Tobacco Caye is one of the tiniest islands of Belize and in any given day, this island has the population of just twenty-five, give or take, plus how many travelers are residing in the handful of island guesthouses at the time.
This island is not for travellers looking for lively nightlife, five-star accommodations, or any scene other than warm waters, palm trees and a star-streaked sky. It takes just a minute or two to walk across the island, and a few minutes more to walk around it.
On this remote island, the attractions are simple, but super: scuba diving, snorkeling right offshore, dining on the catch of the day, and relaxing in a hammock under the palms. Boats run from the town of Dangriga (Riverside Cafe dock) to Tobacco Caye every morning at 9:30 AM and leave the island around noon.