Caye Caulker North Point Sanctuary Forest Reserve

Declared a nature reserve in 1998, Caye Caulker North Point Sanctuary is a great spot to learn about how animals in one of the marshy areas of Belize live.

Separated from the rest of Caye Caulker by a half of a mile, this tiny land mass is comprised of a littoral forest, marsh lands, mangrove swamps, and a lagoon.

When you reach North Point you'll find a visitor and research center near a picnic spot, plus a platform trail that allows you to walk through the mangroves. On your tour, be on the lookout for lizards, turtles, and birds, but also crocodiles.


Caye Caulker North Point Sanctuary Forest Reserve can be found on the island of Caye Caulker, it is to the south-southwest of San Pedro.

North Point is located about a half a mile from Caye Caulker and is only accessible by boat. You can visit as part of a tour or rent kayaks from operators on Front Street to explore the area on your own.

Nearby Restaurants

There are several picks of restaurants to choose from in the neighborhood nearby this wildlife reservation. The most proximate place to eat to Caye Caulker North Point Sanctuary Forest Reserve is Don Corleone Trattoria, which offers Italian dishes. Also within a short distance, you'll have options including Lazy Lizard Bar & Grill and Rainbow Grill and Bar where you and your companions can try a bite of South American food and experience the culture of Belize.

Nearby Attractions

Active travelers that like wildlife reservations, and have the energy to view some others, ought to think about Caye Caulker Mini Reserve and Caye Caulker Marine Reserve; both of which are within driving distance of this page's nature preserve. You'll find some other activities in the area, including Ambergris Museum, which is within traveling distance in San Pedro. Furthermore, you can consider making the trip to Boca Del Rio Park, which is another attraction close by.

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Location: Caye Caulker


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