City Tours

Belize City | Belize

Belize City, Belize offers old world charm. Locals refer to Belize City as just "Belize", which often confuses new travelers.

The city proper has an old world colonial feel to it. You see painted wrought iron railings, archways and everything is just a bit tattered but with a fresh coat of paint.

Colorfully painted caricature looking shops.
Courthouse with arched construction and lacey ironwork railing on its balcony.
Boats in the marina
Flag sign saying Rasta Connection with a map of Africa in red, green and gold
Rasts in front of his shop in Belize City
Beer truck with a caribbean sceen says Belikin, perfect!

Dangriga Belize

"The beauty of Dangriga is in its authenticity."

Along the southern coast of Belize you will find the vibrant Garifuna town of Dangriga. This rustic city is the jumping off point to Tobacco Caye and other ocean playgrounds off shore and is where Punta Rock music was fused. Given some time, you can easily attune yourself to the rhythms of this laid back cultural city.

Dangriga boasts a vibrant local market well stocked with anything anyone could need.

Tarp covered stand with colorful hammocks displayed in Dangriga belize, home of
Vendor proudly shows his hammock display
Two round drums without tops
Folk painting of Garifuna coming ashore in small boats
Multiple drums sit above a pedestal, home of punta rock
Garifuna man smiles
Balcony with ornate railing, sign says Mac's
Two smiling women.
Small boat filled with Garifuna celebrators.
Polical signs line the fence.