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#283319 06/07/08 09:39 AM
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Hey guys, seriously I have become a message-forum-addict - - as I mentioned in past posts, I will be in Ambergris Caye this July -
What would you all say is the Must-Do's while on the island?
I love to travel and usually don't mind figuring things out on my own, but this trip I am on a bit of a budget and don't want to accidently waste my money on an excursion that most people would say is a waste of time smile
I guess I am wondering; as an example, what Mayan ruins are a must see, and what are the excursions that people would recommend...or not-recommend...etc...

You all have been tremendous help in previous posts, thank-you...

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Cave Tubing is great fun.

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A day golf cart trip exploring the island and all of the great resorts, north and south of the cut.

A day trip with Tanisha Tours.

A day trip to Caye Caulker for a swim at the split and a cold drink at the Lazy Lizard.

If you golf, Caye Chapel for sure.

Have fun!!!

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thanks for the suggestions guys,

is there cave tubing on Ambergris Caye?

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Only if you bring your own shovel and stalagtites!
You have to trek to the mainland.

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LOL that's what i thought.... now, is there caves not far from mainland? I have done caving in San Ignacio in the past, and it was fun, but a bit far for a day trip.

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Reaper, the caves under P1's place perhaps? I hear there might might be a "Cup" hidden there.


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Lamanai Ruins, without a doubt.

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The ruins and cave tubing is all done via day trips from the island to the mainland. In the case of cave tubing, they combine it with either a zoo tour or zipline.

It is likely the exact same tubing tour to took from SI...

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If you are a night life person...or even want to experience local music, I would say Crazy Canucks on Monday nights is a must-do. (Or similar music at Tacklebox on Tuesday and Sunday) I also love a catamaran sail to Mexico Rocks. Searious does a very fun one.

You must eat breakfast at Estelle's for the fry jacks. You must have some key lime pie at Elvi's. You must have a pupusa from Waraguma's on Middle Street. You must sip a beer at the Lazy Lizard at the cut on Caye Caulker.

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