Stand-up paddleboarding off Belize's South Water Cay

The 450-odd cayes (pronounced "keys") off this Central American country's Caribbean coast are truly castaway destinations, and while Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker are the best known, even smaller South Water Caye (just 15 acres) to their south boasts an even more "castaway" feel, with fantastic beaching, snorkeling, diving, kayaking, and yes, stand-up paddleboarding through lagoons, mangrove channels, and over the Belize Barrier Reef, part of Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, the world's second-largest after Australia's Great Barrier Reef. You can rent your own; take a tour from a local outfitter; or opt for a multi-day luxury package from tour operators such as Island Expeditions. And of course there are several lodges here for overnighting.

Read more in Tripatini member Satbir Singh's post 5 of the World's Best Spots for Stand-up Paddleboarding.


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