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San Pedro – Caye Caulker – Tropic Air Summer Sale

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San Pedro – Caye Caulker – Tropic Air Summer Sale

I have been meaning to post details about the Tropic Air Belize flight sale from San Pedro to Caye Caulker and yesterday morning’s task of searching for Belize maps reminded me to cross it off my list.

Sale start date: July 1st, 2011
End date: August 31st, 2011

Round trip price BZE$58.00 + Rider’s Fee of BZE$5.00 = BZE$63.00 or USD$31.50

Some restrictions apply
– Based on round trip purchases only, does not apply to one way
– Applies only with cash and credit card purchases
– Ticket must be bought and used within travel special dates (noted above)
– Not valid with any other discount

Tropic Air Belize

Caye Caulker Airport

Tropic Air Cessna Caravan

Tropic Air Cessna Caravan in Caye Caulker

My Plan is  to do more Mainland Belize travel so I have been researching and printing off a lot of town maps yesterday to help me decide where I want to go and what I want to see.  So far I have Punta Gourda – Orange Walk Town – Caye Caulker – Northern Belize – Dangriga – Corozal  and Toledo. I have yet to decide where to go first I am thinking I may do a random draw from hat next week and see where I land.

Anyone have any good maps to share or input on a specific Belize location they would like to see on tacogirl blog?

Belize Maps

Small part of my Belize Map Collection

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8 Comments

  1. Belize Travel July 20, 2011

    Belize is an amazing tourist destination to travel with family or friends to enjoy an amazing holiday in search of an adventure. Its stunning beaches attract thousands of tourists every year to enjoy sports such as diving.

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  2. tacogirl July 16, 2011

    There are a few places to buy black dirt and plants here Marilee. Last price I remember seeing was around $8 – $10 bzd a bag. There is a lot of sand here especially if you are living on the beach – not impossible to garden though.

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  3. Marilee Irwin July 15, 2011

    Black dirt – who knew?? Most of my reading makes it sound like there’s only the one market garden and that almost all properties are sand. Something to look into when we’re there in October. Thanks for the info. Regardless of where you go, please take (and post) lots of pics.

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  4. tacogirl July 15, 2011

    Marilee there is good black dirt here. We also have a connection to an organic farmer on the mainland. Hope you found a match.

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  5. Marilee Irwin July 15, 2011

    Nothing really specific, Laurie. We’re trying to keep costs down, so looking for something coastal that we can also garden at (relocation – rent 1st, buy later). AC’s not really known for it’s soil, but we love the beach idea. Any other areas that combine beach with soil would be awesome. Just a note – the Corazal website (www.corozal.com) isn’t nearly as good as AC’s!
    @Sharon – am planning on getting in touch with you (got the book!) – thought we’d wait until our first trip to see if Belize reality matches even a bit with our fantasy.

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  6. Sharon Hiebing July 14, 2011

    I too am planning a trip to Corozal. A lot of my clients want to relocate there, so it will be more of a fact-finding mission than a pleasure trip, but I’m sure I can squeeze in some of that in as well.

    I also want to visit Orange Walk – – I wish they’d build a connector road from San Igancio to there, lol!!

    I don’t have maps yet either – anxious to see what you find. Have fun!!

    Sharon Hiebing
    Relocate Without Rose-Colored Glasses

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  7. tacogirl July 14, 2011

    Anything Specific Marilee? I will put Corozal on my list.

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  8. Marilee Irwin July 14, 2011

    Love to see information on Corozal

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