What to expect from Halloween on Caye Caulker.

On October 25, 2012 in Caye Caulker, Culture, News


Caye Caulker with it’s multi cultural population holds this tradition high and for those of us that have been around for years, it is one that we cherish.

This weekend (on Saturday 27th October) the ‘adult’ part of halloween – the costume party, will be held … commencing at 88 West with their Halloween Monster Bash, following on to the Lazy Lizard at the Split and then last but not least the Oceanside till 4am!!  Prizes galore will be given out and much will be had to drink during this process.  And the best thing is that Halloween is traditionally rained out but this year’s forecast is for glorious weather under the prospect of a full moon – too much fun!!

For those of you who do not live in a community like Caye Caulker it would be hard to imagine the enjoyment of this spectacle.  The whole island becomes alive – at least 250 people that we all know and love will make an enormous effort to disguise themselves under their costume.  With their costume persons takes on a new identity or character and this always proves absolutely hilarious!!  Can you imagine your local postman or bank clerk coming at you as Frankenstein or similar????

I can guarantee you that a costume to the party is not a pre-requisite as 50% will not dress up but just come along to enjoy the fun – this is no problem as, in my experience, there is always enough of those who have made the effort to go around.  This night is like no other and with very little tourists on the island, the local contingent is always in full force and ready to enjoy Halloween.

The kids version or the ‘trick or treat’ element of Halloween will always be observed the traditional 31st October – nice and early as it is a school night!!

So if you are on or near Caye Caulker, come join us – you will not be disappointed!!



Please understand that we are almost at the end of high season, festivities and a reason to celebrate has been low on our agenda but now high season is around the corner.  This twinned with a Belizean’s natural flair for the creative

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