Photo of the day: Sunset at Caye Caulker Belize
Set out in the Caribbean Sea 21 miles northeast of Belize City and protected by the Belize Great Barrier Reef hugging its shores, Caye Caulker is the second largest of the 200 or so small islands, or cayes dotting the coast of Belize. Less than five miles long and a half mile wide, it supports some 1,200 people and a small steady flow of visitors. For many locals, fishing is being replaced by low key tourism, and Caye Caulker’s restaurants, hotels, bars, gift and dive shops retain a cheery, folksy charm while providing everything one needs for a perfect Caribbean holiday.
The above photo was snapped yesterday at sunset by the Lazy Lizard Bar.