Lana's on the Reef

Offshore Cays, Tobacco Caye, Belize Cayes, Belize | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Offshore Cays, Tobacco Caye, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Tobacco Caye

    Cruising the Caribbean on the Ragamuffin Express

    A travel blog entry by mdobsonca on Jul 10, 2014

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... they cooked great meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Caught and cleaned fish and lobsters provided an endless supply of drinks, predominantly rum punch. Huge platters of fresh fruit were available after each snorkeling break so noone was ever hungry. The cost of the trip included everything including drinks which worked to be a great deal.

    A highlight of the trip was the music, there seemed to be a collection of music from every ...

    Swimming with sharks, turtles and sting ray

    A travel blog entry by onyfootprintz on Dec 13, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... to hear that I got sun burnt, even in this overcast weather!!

    We were picked up at our dock and headed out to the reef. We did three snorkel trips at three different locations with lunch spent on another island. It was a good full day.
    When the guide said we would be swimming with sharks I thought he meant we would be lucky if we saw a shark or two, and maybe a reef shark which are usually the small harmless ...

    Snorkelling, Kayaks, Coconuts n Lobsters

    A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Aug 19, 2013

    28 photos

    ... some freshly caught fish, we topped it with some shredded coconut and spicy mango sauce we had for an exotic island dish! Could definitely get used to this.

    The only dramas we had were sometimes when washing up our bowls and pans on the shore in the evening, our feet would get nipped by some weird translucent looking maggotty things. Sea lice apparently, completely harmless and a rare nuisance. Also sometimes the shower stank. Because it is water pumped up ...


    A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Aug 14, 2013

    5 photos

    ... tearing it on the spiked pole, but it is very strong (we were there a little while), before banging the hard nut to try and get a hole for enjoying the liquid out of. Eventually we succeeded and got the sweet refreshing water (albeit mostly dribbling down chins from the awkward drinking hole). Next was to tackle the shell to get to the meaty part, this is actually a lot easier once you've already weakened the shell so we were soon ...


    A travel blog entry by tristanbreslin on Jun 24, 2013

    9 photos

    ... 24th June: The island we were staying at, Caye Caulker (pronounced key cocker), had an inhabitance of approximately 100 people. There were two main streets that were gloriously Caribbean, with beaches and jetties buried in tropical water surrounding the island. Here we really found Belizan culture, which was dramatically different from the rest of Central America. Being a British colony until the 80s, everyone spoke English. The culture ...