Belize City & Rum Factory
More about this tour
Belize City was the official Capital of our country up until 1961 when it was devastated by hurricane Hattie, which then a new capital was built further inland towards the west known to today as Belmopan. However today Belize City is still the largest and most populated part of the country and is still considered our commercial capital. The city itself is below sea level, and was once a great mahogany camp/ settlement in the 17th and 18th century when we were still under British rule. It is also the main port of entry for most guest visiting the country and has a population of approximately eighty thousand people and a land mass or around 5 square miles.
While Traveling through the city, we will be stopping at several land marks, historical Areas and Buildings such as: The Belize Sign, The famous Baron Bliss Light House where one of Belize’s greatest benefactor is laid to rest, The Memorial Park which severs as a reminder for those lost in Battle at world war one and two and the battle of St. George’s Caye, The Central Bank and Museum of Belize which was built from bricks that were brought over in to the country as ballast back in the mahogany era, The BTL Park where the Famous Cornel Charles Limburg Landed the Spirit of St. Louis. The Marion Jones Sporting Complex, the St. John’s Cathedral, The Supreme Court, and the famous Belize Swing Bridge to name a few stops along the way.
This tour will also take us to the Famous Rum factory also known as the One Barrel Rum Factory. Here you will get the chance to sample and try some of Belize’s top rums and wines. So come and let us share our country’s beauty with you and Let our exciting Belizean style city tour be the highlight of your day.
- Belize City Tour
- Rum Factory