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Start Date:
Wed, 15 Sep, 2021Annually
West Fest Organized by the Cayo Chapter of the Belize Tourism Industry, the West Fest is a family-friendly and eco-friendly event that celebrates 3000 years of culture, food, music ... moreand history of the twin towns of San Igancio and Santa Elena. All local cultures will be represented at the festival with costumes, music, dance and food. It will be held at the Macal River Park in San Ignacio Town. This initiative aims at giving back to the community, and ultimately build the community through the fund generated. This is the first year that the West Fest is being held.
2019 West Fest Details for the 2019 West Fest are yet to be announced.
Why should you attend the 2019 West Fest? Come out and experience the culture, food, music and history of the lovely twin towns of San Igancio and Santa Elena. It is a great event for family and friends to enjoy and celebrate the melting pot of cultures in Belize. Mark your calendars and make your way to the West Fest! This is going to be the biggest event happening in September at the Macal River Park!
Start Date:
Wed, 15 Sep, 2021Annually
EXPO Belize EXPO Belize Market Place is a consumer trade show organized by the Belize Chamber of Commerce & Industry. The first EXPO Belize Market Place was held in 1996 and over ... morethe years the event has become the largest consumer trade show in the country. EXPO Belize Market Place is the perfect opportunity for local businesses to showcase their finest products and authentic Belizean services.
2019 EXPO Belize Details for the 2019 EXPO Belize are yet to be announced.
Start Date:
Thu, 16 Sep, 2021Annually
Yamaha Saltwater Fishing Tournament Organized by the Placencia Chapter of the Belize Tourism Industry Association (BTIA), the Placencia Marelco Yamaha Saltwater Fishing Tournament ... moreis an exciting two-day fishing event in Southern Belize. This event puts all fishermen in competition with each other to see who can earn the most points based on their catches. It is opened to all boats and fishermen that complete their registration by the end of the registration period.
2019 Yamaha Saltwater Fishing Tournament Details for the 2019 Yamaha Saltwater Fishing Tournament are yet to be announced.
Why should you attend the 2019 Yamaha Saltwater Fishing Tournament? The Yamaha Saltwater Fishing Tournament is always a fun and exciting event to attend. Be there to see who makes the lucky catch of the largest barracuda, largest kingfish, largest extraordinary fish, largest fish caught by a female, and who’s the best boat of the competition!
Start Date:
Tue, 21 Sep, 2021Annually
Belize Independence Day Belize was a British Crown Colony since 1862. On September 21, 1981, Belize was declared an independent nation, free from Britain’s ruling. Annually, to celebrate ... morethis historic moment, the entire month of September is filled with festivities, activities and celebrations that show the citizens’ patriotism for the country. Parades, carnivals, concerts, fireworks show, and other functions are held countrywide by councils to commemorate this important public and bank holiday.
2019 Belize Independence Day Each year, September celebrations are held under a theme that is chosen from a list of submissions. The 2019 theme is yet to be determined. Nonetheless, the celebrations will be just as vibrant and lively as previous years. This public and bank holiday is celebrated countrywide.
Why should you be interested in Belize’s Independence Day? There is nothing more positive and enthusiastic than Belizeans and their love for their country. Patriotism is greatly show at September parades, concerts, fireworks shows and other special events. Come and join the celebrations as the thirty-seventh anniversary of Belize is observed.
Start Date:
Mon, 11 Oct, 2021Annually
TIDE Conservation Festival TIDE (Toledo Institute for Development and Environment) hosts its annual Conservation Festival fund-raiser in Punta Gorda Town! TIDE's festival provides ... morea prime opportunity for our local food purveyors to impress and garner income, all while promoting ecological consciousness by utilizing only biodegradable plates, cups and associated items.
2019 TIDE Conservation Festival The TIDE Conservation Festival 2019 is a 3-day event starting October 11-13 that features:

Day 1: Environmental Education Day

Day 2: TIDE Gala at Garbutts Marine

Day 3: Fish Festival

The theme for the 2019 TIDE Conservation Festival is "Be the Solution to Plastic Pollution."
Start Date:
Mon, 8 Nov, 2021Annually
Belize International Film Festival The Belize International Film Festival is an annual event that brings together top world films and filmmakers in Belize for four days. The festival ... morefocuses on independent films produced in Belize and other Central American countries and Caribbean countries that display storylines celebrating cultural diversity, topical social issues and stories of resistance. 2019 Belize International Film Festival The 2019 Belize Film Festival starts on November 6 with screenings at the Bliss Center for Performing Arts. Screenings will be held throughout the week. Please refer to the schedule for accurate dates and times.
Why should you attend the 2019 Belize International Film Festival? This is an event that you do not want to miss. Celebrating the 13th Edition of the Belize International Film Festival, be there to see unique culture-centric films. Bring a friend and enjoy films from Belize and other participating countries.
Start Date:
Fri, 19 Nov, 2021Annually
Garifuna Settlement Day Commemorating the first arrival of the Garifuna people in 1832, the national holiday of Garifuna Settlement Day was created by Belizean civil rights activist ... moreThomas Vincent Ramos in 1941, which wasn’t recognized as a public and bank holiday until 1977. Celebrated annually on November 19 throughout the country, the Garifuna community hosts street festivals, parades, cultural food sales and other traditional presentations in their location. The most popular locations for celebrating Garifuna Settlement Day are Hopkins, Placencia, and Dangriga.

Traditionally, the celebrations would open with a reenactment of the first arrival on dories along with lively drumming and singing. Following this would include a parade, the Miss Garifuna Pageant, and cultural presentations involving food, drinks, dances and art exhibitions. Garifuna Settlement Day is an important day for the country to honor and commemorate the historical and cultural importance of the Garifuna community.
2019 Garifuna Settlement Day Details for the 2019 Garifuna Settlement Day are yet to be announced. It is most popular in Hopkins, Dangriga, and Placencia, locations such as San Pedro Town and Belize City host processions in traditional Garifuna clothing, drumming, Cultural Awareness Week and even fashion shows. Why should you be a part of the 2019 Garifuna Settlement Day Celebrations? This is a great opportunity to learn and experience the Garifuna culture in Belize whether through the tasting of savory and delicious Garifuna dishes or dancing to the beat of the drumming. Many visitors travel to witness the reenactment of the historical landing in 1832. You can expect to see live drumming, dancing, and history-inspired displays by the Garifuna people from Belize. Since this event is held on a public and bank holiday, it is widely celebrated throughout the country.
Start Date:
Thu, 25 Nov, 2021Annually
Orange Walk Annual Tacos Fest Anyone from Belize would tell you that the best tacos in Belize are in Orange Walk. Each year, crowds gather to Orange Walk Town in Northern Belize to ... moreexperience this tasty festival. This food festival showcases a wide variety of tacos styles and tastes. Usually held at the Banquitas House of Culture in Orange Walk Town, the abundance in tacos are accompanied by local drinks, cultural presentations and live performances by local artists.
2019 Orange Walk Tacos Fest Details for the 2019 Orange Walk Tacos Fest are yet to be announced.
Why should you attend the 2019 Orange Walk Tacos Fest? Who doesn’t want to go to a festival for tacos? Each year, more and more people travel to Northern Belize to get their tummies filled with delicious tacos. Be there this year and savor all the different styles and flavors of tacos!
Start Date:
Tue, 14 Dec, 2021Annually
Placencia BTIA Mistletoe Ball The annual Mistletoe Ball is organized by the Placencia Chapter of the Belize Tourism Industry Association (BTIA). It is usually hosted at one of Placencia’s ... moreresorts at the end of each year in December. Entering the holiday season, this event is most anticipated by locals and visitors. Attendees put on their most glamorous and spiffy outfits to enjoy a night of great food, music, dancing, and raffles throughout the night. It is the most glamorous holiday party on the Placencia Plenninsula!
2019 Placencia BTIA Mistletoe Ball Details for the 2019 Placencia BTIA Mistletoe Ball are yet to be announced.
Why should you attend the 2019 Placencia BTIA Mistletoe Ball? End your 2019 with a bang! The Placencia Mistletoe Ball will sure be a fun and enjoyable event to bring in the holiday spirit with performances from Shuga City Band & Dj Boneyfide.
Start Date:
Sat, 1 Jan, 2022Annually
Krem Radio Annual New Year's Cycling Classic Krem Radio Annual New Year's Cycling Classic started in 1992 and has become a New Year's Day tradition in Belize. Happening every Janauary ... more1, this race marks the very first cycling race on the cycling calendar in Belize. 

The usual route is along the Northern Highway from Corozal District (at first Corozal Town, now the Santa Elena northern border) to Belize City, finishing at the corner of Central American Boulevard and Mahogany Street, approximately two blocks from the home of the race's sponsor, Kremandala Ltd., located on Partridge Street.

This is the second most prestigous cycling race in Belize, next to the annual cross country cycling classic held on Holy Saturday each year.
Start Date:
Wed, 23 Feb, 2022Annually
El Carnaval de San Pedro was San Pedro’s most important folklore celebration, one of the biggest carnivals in the Belize. The carnival has traditions that date back to the 19th century. ... moreSome of the best-known carnival traditions, including parades and masquerade balls, were first recorded in medieval Italy, where the carnival of Venice was the most famous. From Italy, the custom spread to Spain, Portugal, and France and, through colonization, to the Caribbean, Latin America and parts of North America. The carnival of Cádiz, Spain, even now one of the best known, was particularly influential in shaping the traditions that would later predominate in San Pedro. When the Spanish conquered Mexico and established the cities of Merida, Vallodolid and Bacalar, they brought carnival traditions with them. As the Caste War (Guerra de las Castas) spread throughout the Yucatán, those traditions travelled south with the Maya, Mestizo and Caucasian refugees who settled on Ambergris Caye and elsewhere in Belize.

The Carnaval customs of San Pedro resemble and appear derived from those of Cádiz. Even now, the people of Cádiz are known for their humour. While celebrations elsewhere featured the glamorous or scandalous, those in Cádiz were traditionally infused with playfulness, off-beat but imaginative costumes, clever word plays, and even sharp social and political criticism disguised as comedy. Face painting substituted for masks, and the city became famous for its comedic street singing groups, comparsas.

Read about it here: https://www.sanpedroscoop.com/2019/01/2019-carnaval-carnival-san-pedro-belize-paint.html
Start Date:
Wed, 16 Mar, 2022Annually
Live Well Cayo Festival San Ignacio and the greater Cayo District is quickly adapting to the growing demand of eco-friendly and health conscious travel trends. To that end, the Belize ... moreTourism Industry Association Cayo Chapter would like to extend an invitation to you or your organisation to be a part of the first ever, Live Well Cayo Festival.

The aim of the event is to promote individuals and businesses engaged in wellness, eco-friendly, healthy living, dietary, traditional and holistic practices.
Start Date:
Wed, 23 Mar, 2022Annually
Marco Gonzalez Spring Equinox Come out and experience the Mayan culture like never before! The Marco Gonzalez Archaeological Reserve was occupied from 100BC to approximately late 1400AC. ... moreWhat was thought to be a free standing island those thousands of years ago is now surrounded by mangrove marsh and has lost some of its mass due to sea rise of over 2.5 feet. Marco is one of over 20 Maya sites on Ambergris Caye, the home to the Coastal Maya Traders. Marco has been found to be the biggest of these sites. It sits in a forested environment with a trove of artifacts everywhere you look. Of course during the 500 years of abandonment, these items are in fragments, but a brief review at the office before your tour will help to identify items such as shells for jewelry, chert (stone) pieces still sharp for cutting, pottery shards (pieces) of jars and plates and much more. A self-guided tour is done by following the blue ribbons along the 7.5 acres of the reserve. Look, take pictures, hold them – LEAVE all behind. There are NO temples on Ambergris Caye or Marco; however, archaeologists have identified 50 mounds of former home sites – many are identified with our informational signs. Along the trails you may encounter some of the critters and birds which inhabit the site. The hermit crabs are particularly fun. And you may get a threatening stare from the many black stripped iguana. They’re scurry off soon enough.
2019 Marco Gonzalez Spring Equinox The Spring Equinox Event will be held on Sunday, March 24, 2019, at 10:00 a.m., where guests can enjoy a day of celebration of the start of all things new. This is also the only fundraising event held by the Belizean Non-Profit Organization, which manages the site. Cost of admission is $20BZ/$10US.

Activities will include the return of K’iche Maya Elder Martin Choc, 89 years old, to officiate the Blessing. He is joined by his grandson Jose who is Grandfather’s interpreter because Mr. Choc only speaks his native language and Spanish! Anyone who is celebrating a birthday, wedding, anniversary or special occasion is invited to the inner circle as the ceremony takes place. 

The ceremony is followed by the Masaewal Maya dancers from Yo Creek in their native costumes. You will be able to enjoy a table of artifacts on display from the San Pedro House of Culture as well as stop by Belize Chocolate Co.’s table for a demonstration of how Cacao goes from pod to bean to product. Maya music will be in the background while you enjoy food, beer and soft drinks or shop Maya items brought from the Toledo village of San Marcos. On hand will be representatives from Belize Institute of Archaeology to give tours of the site and answer your question of Maya occupation of the island.
Why should you attend the 2019 Marco Gonzalex Spring Equinox? This is a great opportunity to learn about the great Maya Civilization that once occupied the island of Ambergris Caye. There will be booths selling food and drinks and also booths from the San Pedro House of Culture and Belize Chocolate Co. to demonstrate the chocolate-making process. If you are planning on attending, please note the following: The site is 5 ½ miles from downtown San Pedro. The road may be bumpy due to late rains; allow 45 minutes to drive to the southern end of the island. After paying your entrance fee, the site is located ¼ mile – a 10/15 minute walk – inland via a boardwalk. After reaching the “high ground” of the site there is another 6 minute walk to the Main Plaza for the venue. The site is in the mangrove marsh; we control the mosquitoes as much as possible, but bring bug repellent and dress appropriately. Usually Spring is very comfortable on site. Admission, food and beverages require money; bring cash. No electricity for credit cards! Also note, very young children may get too curious with our critters! Under 5 years old not recommended.

Come enjoy a Maya immersion without leaving Ambergris Caye!
Start Date:
Thu, 21 Jul, 2022Every 2 Year
Taste of Belize The Taste of Belize cooking competition is an event hosted by the Belize Tourism Board to celebrate the celebrate the creativeness of Belize's food industry. Competitions ... moresuch as Junior Chef of the Year and Master Cheff of the Year are held to award the best cooks at the event. Taste of Belize is all about food - a dream for all foodies out there!

This event is hosted every two years. The next event is scheduled for sometime in July 2020.
2020 Taste of Belize Details for the 2020 Taste of Belize are yet to be announced.
Why should you attend the 2020 Taste of Belize? Taste of Belize is great event for you to cheer for your favorite cooks and taste delicious foods, pastries and drinks!