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#45873 - 12/03/01 05:31 PM lodging choices  
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wyatt70119 Offline
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Will be coming to AC in April/May. Currently looking at Banyan Bay, Victoria House, and Mata Chica. All look great on their websites. Any reason to steer clear of any of the above? Hoping to hang-out alot, fish a little and spend some time inland. What about Caye Caulker? Is a daytrip feasible/worth it? What kink of weather should we expect in late april/early may?

#45874 - 12/03/01 10:40 PM Re: lodging choices  
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Hey, Don't know anything bout those particular resorts, but I do know that a trip to Caye Caulker is worth it! It's a tiny island, real pretty, good food. You should like it!

#45875 - 12/03/01 11:34 PM Re: lodging choices  
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B&J, You are right about Caye Caulker, Almost the best time i had while in Belize!
I'll bet that it will be hard to repeat that good time this year!! I intend to try though!...Richard
It will be hard to beat the nite in Corozal sleeping in the hammock at "Hok'ol k'in" overlooking Chetumal bay though! I don't think i slept more than 1 hour that first nite in Belize!

#45876 - 12/04/01 10:16 AM Re: lodging choices  
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Victoria House is gorgeous and fairly close to town...we absolutely LOVED IT! Have fun!

#45877 - 12/04/01 10:44 AM Re: lodging choices  
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One reason you might want to steer clear of Mata Chica is that it is pretty far north of the river cut, in my opinon. That means you will need a boat ride back and forth - boats don't run in stormy weather, nor at all hours, so you would be limited by these factors. Search this board for North & River and you will find the pros & cons. What do you mean by hang out? Hang out alone in your hammock, under a palm tree - then mata chica could be perfect. Hang out along the beach, with diffent people & entertainment, at various fine refreshment stops - then you will probably not like the isolation up north (hammocks & palm trees can be found anywhere).
There are many trips to fish & snorkle on the way to & fro Caye Caulker, we go at least once per trip for the past 13 years, definitely worth it -IMHO.
In April I have experienced Warm Sunny Tropical weather with occasional storms and wind shifts. 83-93 degrees F, variable wind, water temp in the 80's. Perfect IMHO!
Belize it!

#45878 - 12/04/01 02:36 PM Re: lodging choices  
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Banyan Bay has the best location and Beach the rooms are just as they appear on the website. Have fun!

#45879 - 12/04/01 02:38 PM Re: lodging choices  
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So, staying a few nights at CC is a good idea, or is it better off as a day trip? any hotel suggestions there?

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