Caye Caulker is a bird watchers paradise. The mangroves and the littoral forests of the southern end of the island (around and past the airstrip) are teeming with more than 100 species of birds. This is a great area to go bird watching on your own. We also have a self-guided trail through the Caye Caulker Mini Reserve, along the beach at the northern end of town, where you can learn about many of the native trees and plants of Belize, including the cocoplum, sea grape, poisonwood, and gumbolimbo trees. Dorothy Beveridge, the ultimate bird lover, licensed tour guide, and an integral part of the Mini Reserve, offers guided Bird watching nature walks. She’ll spend four hours with you, exploring the mangroves, littoral forests, and shoreline while sharing her passion and expertise about Caye Caulker’s birds. The walk begins at sunrise (just the sunrise itself is so spectacular that it is worth waking up early) which is 5:30AM to 7AM depending upon the season. $50/person (for two or more). $70/person (for one). Includes a light snack.