Group ID: 140627
Your Tour Manager will be assigned as the date of your tour approaches. Check here again for a little background on your Tour Manager.
This is a preliminary itinerary for your group.
$1,087/MONTH USING AN AUTOMATIC PAYMENT PLANCost breakdown
|Total Group Fees 1:
1 Valid through 2/17/19 with deposit of $495
Additional Fees (as applicable)
|Single Room Supplement:||$570|
|Double Room Supplement:||$270|
|Ultimate Protection Plan:||$210|
|Comprehensive Protection Plan:||$175|
Full Payment Deadline: 2/17/19
Go Tees, 6238 Park Avenue
In business for over 15 years, Go Tees is a one-of-a-kind t-shirt shop. They specialize in hand-painted and screen printed designs, many which depict the Belizean countryside. In addition, you'll also find carved wooden items, hammocks and other textiles in their shop. This is definitely the place to pick up a unique souvenir.
The National Handicraft Center, 3 Fort Street
Opened by the Belizean Chamber of Commerce, this large shop allows local artisans to come together and sell their goods under one roof. Many of the sellers feature black coral jewelry, carved mahogany bowls, slate carvings and even bottled herbs and vinegars. The building is air-conditioned and right around the corner from the Radisson Hotel.
Image Factory Shop and Gallery, 91 N Front Street
Another shop created by the Belizean government is the Image Factory Shop. In 1995, the Government Art and Culture Institute establish this shop as a non-profit organization to feature the best Belizean authors and poets. In addition to their works, you'll also find the latest local magazines and also literary journals.
Government House & House of Culture, Regent Street
Built in the early 1800s, this historic building was the offices and living quarters of the first colonial governors of Belize. Now a center of art and culture, everything has been converted into a museum with rotating exhibits and events happening during the year.
Museum of Belize, Gaol Lane
Since the mid-1800s, this brick structure had been the city's prison facility. But now the building has been transformed into a museum tracing the history of Belize back through the past 3,000 years. Included in the displays are exhibits about Mayan history and pottery, and also a collection of 150 years of stamps.
The Maritime and Coastal Zone Museums, North Front Street
A city on the coast wouldn't be without museums dedicated to the sea. Both museums are located in a former fire station and one ticket buys admission to both. The Maritime Museum documents the seafaring history of Belize with model boats, paintings, archives and other artifacts. The Coastal Zone Museum focuses on the ecology of the local coral reefs.
A small beautiful island off the coast of Belize, surrounded by a beautiful barrier reef. It is easy to snorkel in these crystal clear waters, but the best experience is SCUBA diving. There are many places along the coast where you can rent equipment and take lessons.
Altun Ha Maya Ruins, Maskall Village
The center of Mayan trade from 250 to 900 AD, the remains of Altun Ha have feature almost 500 unique buildings. The Temple of the Sun God and the Temple of the Green Tomb are two of the most spectacular views. In addition, the Jade Head, the largest jade sculpture ever found, was discovered at Altun Ha. Take your time and explore by yourself, or join a group and follow a guide. The site is only 30 miles from Belize City and covers an area of 5 square miles.
Spanish Lookout Caye
Just 10 miles east of Belize City sits this 187 acre mangrove island. If you are interested in kayaking, snorkeling, or simply lounging on the beach, this is truly a wonderful location. While diving you will have the opportunity to see dolphins, manatees, sea horses and lobsters.
Smokey Mermaid, 13 Cork Street
Located in The Great House, in the heart of Belize City, this restaurant has multiple dining areas, bars, and a great selection of food.
Jam-Bel Jerk Pit, 2 B King Street
If you're looking for something with flavor, this is the place to go. The Jam-Bel Jerk Pit serves Jamaican-Belizean dishes like jerk chicken and rice and beans; all loaded with hot sauce. The atmosphere is totally casual, with a reggae themed environment.
King Street Café, 13 King Street
A great place for coffee in the mornings and hang out in the afternoons, this café serves Belizean expresso, ice creams, and inexpensive breakfasts. The King Street Café is popular with locals and students alike.
TripStream is all about you—the traveler. Show the world your adventures abroad by posting your photos & videos alongside travelers from all over the US.Visit Now