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Wow! What a fabulous dive trip to Caye Caulker, Belize in March 2013. Here are a few pictures and videos. We were treated to great visibility and plenty of aquatic life. There were southern sting rays, spotted eagle rays, small and LARGE loggerhead turtles, green and spotted moray eels, nurse and black tip reef sharks and barracuda galore. We also saw 3 octopus, 2 during the day and 1 at night.|
We did reef and wall dives the first 2 days and dove the Blue Hole plus 2 wall dives on day 3. Days 4 and 5 were wall dives. Most days we did 2 dives but Wednesday and Friday we did 3 dives. Water temperature, except for the Blue Hole, was 77 - 82 degrees F. A couple of us did a night dive on day 4. We encountered a sleeping loggerhead turtle under a coral overhang. He swam off rather rapidly. Between dives on Blue Hole day, we enjoyed lunch on Half-Moon Caye.
We stayed on Caye Caulker. Days were mostly warm and dry. The streets were hard clay. Residents walked, biked and drove wide-tired “golf cart” type vehicles. There were plenty of shops, grocery stores, bars and restaurants. Restaurant food was outstanding and affordably priced.
We’ll be sure to return to Caye Caulker in the near future.
Video of a close encounter with a large loggerhead turtle.