Colinda Cabanas - Caye Caulker, Central America., Belize

From Belize Airport

  • Belize Airport

Arriving into Belize City at Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport

Gather your luggage and proceed to Customs and Immigration.
Exit the airport.
There will be taxi cabs waiting.

Note : taxi cabs in Belize have green license plates.

The fare should be U.S. $25.00 for a party of 2 persons to drive the 35 minutes to the water taxi station.
The last water taxi leaves Belize City at 5:30 p.m

Note : There are 2 different water taxi companies serving Caye Caulker. One company is significantly less expensive. Their schedules can be found online :

The water taxi ride takes about 1 hour to get to Caye Caulker.
Arriving in Caye Caulker there will be golf cart taxis waiting which charge $5.00 B.Z. per person. Or if you are traveling light and feel like walking; step off the pier, turn left and walk 10 minutes South along the beach trail. Walk past Popeyes Resort, Tropical Paradise Hotel, past Toms Hotel, past Barefoot Beach. We are located just past the Anchorage Resort.

Note : As you are walking towards us, you will notice in the distance, our grass covered palapa hut located at the end of our pier.

There are also 2 local airlines serving Caye Caulker from Belize International Airport.

These flights are relatively inexpensive, fast + fun ! Both companies flight schedules can be found online :  or
Sometimes these local airlines will wait until late International flights arrive before departing for Caye Caulker.
From the Caye Caulker airport walk 100 yards to the beach trail, turn left, and walk 3 minutes North along the beach to Colinda Cabanas - Or if you have lots of luggage, there will often be taxis waiting @ $5.00 B.Z. per person.

Note : sometimes the beach trails can be flooded and/or mucky. (prepare for adventure)

Colinda Cabanas
On the beach facing the reef .
Caye Caulker, Central America., Belize
Call: From U.S.A. or Canada : 011-501-226-0383


Rated # 1 in Belize by Trip Advisor for 2016 !

Colinda Cabanas is located on a sandy beach on the island of Caye Caulker in Belize. Facing the reef on the preferred East Side, we are blessed with an almost constant cool North-Easterly breeze. Most nights star-gazing is amazing while listening to the surf breaking on the reef. Naturalists and children alike will enjoy the abundant species of migratory birds, reptiles and marine life.