Tourists staying in Dangriga will find that ferries are best used by those who don't have a rigid schedule to follow. Because it can be hard to pin down exacty when the next boat is leaving, you have to be willing to go with the flow.
If you'd like to explore some of Belize's cays, you can do so aboard a ferry. There is no set schedule, you simply have to stop by the dock across from Riverside Cafe on South Riverside Drive between 9:00 and 10:00 a.m. to ask what time the boats will be leaving. Topsy's Boat Service is who you're looking for. They offer prices on a sliding scale, which means the more people on the boat, the less it will cost you. There is also a water taxi called Nesymein Neydy that sails to Puerto Cortés, Honduras every Saturday at 9:00 a.m., returning to Dangriga on Tuesday.
is the one local ferry dock. You will be able to call them at (501) 522-0062; or you can visit the dock just outside the heart of Dangriga.
With this service, you'll be able to see not only some of the country's cays, but Hondurous as well. If you're up for an adventure, you might just want to head down to the dock and see if there is a ferry heading out at a time that works for you.
|Location Served||Dock A||Dock B||Company||Frequency|
|Caribbean||Nesymein Neydy Dangriga Pier||Puerto Cortez Ferry Docks||Nesymein Neydy||3 to 4 days per week|
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