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I met Ras whilst about to light a smoke on the beach in Caye Caulker, he sat with me and ranted to me about the stars and the moon and where man fits in wIth the world !! And how we don’t need anything apart...More
This is not a recent review, we toured with ras creek 2 years ago and it was an experience I will NEVER forget. I would not suggest this tour for everyone as ras himself (we called him untouchable) is a drunken MENACE! But we had...More
This is also not a recent review of Ras Creek Ecotours, but a memory and insight into the man himself.
My wife and I have been friends with Ras for 20 years. He took our wedding party on a sunset cruise when we married on...More
This is not a recent review, but a reminiscence of days past. My friends and I spent a week on Caye Caulker in the fall of 2000. I picked the most long ago "visit date" the system allowed, but May 2014 is a lie.
Didn't bother taking his sunset cruise but I was hassled and harassed by him to do so every single time I saw him on the island. He frequents the bottle (or some harder drugs?) and when he is on his daily bender he will be...More
this guy approached us on the road one morning, offering a trip on his boat, where my girlfriend and i could feel free to hold hands (as we were already doing walking down the street). well, long story short, after politely declining, his offers escalated...More
One of the seminal figures in the discovery and development the Hol Chan Marine Reserve better known as Shark-Ray Alley and the Sea Horse Ranch on the lee side of Caye Caulker is veteran tour guide Bert Nicholas, AKA Ras Creek. He was a pioneer...More
ah.... I can't describe it.... I met Ras 17 years ago... both young and with a real passion for sea creatures. He was the first one (and I'm a witness !!!) that with patience and dedication was going out every day to the reef and...More
When I go back to the island I WILL do this again! The trip was ALL afternoon we snorkeled with stingrays and nurse sharks, ate conch and fish we caught on the boat, feed the frigates by hand, and saw wild seahorses. All this was...More