The Hidden Treasures of San Pedro
Protected by the second largest barrier reef in the world, Ambergris (am-ber-griss) Caye is Belize’s largest and liveliest island. San Pedro is the colorful capital of Ambergris Caye, making it the heart of the island. This town never sleeps and is filled with delicious local seafood restaurants serving lobsters, conch, fish and other fresh daily caught prepared to order, bars, souvenir shops, and endless beaches to walk along. San Pedro has become such a popular destination for snorkeling, fishing, diving, relaxation and exquisite marine life waiting for you to meet them. Come see why travelers can’t stay away or in some cases never leave.
If you are looking for a more relaxing vacation with sandy bar, Caye Caulker is your destination to soak up the island vibes. The laid back and mellow vibe of Caye Caulker is ideal for backpacker, budget travelers and those who is looking to escape the everyday world in vibrant turquoise waters.
San Pedro (Caye Caulker) Highlights
❖ Turneffe Reef
❖ Blue Hole
❖ Swallow Caye Wildlife Sanctuary
❖ Caye Caulker Marine Reserve
❖ The Split
❖ Snorkeling, Swimming, Diving
How to Get to San Pedro (Caye Caulker)
San Perdo is approximately 36 miles (58 km) from Belize City. While Caye Caulker is approximately 23 miles (37 km).
Belize water taxis are a great way to enjoy the sun, sea and fresh air across the Caribbean Sea up close and personal. There are multiple water taxi services, including San Pedro Belize Express Water Taxi and Ocean Ferry Belize, which operate daily shuttle services between Belize City, Caye Caulker and Ambergris Caye (San Pedro). The boats hold up to 120 people, and takes 45 minutes from Belize City to Caye Caulker, followed by an additional 30 minutes to San Pedro. One-way tickets cost between $15 and $20 USD.