- published: 09 May 2016
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http://internationalliving.com/countries/belize/ Water taxis, essentially small high-speed ferries, are a great way to travel from mainland Belize to the offshore islands, Ambergris Caye, the most visited spot in the country, and laid-back Caye Caulker to south. You can also travel to remote spots around Ambergris, between islands, and even as far as the town of Chetumal, in Mexico. Travelers often fly in to the international airport in Belize City, take a cab to the ferry landing of one of the two major companies Caye Caulker Water Taxi and San Pedro Belize Express, and then motor over to the islands. There are about five to six ferries per day, with service starting early in the morning and cutting off at dusk. The water taxi are on-time, safe, and reliable. And tickets are inexpensi...
15 minute Belize City taxi ride, includes the swing bridge and the well known road to Municipal Airport. I will say there are some really nice buildings in Belize City, however I was on a mission that day. Between my meeting and shopping for fishing Magazines at Brodies and I not catch many on film. I will have to go back one day and to a taxi tour with Jeff to capture all the pretty ones like the Museum and some of the nicer buildings on the water.
We went from Chetumal, MX to Caye Caulker, BZ via the water taxi. But this first stop is in San Pedro, Ambergris Caye. Cool way to arrive to Belize. Nos fuimos de Chetumal a Caye Caulker Belice por taxi lancha. Pero la primera parada es San Pedro, Cayo Ambergris. Es una manera chida de llegar a Belice.
Water Taxi ride from Caye Caulker into Belize City. Ride was relatively smooth but took about 45 minutes. I bought round trip tickets in advance in Belize City and just showed up at the time i wanted to leave. They will generally do everything they can to get everyone onto the boat so it may be crowded. Enjoy Island Life!