Baron Bliss Lighthouse

Type of Attraction

  • Memorial Site
  • Seaside
  • Baron Bliss Legacy

About Location
The Baron Bliss Lighthouse pay tribute to one of Belize's greatest benefactors, Henry Edward Earnest Victor Bliss, commonly "Baron Bliss". Having never actually setting foot in Belizean shores, he died with the request of being buried in a granite tomb, enclosed by iron fencing, near the sea with a lighthouse nearby.
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Belize City
Welcome to G&W enterprise A tour of Belize's old capital in our comfortable, air-conditioned van is just what you need to experience a historical and educational taste of our Jewel. ... moreWe have a licensed, knowledgeable and friendly Tour Operator and Tour Guide awaiting you at your port of entry or hotel. We will traverse along the beautiful shores of the Caribbean Sea on the Northern side of Belize City passing The Baron Bliss Lighthouse, which is the monument of one of our greatest benefactors.

This exciting and enjoyable ride will take you along the route of several embassies of varying foreign countries, major hotels, Linbert's Landing “known as "BTL Park”, some of our major high schools and universities, several residential areas including the residence of the Prime Minister. The tour will then proceed across one of the three bridges that connect the north to the south side of Belize City. Tourists will experience a true sensation with pedestrians and motorists during the busiest times of the day. The ride will take you to pass the recently built Belize Multi-purpose Center and into the metropolitan area of our City which includes the various banks, shopping center, schools and even a view of one of the oldest churches, the Anglican Cathedral of Belize.

Our tour guide will then go onto the George Price Highway is formerly known as the Western highway for 10 minutes to Old Belize which features the Cucumber Beach. At Cucumber Beach you can enjoy an activity-packed day with friends. Why not try their water slides, water trampolines and the jump off the rope swing at the amusement park? For those interested in what the Old capital looked like in the early 50’s and 60’s you can take a train tour of the museum right on site at Cucumber Beach.

This is definitely a taste of Belize!!! One you will never forget. You have got to book with us today to BELIZE it….A Belize adventure awaits you with G&W Tours.
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