Looking south, with our gaze following the line of breaking waves along the Barrier Reef crest; we can see the next island we’ll be travelling to today – Southwater Caye. After packing our kayaks with our personal gear bag and wishing fond farewells to our hosts we’ll start our day on the water with an introduction to kayak sailing. From here we’ll paddle and sail our kayaks along one of the most beautiful sections of the entire reef system.
The waters are shallow and clear and we’ll see a tremendous variety of marine life, including southern stingrays, eagle rays, grouper, nurse sharks, and more. As we make our way to Southwater Caye, with its coconut palms swaying in the wind, this is a day you’ll wish could go on forever. We’ll land our kayaks on the beach, check into our accommodations, enjoy an ice cold drink, and explore the island before dinner. Then we can maybe try a little bone fishing action on a fly rod or even a night time snorkel session on Southwater cut.
Overnight in Island Lodge