Belize is home to more than 200 offshore islands and all of them look pretty with cozy cabanas and warm beachside for fun and frolic time with your family. This Caribbean coastline is definitely worth your visit for the sole reason that it has so many unknown crowned jewels that are perfect for all your adventures- diving, scuba, swimming or just a cozy time with your family. You can also explore a lot of nearby villages along with enormous rivers and waterfalls. The following islands in Belize are known as Cayes and pronounced like “keys”. These will grab your heart and you would love to dwell in the vibe of this unforgettable place.

Ambergris Caye

The largest and the busiest island in Belize is this gorgeous Ambergris Caye. It stretches for an area of 36 miles and boasts its beauty across the shoreline. Belize is a hub of hundreds of islands and all of them are pretty fascinating. But this gorgeous island is the largest and the most beautiful one. This island is home to a lot of inhabitants which makes it the most crowded and busiest island too. It is the most developed one for this reason and thus is a crowned jewel of Belize’s tourism. You will never get bored here because this place is a plethora of amazing bars and restaurants that remain crowded all the time and make this place fun and fascinating. You can go for sunbathing during the day and a wild party at night. This island is Belize offers both.

Caye Caulker

Caye Caulker is one of the best-known islands in Belize and is known for its abundance of bars and restaurants. These bars and restaurants are super affordable because they offer cheap prices so it is a hub for tourists. Caye Caulker is the second-most visited island in Belize and is just a twin sister of Ambergris Caye. It offers the same level of fun and frolic like this one and makes it a must-visit every time you are in Belize. If you are here, you must indulge in drive tours and make this visit a memorable one. This island is smaller than the aforesaid one but it is a hub of backpackers and luxury travelers. You will spot this place as crowded as any other island. Simply hire a bike, golf cart or go on foot to make the most of this destination. You can chill in this place without any second thoughts.

South Water Caye

South Water Caye is a tiny island in Belize that boasts stunning white sand beaches and glorious water landscape. This view is one of the best in Belize and makes it worth the visit. It is located in the middle of the South Water Caye Marine Reserve thus being another major hub for scuba divers and snorkelers. Explore the gorgeous reefs and make this one a top priority on your bucket list. South Water Caye will just be another memorable destination in Belize.

Tobacco Caye

Tobacco Caye is small in size and covers only three acres of land but it is still known for its tranquil and relaxing vibes. There are so many things to do here but all you would want to do is relax and have the best time of your life in a tranquil atmosphere. It boasts a number of lodges wherein you can relax with your family. The thing about this island is that it is located at the northern end of the South Water Caye Marine Reserve which is actually an excellent spot for shore diving. So, this makes the adventure craving even easier. Over the years, this Caye has become super popular for being a hub of backpackers who indulge in so many fun activities like snorkeling and scuba diving.

St. George’s Caye

This gorgeous resort in Belize is one of the most flattering islands and is located about 8 miles away from Belize City. It houses the famous St. George’s Caye Resort which is the most gorgeous place you will ever spot here. It features a lot of fancy bungalows that are great for couples as well as families with children. This one is centuries old, thus making for a historic site. All history buffs will also love to be a part of this place and make this one a memorable visit for all the tourists. If you had to make this one on your priority list, then you won’t be wrong because it is home to many medieval buildings as well. Look out for this one the next time you are in Belize.

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