Culinary & Culture Tour
Champagne Island, Belize
Requires 10 or more guests in order to book this tour
Learn about our bush medicine and their health benefits. Smell the scent of fresh grown organic fruits as you venture through our plantains, banana and coconut walk. As the loggers did in the 18th Century, see some identified hardwood trees that were shipped to England to make fine furniture. Explore the Mangrove ecosystem on our 400 feet plus of pimento boardwalk. Birders, naturalists, and general eco-tourists can lavish in bird paradise.
Passenger Pick-Up in Placencia Municipal Pier - 10:00am
Welcome to Champagne Island
Complimentary Island Drink Provided, Restroom Available
Lagoon and Island Sightseeing while in Route from Placencia Municipal Pier to Champagne Island
During your Ride to the Island you will Learn the brief History of the Lagoon and it’s Sea Creatures, Our Guide will educate you while you soak in the Beauty of it all, Learn about the Marine Life, if we’re lucky you might see a Manatee, Dolphin, Stingray or Sea Turtle.
The Mayan Experience
Experience the Indigenous Mayans and learn about their History. See how they Lived, Worked and ate, Participate in the preparation of an Authentic Mayan Local dish In Our Open Firehart Kitchen.
Go Back in time and Experience the way the Indigenous Mayans and Garifuna’s lived in a replica of their thatched Homes. Learn their Culinary and Culture.
Coconut & Fruit Presentation
So you think you know Nuts, Coconut is not a Fruit or seed, Coconuts are used for Food Recipes, Body Oils and Scents.
Drop Off in Harvest Caye - 1:45pm
Belize (501) 629-9979 | U.S. (855) 208-5317
Champagne Island, Originally known as Buena Vista, was a given Name well known by the Local African Garifuna Settlers, It was founded by Pablo Valerio in the 1940's.
Placencia Village, Stann Creek District, Belize, Central America
Belize (501) 629-9979
TOLL FREE: (855) 208-5317
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