Belize City Tour and Rum Factory

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on this drive by sightseeing historic tour of Belize city. we will see the memorial tomb and lighthouse of our benefactor, the colonial houses, the memorial park, banks, churches, clinics, pharmacy, hospitals, schools and businesses. the vehicle will go slowly thru the streets as we look at the historic city, houses, flowering plants, birds and people. the informative guide will share information on the cultures and history of the colonial city and its people. a quick stop at the pharmacy upon request, a stop will be at the rum factory and old rum museum, when opened (rum place is closed on weekends and a few Belize holidays). here we continue to the port terminals.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: V.i.V.

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Baron Bliss Lighthouse

On-board the minibus the guide shares the history and culture of Belize City. How geological events, natural forces, slavery, emancipation, colonialism, world wars, sugar, timber, chicle, rum and Independence is shaping this little city. Showing the highlights of our colonial past and stopping along the route for photo moments of the BELIZE sign, the Baron Bliss Lighthouse.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Swing Bridge

slow drive past the swing bridge

Pass By: Memorial Park

see the Memorial Park, honoring veterans of the World Wars

Pass By: Belize City

see the city of Belize

Stop At: The Belize Sign Monument

stop, take a photo

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By:

see the downtown commerce area

Stop At:

NOTICE *stop and visit the Belize Rum Factory and museum, see antique rum bottles, visit the onsite rum tasting 2 shots for a dollar, take the opportunity to purchase Belize Rum .!!! ***please note that we only skip this Stop if the Rum Factory / gift shop is closed to the Public*** this may happen on holidays and weekends****.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: St John's Cathedral

Built in 1812 from Ballast stones brought on slave ship from England
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