Caye Caulker is Belize’s second most populated islands with an estimated population of around 2,000 people. Caye Caulker has a unique character – known all over the world as the ‘Go Slow’ island. While it’s neighbouring island, Ambergris Caye, is popular for major parties and buzzing traffic, Caye Caulker is a therapeutic getaway that caters to the adventurous minimalist and focused investors.
Caye Caulker 36 nautical kilometres from Belize City, and is extremely accessible. Air transportation takes less than 15 minutes (from Belize City or the International Airport), and transportation by boat averages around 50 minutes.
Caye Caulker’s popularity has boomed over the recent years, with North American and European tourists and expatriates. The island features the world-famous ‘Split’ (a channel caused by the passing of a hurricane – leaving behind a picturesque split), and sits only a few hundred yards away from the Belize Barrier Reef – a World Heritage Site. The demand for hotels, bed & breakfasts, restaurants and adventure hubs are at an all-time high, and the island continues to offer the best of both worlds for those who want to enjoy a slice of heaven without the annoyance of overwhelming traffic and overpopulation.