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TravelPod Member ReviewsBelcove Hotel Belize City
The staff were great. Hotel room was a concrete square and clean. We felt safe in the hotel but the area is a little strange at night.
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Like many other tourists to Belize, while booking the trip I felt that a night Belize City was an obvious must, since being the "true" Belize, it was worth experiencing first hand. But then I arrived at Novelo's terminal, the bus station in Belize a few days prior, and I knew that this Charming experience I was about to have was going to be more, …
... 3 snorkel-stops. Areas along the reef we haven't been to and, it's about my limit for boats and salt water :-)
A very short ride to the reef.
First stop, South Channel, was my favourite. Our guide Daniel ...
... are between 2-3 metres long. The Blue Hole is famous for the stalactites that you dive in between and it feels a little surreal as I dive here.
The second and third dives are at Half Moon Wall and the Aquarium which are more normal dives with more marine life amongst colourful corals. We see spotted eagle rays, sting rays, school of blue creole wrasse, lobsters, trumpet fish and loads more. In between the second and third dive we visit the beautiful sands of Half ...
... that he was joking I glanced behind to see that actually he wasn’t. There was a 2m long nurse shark gently guiding alongside the boat. Then to our surprise, Caveman began to feed the shark (and other fish) with sardines. This was our opportunity to swim around the boat and look at a shark. Although a bit trepidatious at first, I jumped in and got closer and closer to it. Janelle decided not to jump into shark infested waters.
Our final snorkelling stop was to ...
... strengthening session in the front courtyard of Paradise Too - I'm sure people thought we were 'pies,chips and gravy'! Our second run heard more of the very original chants of "run Forrest, run!" etc. By then one particular Rastafarian character had recognised us somehow (maybe the beard?), and made a habit of "run Forrest, run" every time we passed his shack. Like I said, some very funny characters here in Caulker :) Definitely our favourite place so far! And will be hard to ...