Orange Walk Town

Category
Destination
Type of Destination
Town
Population
13,708
District/Region
Orange Walk
Description
Highlights
  • Orange Walk Town Park
  • Lamanai Archaeological Site
  • Banquitas House of Culture
  • Cuello Archaeological Site
  • Flagpole Plaza
  • Nohmul Archaeological Site
  • The "best" tacos in Belize
About Location
Orange Walk Town is the fourth largest town in Belize and is the capital of the Orange Walk District. Locally known as "Sugar City," Orange Walk Town is known to have the best tacos in Belize. It is the paradise location for street food and the hub for agricuture.



Stop at cafes and get a first hand look at the everyday life of northern Belizeans. Then head to the Banquitas House of Culture to get a feel for the district’s history, culture and industry. They regularly host special traveling art, cultural and archeological exhibits.

When you’re done taking in the town, check out Honey Camp Lagoon, where the locals go. With its golden sandy beaches and coconut trees you’re sure to fall in love.

Be sure to see the New River, a waterway for the ancient Maya and check out the wildlife and scenery on your way to the Maya Temples.
 
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Available Listings
$
89
/ Adult
Departs From:
Belize City
Have you ever been to Orange Walk Town Shuga City as is well known by and don’t know where to go while you are there? Think no more. Would you like to explore and taste the best tacos ... moreever? Have you ever heard the word Mestizo, but not sure about what that means or who these people are? Would you like to experience rum making from one of the oldest rum factories in Belize? Then you’ve made the right choice.

Your experienced Smart Travel Belize guide will be honored to take you around on a rather delicious food tour where you can enjoy the best Mestizo food you can find in the tacos capital of Belize. Tacos, Panades, Salbutes, Salpicon, Garnaches, Horchata, Belikin Beer and more. From there you will visit one of the oldest rum factories, Cuello’s Distillery where you will see first hand how rum is made from start to finish. You will also get a chance to visit one of the oldest Mayan site on-premise, El Cuello which dates back to over 4,000 years ago.

After indulging yourself with the aroma from the rum factory, enjoy the nap back to Belize City. 

Notes:

This tour is available to cruise passengers and overnight guests.

Kid friendly.

Gift shops in route.

This tour departs from and returns to Belize City unless there is a special request from our guests.
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