Spindrift Resort Hotel
Travel Blogs from San Pedro
Did a a boat side trip to see manatee,sea horse and Cay Cauker Tour.
$65 per person.---- 830am to 2 pm.
Did not see a manatee and saw a few sea horses without swimming,It is in small enclosure by the beach.Did some snorkeling from the boat.
Explore Cay Caulker and had lunch --hot dog and coke.
It is small coral island near San Pedro …
Booked a boat to Hoi Chan Marine Reserve.
Snorkle by the boat.Saw sting ray,marine turtle,nurse sharks,fish.
The turtle tried to bite me!.
There is a place there called Shark Alley.
Ate at the Cannibal Restaurant for lunch.
Take out dinner from Cannibal Restaurant
Walk to Ramon Village,a high end cottages.
Breakfast at the Estel by the Sea Restaurant.
Hired a private boat manned by a Garifuna
It is a glass bottomed boat.
He stop the boat to hunt for live conch.
Lunch at the Reef Restaurant ,ate grilled conch.
Snorkle by the boat dock at the Ramon's Village
Take out dinner at a Chinese restaurant that …
Caye Caulker is an intriguing car crash of party-tan-repeat backpackers, retired US expats and slightly territorial locals. Sometimes the interactions can be interesting. Most of our time on the Caye was spent somewhere between these groups.
On our first visit (Friday afternoon), the Split was garnished with prostrate backpackers, rather resembling San Franciscan sea lions lazing on Pier 39. Needless to say, it ...
... by some big fish, who continued to follow us throughout our whole snorkel tour! It was like having a fish posse.
The coral was so beautiful and amazing, like a well kept underwater garden with so many varieties and colours. We spotted angel fish, hound fish, parrot fish, wrasse, damselfish and loads of other that I can't remember the name of. We also saw an eagle spotted ray, a couple of sting rays, a nurse shark, a few turtles and a moray eel! The eel ...