Firstly, the district of Stann Creek and Toledo are Belize’s version of the “wild west”. Teeming with opportunities to experience the authenticity of Afro-Caribbean and Maya culture, the southern districts are also the most untouched and pristine of them all. Travel back to a time where living off the land was the only way of life and where the magic of nature prevails.
Dangriga, Hopkins, and Placencia are the hubs of Stan Creek, while Punta Gorda is the capital of Toledo.
Also, If you find yourself “down South” be sure to visit:
- The Gulisi Garifuna Museum
- Warasa Garifuna Drum School
- The cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary
- Tobacco Caye
- Bocawina National Park
- Laughing Bird Caye National Park
- Rio Blanco National Park
- Maya House of Cacao
- Nim Li Punit and Lubaantun Archaeological Sites
- Lastly, Southwater Caye