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Take a stunning guided tour at night when the air is cool and the jungle comes alive with the sounds of jaguars, bats, and howler monkeys. Take a hike to a small mountaintop where ... moreyou will get a breathtaking view of the stars and constellations and marvel in the mystery that is the jungle at night. An unforgettable experience!
What to bring:
-packed breakfast and/or lunch
-bottled water and/or snacks

What to wear:
-comfortable clothing and hiking/running shoes
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Meet a local artist who practices the ancient art of Mayan pottery and ceramic making. He or she will demonstrate the process of ceramics making, from shaping the clay to baking it. ... moreThe Mayan people found natural pigments to make their beautiful, handmade pottery colorful. Learning how the process of ceramic making changed and developed throughout the periods, and how it is still practiced today. The local artist will even let you try your hand at making your own beautiful pottery- come take this fun and interactive class and come home with your own handmade souvenir!
What to bring:
-packed breakfast and/or lunch
-bottled water and/or snacks

What to wear:
-comfortable clothing and hiking/running shoes
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
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Enjoy this interesting history tour of the Mayan people of Belize, from the country’s earliest inhabitants, all the way up to the modern-day Mayan people. As your guide leads you through ... morethe Mayan caves where the Mayan people used to dwell, you will learn more about the glyphs and carvings on the caves, and how the network of caves is connected to the ancient Mayan cities. Also learn about the three distinct Mayan people groups- the Mopan, Yucatec, and Kekchi, who each speak their own language. Your guide will introduce you to local Maya people who still speak these languages and you will get to learn some Mayan words. You will also learn more about the Mayan calendar, Mayan gods, and Mayan traditions and rituals. Learn about the sacred copal and other herbs used in Mayan healing and Mayan rituals and traditions that took place in the caves, which the Mayan people were entrances to Xibalba, or the underworld. Learn about the sacred copal and other herbs used in Mayan healing and Mayan rituals and traditions that took place in the caves, which the Mayan people were entrances to Xibalba, or the underworld. Learn more about other Mayan legends and superstitions on this fantastic tour.
What to bring:
-packed breakfast and/or lunch
-bottled water and/or snacks

What to wear:
-comfortable clothing and hiking/running shoes
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Take a guided tour that will immerse you in the culture of some of the earliest tradespeople in Belize. Learn about traditional Mayan crafts such as slate carving, bead making, and ... morepottery. These trades are still practiced today, and there are several local people who will be eager to tell you more about their craft. Your guide will give you a history of the chicleros- the workers who extracted chicle from the sapodilla trees by hand. Learn about the process of tapping the trees for chicle, which was used for chewing gum, dental supplies, and surgical tape. Your guide will take you to the statue of the chiclero, located in Benque Viejo del Carmen, which is dedicated to these hard-working people. Lastly, you will learn about the woodcutters of Belize. The early woodcutters were known as Baymen, and logging was a huge industry in Belize. During the 1700s and 1800s, Baymen exported thousands of tons of logwood back to England. Enjoy this informative and interesting tour describing some of Belize’s earliest industries.
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Gold Certified:
No
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Learn more about this unique people group in Belize, who first arrived in Belize nearly 200 years ago. The Garifuna people still sometimes wear traditional ethnic clothing of yellow, ... moreblack and white, and have their own flag of the same colors. Garifuna Settlement Day on November 19th is a nationally recognized day to commemorate when the Garifuna people first settled in Belize in what is now Dangriga Town on November 19th, 1823. If you’re in town during this holiday, your guide will take you to the re-enactment of when the Garifuna people first arrived on the shores of Belize. Locals in Dangriga dress up in traditional clothing and paddle in dug-out canoes as part of the re-enactment. Stick around for the fantastic street festival and parade with dancing, drumming and punta music. Try some tasty Garifuna dishes such as Hudut (fish cooked in coconut milk), fried plantains, and cassava dishes. If you visit Belize during another part of the year, your guide will still take you to Dangriga Town where you can visit the Drums of Our Father's monument, dedicated to the Garifuna culture. You can also stop in at the Lebeha Drumming Center in the nearby village of Hopkins. There you can watch, listen, and participate in cultural dances and learn how to play the Garifuna drums. The whole family will love this tour!
What to bring:
-packed breakfast and/or lunch
-bottled water and/or snacks

What to wear:
-comfortable clothing and hiking/running shoes
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Hey gyals and buays (girls and boys), grab your pickney (children) and enjoy a cultural tour of the Creole culture in Belize. Your guide can teach you more Kriol words and phrases ... moreas you explore the city and surrounding areas. Your guide will let you sample some traditional Creole dishes such as boil up (boiled egg and potato with pigtail or fish), cowfoot soup (tripe and veggies in a beef broth), or a variety of fish dishes. For a great breakfast, try johnny cakes or fry jacks, and for dessert, try powder bun or bread pudding. Listen to some traditional Creole brukdown or punta music and see some elaborate, colorful costumes that are used for Carnival and other Creole festivals. A great and fun learning experience!
What to bring:
-packed breakfast and/or lunch
-bottled water and/or snacks

What to wear:
-comfortable clothing and hiking/running shoes
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Enjoy a beautiful scenic tour of the hilly green Mennonite community where you will see rich farmland with dairy cows, chickens, goats, and horses. You will also see traditional Mennonite ... morepeople, dressed in traditional clothing and using horses and buggies. These people also often speak a German dialect. The Mennonite community is known for its delicious meats and cheeses, and hand-picked organic fruits and veggies. Stop at one of their fruits and vegetable stands to see their bounty and stock up on some healthy produce.
What to bring:
-packed breakfast and/or lunch
-bottled water and/or snacks

What to wear:
-comfortable clothing and hiking/running shoes
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Take this guided tour of the culturally-rich Mayan village of San Antonio, Belize in the Cayo District. Nestled in a beautiful valley, this village is about a 20-minute drive from ... morethe heart of San Ignacio. Stop in to see the Garcia Sisters, locally renowned Mayan Shamans/healers, who have a small art gallery selling beautiful handmade arts such as pottery, slate carvings, jewelry and more. You may also arrange a Mayan massage with the Garcia sisters which features the ancient practice of cupping to improve blood flow and remove toxins from your body, or arrange for a Mayan blessing, completed with smudging, or burning incense of copal and other herbs that the Maya people consider sacred. The Garcia Sisters also have a vast knowledge of herbs used in for healing and Mayan cooking. Take a drive through the beautiful Elijio Panti National Park, which was established to honor their ancestor, the late Elijio Panti, a famous Mayan shaman, and healer. Your guide can also take you to the lesser-known Pacbitun Mayan ruin, which is still being excavated. 
What to bring:
-packed breakfast and/or lunch
-bottled water and/or snacks

What to wear:
-comfortable clothing and hiking/running shoes
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
(back at BIB) –Rent a canoe or kayak from Purple Mayan tour company near the Better in Belize Eco-community and paddle your way across the man-made Vaca Lake. See the Vaca Dam and ... morestunning views of the surrounding rainforests and mountains. Stop and explore several waterfalls along the lake and take a refreshing tip in the cool waters of the natural waters. This is a fun adventure- crocodiles, howler monkeys, snakes, and a variety of birds are commonly spotted on this tour.
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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.
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
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