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This tour is done in collaboration with the Drums, not Guns Program. A member of the Program will be your instructor, teaching you the art of holding your drums, some history of the ... moreSambai and how to play.
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San Ignacio Town
The Belizean people, especially those from the rural Creole villages, make wines from every fruit, herb and vegetables they have available. These wines are made using simple ingredients ... moresuch as brown sugar and what ever fruit, herb or vegetable you chose to flavor it with. Wine drinking is done for recreation and healing purposes. We meet you at the Cayo Welcome Center and we walk over to the Wildfire Artzmosphere where you get to relax and begin your wine tasting. You get to chose 5 flavors from a variety of local herbs and fruit flavors including banana, mango, strong back herb, spiced t-back herb . . .
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San Ignacio Town
We'll pick you up at the Cayo Welcome Center and we walk over to the Wildfire Artzmosphere where you will be greeted with a glass of local Belizean wine. After which you will get indulge ... morein 4 Belizean dishes filled with spices in every bite as we explore and enjoy foods from 4 of our major cultures within Belize. We start with a Creole delicacy and one of my childhood favorites, "Boil Up". Boil Up just as the name implies, is a number of boiled local root vegetables, eggs, pigtail and fish covered in a special coconut flavored tomato and onion sauce.
From there we delve into the savory sensations of the Mestizo culture. You will get to indulge in the diverse corn based foods and enjoy Belizeans favorites; salbutes, garnaches and empanadas. Of course we will be having Mayan food as well and since we already had so much corn we're going to have some "Relleno de negro" which is a Mayan specialty also known to locals as "black dina" with coconut white rice. Last but definitely not the least, we discover the authentic flavors of the Garifuna culture where we get to eat some Darasa with coconut curried vegetables and stewed beef. Darasa can be considered the Garifuna version of the Belizean tamales. We end by making our own Belizean sweet treat called "Wangla". This Experience is guaranteed to leave you "Belizeanized!"
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San Ignacio Town
We meet at the Cayo Welcome Center where you get an introduction to Belize and San Ignacio and a glimpse of what life was like before the Welcome center was built. We then take a walk ... moredown Burns avenue also known as the Tourist street, walking up to the Constitution park where we talk about the colonial history of the community in comparison to what we presently see.

We point out major historical buildings and landmarks like the San Ignacio Police Station and the Hawkesworth Bridge which we will also take a walkover as we go to the twin town of Santa Elena. We will make a stop at one of our major tortilla factories where guests get to learn how modern-day corn tortillas are made and the processes and machines being used.

We cross back into San Ignacio town using the low wooden bridge where you get some history of the Macal River that flows beneath it. Our final stop will be the San Ignacio Farmers Market where you get to sample exotic Belizean fruits, learn medicinal values of the foods and herbs available and make your own corn tortilla the traditional Mayan way. We then take you back to the Cayo Welcome Center as we end the tour.
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San Ignacio Town
You will join us at the downtown San Ignacio where we will be hearing the cultural music. We will have a one-hour cultural dance session where you will get to learn to dance to the ... moretraditional Garifuna music also known to the locals as the "national music of Belize" which is called PUNTA. Punta came from the African word "Bunda" which means the movement of your buttocks. :-)
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San Ignacio Town
Take a refreshing dip in the sky-blue pools of this popular local swimming hole in Cristo Rey. Known as both Shower Falls and Monkey Falls to locals, these natural pools get their ... morebeautiful color from a natural spring that then filters the water through sand and sediment, forming the beautiful pool at the bottom. Take a jump from a small cliff above the water, or simply relax in the small pools and waterfalls.
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San Ignacio Town
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Located on a hilltop overlooking the beautiful town of San Ignacio are the Cahal Pech Maya site and the visitor center. So close to the town yet so rich in biodiversity, Cahal Pech ... moreis a unique place to visit. Small as it may seem, "The Place of the Ticks" is a 3,200-year-old Maya City where the architecture of these ancients is visible to the fullest. It's 34 structures include a mix of workplaces, homes, temples, palaces, ball courts, and stelae, one of which is the oldest in the region.
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San Ignacio Town
Our Campfire Storytelling Tour is not only unique but cultural, educational and is suitable for all ages. This tour begins with a short ride of about 15 minutes from our office in ... moreSan Ignacio to Green Acre. Upon arrival, you will head down to the riverbank, where seating will be around a campfire. Belize’s diverse and vibrant cultures have contributed to one of the most unique and interesting mixes of folklore as well as history. As your storyteller gives life to Belizean folktales as well as Belizean History, you will be amazed at how much you will learn about our beautiful Belize through this ancient form of art.
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San Ignacio Town
Our signature river tubing is very unique, relaxing and affordable. We here at Jem Travels & Tours take great pride in creating new activities to showcase Belize. This tour is ... moreonly done by us and is slowly becoming a major hit. It is great for large groups especially. This tour begins at Bullet Tree River, near Paslow Falls and ends at our private property, Green Acre. It is approximately 3-4 hours of tubing. We provide tubes and life jackets, transfers, and guides. We also have tube coolers, that is if you want to have a party on the river! But what makes this tour really unique is that you get to see locals hanging out near the banks of the river and you get to see wildlife in the open such as birds and iguanas. Once you get to Green Acre you have the choice of doing your own picnic or we can provide food for you at a small fee. Whatever you decide, you can hang out at Green Acre for extra time if you like.
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San Ignacio Town
El Pilar is a Mayan Ruin located about 7 miles from Bullet Tree Falls village in Cayo, Belize. Your expert guide will take you to this site, which is surrounded by an abundance of ... morewater sources (“pila” means “water basin” in Spanish). This site is still being excavated, and most structures are in the early stages of excavation. An interesting feature of this site is a causeway which runs along the eastern edge of the site all the way across the border of the country into Guatemala. So far, 12 pyramids and 25 plazas have been discovered at El Pilar. It is believed to have been inhabited from 500 BC to 1000 AD. There are a variety of different residential structures at the sight, including an elite household, and also ceremonial
structures. In addition to 3 archaeological trails, there are also 2 nature trails for you to explore on the site. Your guide would be happy to accompany you on the trails and point out notable plants and wildlife in addition to providing you with more information about the rich Mayan history.
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