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Half Moon Caye is a place straight out of a movie with turquoise clear blue water, coconut palms, tropical birds, sandy beaches and beautiful marine life. Even though we planned this trip a couple of months earlier and had plenty of time to study and learn about the place, it was still pretty unbelievable. And now, just a little over a week after leaving, it seems not quite real.

Half Moon Caye is a Natural Monument and is part of the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve. Like Crooked Tree, it is also partially managed by the Belize Audubon Society in partnership with the Belize government.

The Island Expeditions camp is comfortable and relaxing. Our weather was not as ideal as it could have been. Steady winds most of the time wreaked havoc with my sleep. The tents tended to make a bit of noise – well, they made more noise than the surf so maybe more than a bit. However I was able to overcome the lack of sleep with plenty of relaxing and enjoying the gorgeous setting.

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