What to visit in Belize this summer
11.06.2024 Belize Cayo District   16
What to visit in Belize this summer

With countless holidays happening in June and July, there are plenty of places to visit in Belize during the summer. The country comes alive with various events showcasing its cultural, musical and culinary diversity. Here are some must-see festivals and places to visit in Belize this summer!

Belmopan, Cayo

At Made in Belize, held at the National Agricultural and trade fair in Belmopan, attended by about 100 suppliers. From mom-and-pop shops to micro and small businesses, it's the perfect introduction to the innovative spirit and craftsmanship that define Belizean entrepreneurship.

San Antonio Village, Cayo

For those interested in cultural heritage, Another Beautiful Day in San Antonio is a community festival dedicated to the preservation of Yucatecan Mayan culture. It includes cultural presentations, interactive displays and mouth-watering Mayan cuisine. It's a wonderful Mayan holiday!

Benque Viejo del Carmen, Cayo

Visit the westernmost city to join in the celebration of its patron saint, Our Lady of Mount Carmel , at the Benke Fiesta. The event is jam-packed with activities, vendors and presentations, allowing families to enjoy the festivities.

San Pedro Town, Ambergris Caye

Take a water taxi or fly over turquoise waters to La Isla Bonita to see one of the most anticipated events on the island - the San Pedro Lobster Festival. Enjoy two weeks, from July 1st to 12th, with plenty of lobster events, parties and special offers! 

Belize International Music and Food Festival (BIMFF)

It’s time to “get to the beat” of the country’s most popular extravaganza, the Belize International Music and Food Festival. Stellar performances and mouth-watering cuisine attract locals and visitors to the island for two energetic days! Buy your BIMFF 3.0 tickets to see the action on July 27 and 28, 2024 at Saca Chispas Field.

Hopkins Village, Stann Creek

Celebrating mango season, Hopkins turns into a bustling family event with competitions, live performances and vendors offering mango-inspired drinks and treats. From mango eating contests to mango barbecues and mango smoothies, this is a tropical fruit highlight you won't want to miss!

Placencia Village, Stann Creek

Placencia Point becomes the epitome of fun in the sun during the Placencia Lobster Festival! Stroll along the beach to check out the various food, drink, art and small business shops as the bright colors and enticing aromas activate your senses. 

Source: travelbelize

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