Sailing - Day sailing trips are available on locally crafted boats for which Caye Caulker is known. Popular are the Half and Full-day sails with snorkel stops, including Hol Chan and San Pedro on Ambergris Caye. Longer excursions can be arranged to the outer atolls, including Turneffe, Glovers and Lighthouse Reef.
Sea Kayaks - Take an hour or two to circle the south main island. Stop at the Mini-Reserve. Take a few more hours and paddle to the north end of the Caye exploring the mangroves and spotting resident and migratory birds. More than 100 species have been identified. Many species of fish, including the seahorse, live among the dense mangrove root system.
Fishing - Flats, reef and offshore fish are plentiful. Licensed boat operators offer half-or full day trips for bone-fish, permit, tarpon, snook, snapper, barracuda, jacks and for some of the really big ones, like sailfish, kingfish, marlin, and the tough little fighters like bonito and pompano. Fishing experiences can also be had by accompanying local working fishermen.
Wind Surfing - For most of the year, Caye Caulker has a robust east wind blowing, making it an ideal place for wind surfing. A large number of avid wind-surfers have arranged their lives to spend several weeks or months here each year. Others come as novices, learn to wind surf and join them.