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Highlights included the fish in a traditional Mayan red sauce, lighter-than-air fry jacks, the freshest most flavorful ceviche, a perfect flan, tasty rum creams, and oh those paletas -- such a perfect, simple refr...
We really love food tours and have enjoyed some amazing ones in larger cities such as Phnom Penh, Tel Aviv, Istanbul and Barcelona, but the Belize Food Tour surpassed our expectations and turned out to be one of o...
super knowledgeable about Belize history - we spent the morning with the Coc’s Family learning about Mayan food and culture- Gracious and welcoming hosts and DELICIOUS food, all produced right from their jungle ba...
We learned all about how cacao is grown, harvested, and transformed into chocolate, indulged in genuine hot cocoa and samples of several kinds of dark chocolate bars, then ate an amazing farm-to-table lunch that i...
You learn every step of the process from the ripe fruits through the processing of the beans, Then the guides show you how the Mayans grind the roasted beans in gorgeous lava mortars to a smooth and silky chocolat...
This is a hands-on demonstration of the step-by step process by which the cacao bean is converted into the traditional cacao drink (which is delicious), and ready for to be manufactured into the chocolate we are f...
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Fantastic experience; a very fun and well organized program, learning to cook Belizean food in the very clean kitchen instructed by charming teachers, and eating the delicious food we made, all the while being ser...
It was a very fun and memorable experience thanks to our hosts and the other couple ... We laughed a lot and learned a lot too during our cooking lesson, sampled different Belizean wines and rum punch and then enj...

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From the Spice Farm to Blue Creek Cave, to Nim Li Punit Mayan Ruins we experienced such a variety of exceptional experiences throughout the region and really gained an insight into Belizean culture.
Nice type of activities (butterfly farm, earth house, chocolate farm, drumming and cooking class, maya ruins,...) you can book with these experts in the region, which is much underrated!
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Captain Jacob and Chris were very patient and took their time to educate us with everything we had seen, from marine life to the Belizean culture.
Jacob made sure she had a great time snorkeling and we all got to see a manatee, sea turtles, and nurse sharks!
We did the Taste Bud Explosion Food Tasting City Tour from Belize City; there were multiple stops to taste different flavours, including a rum tasting.
After the zoo, we had lunch at The Roadhouse, and the food here was amazing.
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Well organized, available given same day notice, knowledgeable, efficient time management, all included tours (transportation, guided tours, lunch and even rum and punch!).
This tour company was affordable and the guides were cool, fun, AND knowledgeable about belizean culture, history and customs.
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Yesenia was so knowledgable about Maya cooking and we loved every minute of our experience with her and her family, learning how to make corn tortillas, tamales, Maya soup, and Maya chocolate from scratch.
... with Yesenia and Alden in their Mayan kitchen (built from the ground up by Alden) learning about medicinal plants used by the Mayans and trying our hands at making some delicious authentic and traditional foods.
We drummed with Boom-Boom, harvested casava, processed coconut from the tree to milk, and cooked a fabulous meal that included fish straight out of the lagoon.The island is idyllic and the cabins rustic, but very...
... baskets for shopping, etc), and made hudut with deep sea red snapper, coconut milk broth with herbs (pulled from the garden), and smashed plantains (a combination of green and yellow) which was my favorite part!
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Some of these are a bit pricey, but stop in for an amazing chocolate chip cookie, cacao-dusted cacao beans, and other souvenir treats.
Local chocolate, rich and dark....try the little chocolate cheesecake.
We love spicy food and are collector of hot sauces so when we found out we were staying down the road (at Bocawina Rainforest Resort, HIGHLY recommend) we knew we would make a stop here.
Tour guide was very informative, and she let me sample about 30 different hot sauces and jams before I picked up a few things at the gift shop.
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It was a great chance to see how the rum is made and then we had sampled various different rums for just $1 and then we bought a special rum with cream mixed together.
There's a small museum which gives the history of rum making in Belize.
It will be a great opportunity for local food lovers to know authentic Belizean Mom's home cooking !
After we cooked the family joined us for lunch - we made a large amount of food - which added to the cultural experience we had.
We went snorkeling, swam with stingrays and nurse sharks, visited the most beautiful beaches,and caught and grilled fresh lobster.
They were very knowledgeable and cooked some amazing chicken and lobster.