Golf carts, bikes and walking in town. Great local Belizean dishes, beachside tropical town, ... Fun area for a vacay in Central America. Con - Lots of trash around the streets and beach.
Cities near San Pedro for Local Culture
- 1Belize22 reviews
Go Slow is their motto! A short water taxi (ferry) ride from the mainland, Caye Caulker is definitely a laid back and backpackers paradise. It's a small island where you can walk and bike around. It's easily accessible to snorkel, especially at The Split. There's even a bar right next to the water where you can swim and jump into. ...
- 2Belize14 reviews
Beautiful island with great beaches and lookout points, but in retrospect I wish we would have done Caye Caulker instead. Ambergris is much more 'touristy' than I would like, and it loses some of the laid-back island feel with all the cab drivers hollering at you and packaged tours being sold to you at every turn. Beautiful? Yes, but from ...
- 3Belize31 reviews
OK, it's mostly a big city, but it's the place to go to get transport to the cayes/keys. Much more interesting than Belmopan.
- 4Mexico6 reviews
Th capital of the state of Quintana Roo, Chetumal is a typical border town--not really a place you want to spend tons of time (or any time) but it'll work if you need a decent hotel, good eats, a couple attractions, and/or a place to stock up on souvenirs at the flea market.
- 7Belize1 review
this is my home town where i lived for 15 years este es el lugar donde vive x 15 años
- 8Mexico1 review
Xcalak is way off the beaten track--a Caribbean fishing village just north of Belize. It's a pretty basic place--no banks, no public phones, no gas stations--but it's known for its spectacular snorkeling and diving (if you can, don't miss a dive trip out to Banco Chinchorro), as well as world-class fly fishing. There are a small number of hotels just ...
- 9Belize1 review
St. George's Caye has the only marine aquarium in the entire country of Belize and also has the youngest Aquarium guide countrywide.