Tobacco Caye Paradise

Tobacco Caye, Belize Cayes, Belize | Lodge

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Swimming with sharks, turtles and sting ray

A travel blog entry by onyfootprintz


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We did our first snorkel and saw endless schools of tropical fish, turtles, some sting ray and lobster. Probably one of the best snorkel swims we've ever done, no shortage of sea life. Then the second trip the guide says 'ok now I take you to Shark Alley, are you ready?!' And he sure did take us to Shark Alley, the minute he stopped the boat there were sharks swarming the boat, with the classic one fin out of the ...

Snorkelling, Kayaks, Coconuts n Lobsters

A travel blog entry by samlocke3


... barely wait the few minutes to walk back to our hut! It is seriously delicious and did not last very long. At all.

We had a big storm one night which was a little terrifying but also exciting. The sky had clouded over and so was darker in the evening than we were used to. This however, meant that we could see strange glowing lights in the water, some bioluminescent creatures putting on a water disco show! Some would flash on and off randomly while others would ...


A travel blog entry by samlocke3


... moving in and out of the coral. Also tons of conch shells and bits of lobster scattered about nearer shore.

For the afternoon I went out on a boat with Sarah who was also staying at Fairweather's. AC (guy with a boat) took us further out on the reef where we could get in to snorkel. Here it was a lot deeper and there were big canyons of white sand between the coral ridges. The coral itself was just really fascinating and beautiful ...

Jungle Waterfall and to de Island

A travel blog entry by samlocke3


... are probably about 20 small buildings here and that's it.

The island is also FULL of conch shells. There are hundreds of thousands of them, some of which they have piled up into a large and long conch wall just off the shore. Amazing. I had a quick snorkel from the wooden jetty before we cooked some dinner and went to the 'shop' to see what other supplies they had. This is the only shop on the island and it is a shack the size of a shed. A few tins, a few instant ...


A travel blog entry by tristanbreslin


... breathtaking sail. The first dive we explored the corral and small tropical fish that darted between the rocks. After just missing some manatees (that had arrived for mating season) we moved onto the next dive location. We had been told to expect sharks, however I wasn't quite prepared for the size of the gentle creatures. The crew chucked into the water bait as we prepared to jump in. I was first in, diving into the middle of an eating frenzy. ...

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This lodge, located in Tobacco Caye, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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