bunch of smaller coral, smaller fish, and a whole lot more!

I'm snorkelling at the smaller reef.

I’m snorkeling at the smaller reef.

Here are some of the smaller fish that we saw.

Here are some of the smaller fish that we saw.

Then we hopped back on the boat and head for “Shark and Ray Alley”.

After a long ride where I had a seafood lunch, sprite, and a really good thing of chips and dip called ceviche.

I'm getting ready to jump in the with Nurse Sharks.  Have you ever seen so many at once?

I’m getting ready to jump in the with Nurse Sharks. Have you ever seen so many at once?

Blake, our guide, let me touch one of the rays.

Blake, our guide, let me touch one of the rays.

We got there we hopped in with the sharks, tuna, and rays! I learnt a lot of things one was that the tunas tails are hard, two sharks have a tummy like sandpaper, and last but not least rays have a slimy back.

I had lots of fun, sadly we had to jump back on the boat to go to our last destination… the big reef. When we got to the big reef our leader Jacob showed us around and showed us really big coral with big fish and loads more.  On our way back to the boat we saw a really cute sea turtle who was eating sea grass.

Here's a beautiful turtle that we spotted. He was huge!

Here’s a beautiful turtle that we spotted. He was huge!

By the end we had tons of pictures!

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