Belize City Tours And Cruise Ship Party Shore Excursions

Discover the interesting history and experience the culture of Belize with various tours to Belize City and its many attractions. We offer two distinct tour experiences for Belize Cultural tourists: a gentle, education-packed review of the most important cultural features of Old Belize City; and, a fun-filled guided romp near Belize City touring a rum factory, Belikin Brewery and some of our most interesting river bars with no culture or museums!

All transportation, including pick up and return to your pick up location, entrance fees, taxes and fuel are all included. We can pick you up at the Belize Tourism Village at the Belize Cruise Ship Terminal, at the Municipal or International Airport, or at your resort or hotel. Tour Departure Time are organized to depart according to each individual Cruise Ship Arrival and Departure Time, so don’t worry about missing your plane or ship.

Belize City Cultural Tour

See historic Belize City in comfort and style!

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$60

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This relaxing tour for the less adventurous tourist in Belize City will show you the many historical features of this former British colony, now the major urban center of the small nation of Belize with a total population of about 300,000. You will ride in comfort and safety in our air-conditioned van or mini tour bus guided by a knowledgeable local Belizean guide who can talk about the history and current events of Belize. Be sure to bring your camera as there are dozens of great locations along the way on this tour for capturing your memories on film.

Belize City Tour – Belize City is in fact a bustling, colorful town that features Victorian architecture from the British colonial era. You will have time for sightseeing and shopping.

Museum Of Belize – The Museum of Belize is dedicated to the promotion, documentation, exhibition and understanding of Belize’s cultural heritage and history.

Swing Bridge – The Swing Bridge is found right in the heart of Belize City connecting the Tourism Village area with the city center and government buildings. The only manually operated bridge of its type in the world, the Swing Bridge is a central part of urban Belize.

Baron Bliss Lighthouse – The Lighthouse is what many first time visitors to Belize City arriving by sea will encounter at the shore of Belize City. This also marks the final resting place of the famous benefactor.

Supreme Court Building – Colonial building built in 1926 surrounded by other government buildings and functions. Up until recently, Belize was a colony of Great Britain when they gained their independence on September 21, 1981.

St. John’s Cathedral – Built in 1812, this is the oldest Anglican cathedral in Central America.

Belize City Cultural Half-Day Tour

Details:

  • Offered Twice Daily in morning
    and afternoon.
  • Length: 5 hours
  • Depart: 8:30 am & 1:30 pm
  • Return: 12 Noon & 5 pm
  • Includes: Air-conditioned transportation
    and guide around Belize City, water

Rates

1-3 Pax 4-6 Pax 7+ Pax

$60

$60

$60

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Belize Party All Day Tour

Walk on the wild side with fun all day long

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$75

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Prefer a fun day relaxing and enjoying a party atmosphere in beautiful Belize? The Belize Party All-Day Tour meets you at your hotel or at the Water Taxi and Cruise Ship Terminal where your air-conditioned van awaits you. Be sure to bring your camera as there are dozens of great locations along the way on this tour for capturing your memories on film. Tour will provide a knowledgeable guide and driver to escort you for a full-day of fun and relaxation.

Quick Belize City Highlights – Belize City is in fact a bustling, colorful town that features Victorian architecture from the British colonial era. You will have time for sightseeing and shopping.

Museum Of Belize – We will take a quick drive through the major parts of Belize City, a bustling, colorful town that features Victorian architecture from the British colonial era. Shoot a few pictures, done.

Black Orchid Resort – First stop will be Black Orchid Resort in Burrell Boom where we can enjoy a quick bite to eat while sampling a tropical cocktail, Bloody Mary, or a cup of coffee if you prefer to start slow. The swimming pool and patio bar overlook the Belize River…meet our resident iguanas and plan our day.

Traveler’s Rum Factory – We will tour the first rum factory in Belize and the makers of the famous “One Barrel” rum from local sugar cane. We will sample the deliciously refined taste of fine Belizean rum while relaxing at the outdoor lounge area. You will be guided by a rum making expert who will explain the whole process and let you taste what you see.

Optional Belize Bar Stop – If you have the endurance, we can add a stop to one of several local bars to suit your taste from an upscale river view tavern, to local chill bars, to bars along the Caribbean coastline, it’s your choice and your guide can explain your many options.

Belize Party All Day Tour

Details:

  • Includes: Air-conditioned transportation
    and guide around Belize City, water,
    free advice. Optional drink
  • Depart: 10:30am
  • Return: 4:30pm
  • Length: 6 hours

Rates

1-3 Pax 4-6 Pax 7+ Pax

$75

$65

$60

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Spanish Lookout Community Tour

Visit a modern Mennonite community; great bird watching too

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$75

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his modern Mennonite settlement area is an excellent place for bird watching, as well as an opportunity to witness the unique Mennonite way of life. Mennonites are a Protestant evangelical religious group, which originated in Switzerland and the Netherlands at the time of the Protestant Reformation, among the different groups are the Amish of Pennsylvania and Ohio in the United States. In 1958, the first of two groups of Mennonite settlers left their farms in northern Mexico and made the migration to Belize, then a strange land called British Honduras. The settlers planted corn, beans, and other crops and started raising chickens and dairy cows. Today this community makes a major contribution to the food supply of Belize as well as exports.

In the 1960’s, agriculture made great strides at Spanish Lookout. Unlike the more traditional Amish settlement at Barton Creek that does not use mechanized technology; the Spanish Lookout Mennonites brought old, inexpensive machinery to use on the fields. Their economy improved rapidly, and now there are paved roads, feed mills, a dairy, huge stretch of farmland and modern machinery. Spanish Lookout now provides a large portion of the food in the country.

Spanish Lookout is accessed by a beautiful drive through rolling hills. Several different habitats it in the area makes it a favorable birding destination. The area consists of savannah, open farmland, and subtropical forest around the lake. In the open land and pastures it is easy to find Vermillion Flycatchers, Fork-Tailed Flycatchers, Yellow-Rumped Warblers, White-Tailed Kites, Laughing Falcons, Eastern Meadowlarks and Northern Rough-Wings Swallows.

Spanish Lookout Birdwatching – Mennonite Area Tour

Details:

  • Includes: Air-conditioned transportation,
    entrance fees, water and lunch.
  • Depart: 8:00am
  • Return: 2:00pm
  • Length: 6 hours

Rates

1-3 Pax 4-6 Pax 7+ Pax

$60

$55

$50

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Aguacate Lagoon Reserve Tour

Beautiful natural area packed with birds and wildlife

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$75

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Aguacate Lagoon is located near the Mennonite community of Spanish Lookout. We encounter many different habitats on this trip, such as savannah, open farmland, and subtropical forest around the lake. Bird watching: In the open land and pastures it is easy to find vermillion flycatchers, fork-tailed flycatchers, yellow-rumped warblers, White-tailed kites, Laughing Falcons, Eastern Meadowlarks and Northern rough-wings Swallows

Aguacate Lagoon Reserve is located about 20 minutes beyond the community, and provides a birdwatcher’s paradise. In the forest around the lake common sighting may include jacamars, trogons, Puff-birds, guans, Great Curassows and a variety of hawks and falcons. The lake itself attracts water birds such as the Black-bellied Whistling Ducks, Night Herons, Anhingas and Neotropic Cormmorants.

Aguacate Lagoon Birdwatching Tour

Details:

  • Includes: Air-conditioned transportation,
    entrance fees, water and lunch.
  • Depart: 8:00am
  • Return: 2:00pm
  • Length: 6 hours

Rates

1-3 Pax 4-6 Pax 7+ Pax

$60

$55

$50

All prices are in US Dollars and per person.

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