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Belize City Sightseeing Tour

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Cruise Friendly
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Photo Adventure
Full of photo oportunities
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Private Transportation
Explore the city in an A/C van
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Family Friendly
Perfect for all ages
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Description

Belize is a fascinating country, and its capital city, Belize City, is one of a kind.

On this Belize City sightseeing tour, you’ll get to explore all the highlights of the city, learn about its British historical roots, and admire its picturesque buildings, many of which were built in the Colonial style.

Belize City is home to around 60,000 residents who are known for their friendly and welcoming attitude. And, as you explore the various neighborhoods of their city by comfortable air-conditioned van, you’ll get a feel for Belizean culture in its many guises. Visit the oldest Anglican Church in the whole region, with its brown brick facade and mahogany-lined interior. See the famous Belize City lighthouse, painted in distinctive white and red. The swing bridge in Belize City - one of the few in the world to still work - connects the north and south side of the city. Learn how it was once used twice a day to let fishermen in to sell their catch but is now operated only on special occasions.

You’ll have plenty of time to take photos during this Belize City tour, and your guide will be happy to answer any questions you may have. You’ll return to your starting point with a much greater understanding of both this coastal capital city and the country of Belize as a whole.


What's Included

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Round-trip Transport w/ AC
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Local Guide
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Bottled Water
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City Tour Entrance Fee
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Taxes
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Food
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Optional Gratuities
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