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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.
Departs From:
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
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
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
Cahal Pech, which means “Place of the Ticks”, in the Mayan language, sits atop a steep hill that overlooks the twin towns of San Ignacio and Santa Elena. Your guide will tell you more ... moreabout this site, which is believed to have been first settled around 1200 BC. From the structures of the site, you can see that its inhabitants were rather sophisticated people. They built circular platforms used for ceremonial purposes, housing structures that resemble modern houses, and a ball court, which are all in amazing condition after thousands of years. Come explore these ruins and let your guide tell you more about the people who lived at Cahal Pech created art and traded communicated with their neighbors in the nearby cities of Xunantunich, El Pilar, and others.
Climb the second largest Mayan temple in Belize “El Castillo” standing at 137ft off the ground and take in the exciting view off all the other temples that sits below it. Let your ... moreguide explain the meaning of the stacco decoration displaying the Sun God flanked by signs of the moon, venus and different days located on the side of El Castillo. This adventure is followed by a drive through one of the most beautiful parts of Belize as you make your way to the cave tubing site, after a delicious Belizean lunch of course! A small hike through the rainforest will take you to a beautiful lazy river where your relaxing cave tubing adventure will begin. Relax as your guide takes through a sacred cave system then on to an open river where the kiss of the sun will simply complete your day as it comes to an end.
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Belize City
Take a Day Trip from San Pedro, Ambergris Caye to ride ATVs through winding muddy trails in the jungle. Then paddle through the Mayan Underworld exploring Sacred Caves.
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San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
Settled in 1200 B.C. and abandoned around 850 A.D., Cahal Pech is one of the earliest Mayan sites in Belize and was once the palatial home of an elite Mayan family.... more

Your journey to this incredible site begins as you are picked up by your expert tour guide at your Belize City Hotel, Municipal Airstrip or the Belize Cruise Port for a drive into Belize City. Take a few minutes to marvel at the colonial architecture and city highlights, then pass small farms and charming Creole villages as you make your way to Cahal Pech. Upon arrival, your Belize tour guides will lead you through the myriad of courtyards, temples, and residential buildings that make up the Cahal Pech compound.

This site contains an impressive 34 buildings, including a structure that is 23.5m (77 ft) high. Gaze up at a monument that was the earliest carved stelae discovered in this area of the Mayan lowlands. Don't leave the site before climbing up one of the temples for beautiful, panoramic views of the compound, as well as the city of San Ignacio in the distance. Conclude your Belize excursion by browsing Mayan artifacts and Belizean collectibles and pick up a souvenir or two before your return back to your Hotel, Airstrip or Cruise Port. Throughout this tour, you will learn the rich history of the Mayas and cultural diversity of Belize.

This tour is a must-do for history buffs and those who are fascinated by Mayan culture. Reserve your spot for this popular tour today.
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Belize City