PANORAMIC TOUR OF BELIZE CITY
Sightseeing, Cultural, Drink included
A comfortable and interesting coach tour of Belize City which enables us to see the city’s main attractions and learn about the key stages in the country’s history.
What we will see
- Panoramic Tour
- Colonial Architecture
- St. John's Cathedral, Baron Bliss Lighthouse
What we will do
- Belize (a former British colony, known by the name of British Honduras) is a Central American state which overlooks the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Honduras; it borders with Mexico in the north and Guatemala to the south and west. Belize City has a population of 70,000 and is the main city and port of the country. Formerly it was also the capital city until 1970 when Belmopan became the capital following the destruction of Belize City in 1961 by Hurricane Hattie. During the comfortable panoramic coach tour we have the opportunity to see the most interesting parts of the city. We take a journey back in time, to the era of the Baymen the old English and Spanish adventurers who arrived here in the 17th century, and their battles for the domination of the colony which finally fell into English hands.
- The combination of old colonial wooden houses, modern concrete buildings and narrow alleys give the city an undeniable charm. We see various places of interest on our tour including St. John's Cathedral the oldest Anglican cathedral in Central America (external visit) and the famous Baron Bliss Lighthouse.
What you need to know
- We recommend that you book early because only a limited number of places are available.
- This excursion does not include a guide. Information will be provided in English.
- Given the large number of excursions and vehicles, we cannot guarantee that a member of the ship’s crew will be available to assist you in your language.
- There will be a 15-20 minute boat transfer from where the ship is anchored to the pier in Belize City from where the vehicles depart.
- Minors under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
- We recommend bringing cash with you to purchase items as not all stores accept credit cards.