Caye Caulker’s northern uninhabited tip is separated from the rest of the island and is made up of mangrove swamps, marsh land, a lagoon and littoral forest—all of which are part of a protected reserve established in 1998. Located a half-mile from the island, the North Point Sanctuary Forest Reserve is only accessible by boat and is mostly a birder’s treat. Numerous species can be spotted, including iguanas and turtles. The reserve is also a crocodile nesting area. Kayaks can be rented from a number of tour operators on Front Street to explore the area and spot the wildlife.
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