Belize is divided into 6 districts. Belize District being the biggest and most populated. Then Cayo District, Corozal, Orange Walk, Stann Creek and Toledo. Caye Caulker is in the Belize District and many places you can visit for the day or overnight from here. My Sister and I, had the pleasure of visiting Maruba Spa the other day for a couple of nights. It is located on the Old Northern Highway, just before the village of Bomba and after Maskal. One hour from Belize City. There is another way you can reach Maruba by the old Northern River. We offer this tour with another local snorkeling shop in Caye Caulker called Anwar Tours. The trip is $100USD per person and includes round trip private boat transfer from Caye Caulker. Visit the ruins of Altun Ha and a visit to Maruba Spa. A serine river boat ride up river to Bomba Village. The trip is so alluring because of the visit to Maruba and seeing the Mayan Site of Altun Ha. All Mayan Sites of Belize are protected by NICH. The National Institute of Cultural and History. They are committed to the preservation of Belize’s ancient and historical era monuments and artifacts. After learning and exploring Altun Ha, you can cool off in the beautiful pool. Enjoy one of their signature rum punch and enjoy a exotic lunch in their jungle garden outdoor patio. There is second pool for guests only. We felt like we had the place all to ourselves. Indulge in the spa treatments, which are very reasonable priced compared to North America. So many places to see in Belize, even if your time is limited. I like to explore this beautiful country Belize, so if you have any questions, I can certainly try and help you with information or booking your accommodations in Caye Caulker and the rest of Belize. I always recommend a combination of nights on the Caye and a few days away on the mainland. Lots of different places and still more to experience.