Colinda Cabanas - Caye Caulker, Central America., Belize
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Caye Caulker = Incredible Bird Watching !

There are over 100 species of birds that live permanently on Caye Caulker or migrate here during North Americas harsh winter months. Sitting on your porch at Colinda Cabanas you can regularly spot ; Night Herons, Great White Herons, Kingfishers, Frigate Birds, Grackles, Bananaquits and Hummingbirds.

Just South of Colinda Cabanas is a large Ospreys nest on a hydro pole beside the airport that offers some excellent viewing and photo oportunities. Beyond the airport is a littoral forest trail which circumnavigates the island. Birders can often spot Frigate birds,  gull-billed, sandwich and royal terns, Roseate Spoonbills,  Green-breasted mangos, Cinnamon hummingbirds, Peregrine falcons, Mangrove warblers, Caribbean elaenia, Yucatan vireo, Black catbird and white-crowned pigeons.

Often there are schools of fish under Colinda Cabanas pier which attract Ospreys and Pelicans. Watching the Pelicans dive into the water can be very entertaining ! Did you know that after a Osprey catches a fish he will manoever and turn the fish around so that the Fish faces forward when the Osprey is flying through the air ?

For those guests that are interested in identifying some of the various birds around the property; there are some Belize Bird Identification books in the office as well as a few pairs of binoculars = Just ask ! = Enjoy !

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 a small beachfront hotel located 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.