Thatch Caye Resort

Address: 9 miles off the coast - South Water Marine Reserve, Dangriga, Stann Creek, Belize | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 9 miles off the coast - South Water Marine Reserve, Dangriga, is near Cave Tubing with Vitalino Reyes, Altun Ha Ruins, Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Preserve, and Community Baboon Sanctuary.
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      Travel Blogs from Dangriga

      I'm Really Pissed Off...

      A travel blog entry by doove on Jan 26, 2014

      61 photos

      ... others. The next day, I went to go see some ruins but kinda failed with that, but walked around some bits of the town and took some pictures to prove that I was actually there, and everything in this blog did actually happen! Returned back to the house where the Internet Guy was round again to take us out seeing as his truck had been repaired and returned (at least he thought). He was already pretty drunk - as I mentioned the whole town seems to be ****** from Thursday ...

      "GO SLOW” Caye Caukler to San Ignacio

      A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Dec 10, 2013

      2 comments, 67 photos

      ... So on Bec’s recommendation decision made. Again right on the button ... meat just fell off and tasty!

      San Ignacio is a town in western Belize that serves as the capital of Cayo District. It got its start from Mahogany and chicle production during British ...

      Maya Caves and Sites

      A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Aug 02, 2013

      52 photos

      ... really surprised that we'd chatted to the owner- apparently he normally steers clear of talking to guests. F said he had tried to find a phone number for the cave, unsuccessfully, but was sure it was OK. We went past a Crafts School and F said it was a government initiative to teach less academic children a craft or trade to help them earn money. Very sensible, we agreed. Not all people are academic and some actually LIKE making things (wish ours understood this). We drove ...

      Iguana and Waterfalls

      A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Jul 30, 2013

      29 photos

      ... fading power and the new powerhouses were the northern European economies (England, Holland, France). They looked at the old Spanish possessions with jealous eyes. Privateers form Britain began by attacking Spanish ships, but soon moved into the wood trade. Logging the wood Haematoxylum campechianum, a useful hardwood with many properties (including dye) became a trade as these privateers turned merchants and during the 1660s and 70s settlements grew up to exploit this trade. ...

      Behind the Hurricane

      A travel blog entry by roystan on Jun 18, 2013

      20 photos

      Thanks to the Kashas for many of the good pics!
      We woke up to flooding. There was a guy in the lot fly fishing. We took our coupons to the cozy La Petite next door and picked up all kinds of goodies and were off to Dangriga. We were very late arriving at Williams, misjudged the time to get down to Belmopan, then across through the beautiful humming bird highway to about mile 9. We looked for the Red Roof and you can not miss ...