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Travellers Palm Backpackers Hostel

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2.7km from city centre - Show on Map
8.8
Fabulous 709
  • Wonderful Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Travellers Palm Backpackers Hostel is a newly built hostel located in Caye Caulker, featuring four colorful, clean and comfortable dorm-style rooms, with either A/C and fans.... More...

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Tropical Oasis

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2.8km from city centre - Show on Map
8.6
Fabulous 254
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
Free WiFi

Tropical Oasis - a home away from home!... More...

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Dirty McNasty’s Party Hostel

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2.7km from city centre - Show on Map
8.0
Fabulous 562
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi

Dirty McNasty's Hostel is an upscale hostel that is as diverse as the island of Caye Caulker.... More...

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Bella's Backpackers

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2.7km from city centre - Show on Map
7.8
Very good 451
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi

Bellas Backpackers Caye Caulker is a family run business. One of the first hostels on the island, we are a laid back 'go slow' hostel with lots of rustic charm.... More...

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Go Slow Hostel

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2.7km from city centre - Show on Map
7.6
Very good 473
  • Perfect Location
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Go Slow Hostel offers accommodation in Belize.... More...

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The Club Caye Caulker Beach Hostel

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2.9km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

The Club Caye Caulker Beach Hostel offers comfortable lodging with sun terrace and views of the sea. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar.... More...

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There's only one speed on Belize's Caye Caulker, and that's slow. It's partly the chilled-out Caribbean vibe, but also because of the island's tiny size: there's simply nowhere to rush to. Walking pace is fine, strolling pace is ideal and kayaking is even better. Should you care to lace up your hiking boots in between barefooted days, you can explore technicolour natural reserves or grab a rod and fish for your own dinner.

Caye Caulker hostels have communal kitchens so you can prepare and share your catch yourself. One hostel even has an outdoor kitchen, ideal for barbecues and beers. Cooking not your thing? Choose a Caye Caulker hostel with a restaurant and bar and settle in for bottomless rum punch. Most have a social atmosphere thanks to dorms and outdoor common areas, though couples or solo travellers might prefer a private cabana. Many hostels in Caye Caulke have daily snorkelling sessions where you can get to know other visitors and see the sights.

At just 8km long, Caye Caulker is made up of two islands joined by a sandy channel. This 50m stretch, known locally as The Strip, is one of the best places to swim on the island. Expect powder-soft sand and brilliantly clear water – if you're lucky, you might even encounter a whale shark or manatee. Most of the North Island is protected as part of Caye Caulker Forest Reserve, while the South Island has a small town, nightlife and water sports, plus swamps and wildlife to boot.

Caye Caulker life revolves around the sea, with most visitors here to see the world's second-biggest barrier reef. Within the marine reserve, you can join a snorkelling or diving tour to get close to the coral. If you prefer to stay above water, explore North Island's mangroves by kayak. Afterwards, catch a taxi boat to the recently opened beach club across The Strip from Caye Caulker Village for sunset drinks. You can lose the crowds if you head to the swamp trails of the wilder southern shore.

To reach the island, you'll need to catch a boat or local plane from Belize City or San Pedro. Boats from the mainland arrive at the main dock in Caye Caulker Village after a journey of roughly an hour. Caye Caulker is car-free, so expect to see locals sauntering past on bicycles or in golf buggies. You'll find your own two feet are the best way to get around, especially since the island's widest point is just 1.6km.

We have 6 hostels in Caye Caulker with an average rating of 8.5 based on 3,645 reviews 6 of 6 properties available in Caye Caulker

About Caye Caulker

There's only one speed on Belize's Caye Caulker, and that's slow. It's partly the chilled-out Caribbean vibe, but also because of the island's tiny size: there's simply nowhere to rush to. Walking pace is fine, strolling pace is ideal and kayaking is even better. Should you care to lace up your hiking boots in between barefooted days, you can explore technicolour natural reserves or grab a rod and fish for your own dinner.

Caye Caulker hostels have communal kitchens so you can prepare and share your catch yourself. One hostel even has an outdoor kitchen, ideal for barbecues and beers. Cooking not your thing? Choose a Caye Caulker hostel with a restaurant and bar and settle in for bottomless rum punch. Most have a social atmosphere thanks to dorms and outdoor common areas, though couples or solo travellers might prefer a private cabana. Many hostels in Caye Caulke have daily snorkelling sessions where you can get to know other visitors and see the sights.

At just 8km long, Caye Caulker is made up of two islands joined by a sandy channel. This 50m stretch, known locally as The Strip, is one of the best places to swim on the island. Expect powder-soft sand and brilliantly clear water – if you're lucky, you might even encounter a whale shark or manatee. Most of the North Island is protected as part of Caye Caulker Forest Reserve, while the South Island has a small town, nightlife and water sports, plus swamps and wildlife to boot.

Caye Caulker life revolves around the sea, with most visitors here to see the world's second-biggest barrier reef. Within the marine reserve, you can join a snorkelling or diving tour to get close to the coral. If you prefer to stay above water, explore North Island's mangroves by kayak. Afterwards, catch a taxi boat to the recently opened beach club across The Strip from Caye Caulker Village for sunset drinks. You can lose the crowds if you head to the swamp trails of the wilder southern shore.

To reach the island, you'll need to catch a boat or local plane from Belize City or San Pedro. Boats from the mainland arrive at the main dock in Caye Caulker Village after a journey of roughly an hour. Caye Caulker is car-free, so expect to see locals sauntering past on bicycles or in golf buggies. You'll find your own two feet are the best way to get around, especially since the island's widest point is just 1.6km.