The number one form of transportation in Ambergris Caye is a golf cart. So for the majority of the island, people are driving golf carts. There are taxis, mini vans, and some industrial equipment, too but majority of the traffic is golf carts. The speed limits are less than 15 miles per hour. Driving in Ambergris Caye is like driving around Disney World on a golf course.
Nothing is really named here in Ambergris Caye, so directions tend to be fun. Streets have names but they are also known by just the common vernacular of how something is described. In downtown San Pedro, which is the largest town on the island, there is a front street, back street, and middle street. The actual street signs have different names, but they are known locally as with their more descriptive nicknames.
Coconut Drive goes north and south through the middle of town. It runs all from south and all the way north of the island as far as you can imagine you can drive. The road is paved for about 3.5 miles from San Pedro to the north. After that it becomes more of a dirt road.
(Room for four in this golf cart in Ambergris Caye, Belize, pictured.)