Blackbird Caye Resort

Turneffe Atoll, Turneffe Islands, Belize Cayes, Belize | 3 star lodge
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This 3 star lodge, located on Turneffe Atoll, Turneffe Islands, is near Belize Cave Tubing,, Explore Belize Caves, and X-Stream Cave Tubing.
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    Travel Blogs from Turneffe Islands

    Rastas, reggae, lobsters and a lot of diving!

    A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Jun 14, 2014

    38 photos

    ... had nearly knocked us out the day before.

    The rest of the time on the island was spent doing not very much. The motto of the island is "go slow" and they mean it! The locals are mostly Caribbean by descent so there are a lot dreadlocks and reggae music, and they certainly like a beer (at 8 in the morning in some cases). The official language of Belize is English but the locals speak creole which is based on English but it impossible to understand which all adds to ...


    A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on May 09, 2014

    48 photos

    ... dopo qualche attimo di esitazione ci siamo rituffati in mare per un’altra esperienza mozzafiato. Sebbene siano per lo più innocui, questi pesci restano pur sempre squali e trovarsi faccia a faccia con un esemplare di due o tre metri incute comunque un certo timore. Sott’acqua ci si può godere uno spettacolo caotico di decine di squali, enormi razze e pesci di ogni taglia e genere che sguazzano in un brulicare di vita che lascia tramortiti: per ...

    Beautiful Belize - you'd better Belize it!

    A travel blog entry by rene77 on May 05, 2014

    364 photos

    ... of the island first and then headed into town. The owner had recommended El Fogon and I finally got to try the gibnut – tasted a lot like beef! After lunch we explored San Pedro a bit more looking at the outdoor markets, curio shops, galleries and the locally made chocolate shop. Yum! Unfortunately most of the crafts seemed to be from Mexico or Guatemala. We headed back to relax by the pool a bit and later headed back to have dinner at Wild Mangoes.

    The weather was ...

    Caye Caulker- You better Belize it!

    A travel blog entry by daytraveling on Feb 03, 2014

    28 photos

    Caye Caulker certainly had the laid back feel we were hoping to start out with.... it just took a day or so to find. About 12 hours of traveling later, we took one of the only open hostels we could find: Bella's Backpacking. Word to the wise: stay away! It was an overcrowded party spot with loud music all night long. Needless to say we got out quick! With luck, we found a great place to set up camp about 10 ft. away from the ocean at Pause, a cat and dog refugee center. ...

    Around the Forest- of Maya and Men

    A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Jul 28, 2013

    20 photos

    ... called tetun or tree stones), altars etc.

    6. Collapse- Maya civilization in the late 8th/ early 9th century underwent a collapse- cities in the lowlands were abandoned (but in the highlands continued). There is no stand-out cause. Environmental changes, endemic warfare, drought have all been postulated (or maybe all three). Perhaps the large numbers of people supported in a favourable climatic period (Tikal for instance relied on ...