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Taste Belize Tours

Placencia Village, Placencia, Belize
+501 664-8699
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Chocolate nirvana with natural Beauty!

Such a cool tour. Chocolate tour combo'd with a river tubing and surprise hot spring find... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Upperlynnj
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North Vancouver, Canada
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If you only have time for one land tour, this is it!

Visited Indian Creek Village (primary school and Mayan Women's Cooperative). We had fabulous... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Millie7979
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Calgary, Canada
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Award winning food and culture focused tours and classes for visitors looking for a different vacation experience. Home of the original chocolate tour out of Placencia, Belize. Lyra, guide, food anthropologist and organic farmer, helps you embrace Belize with all five senses. Explore our diverse food and distinct cultures in a beautiful natural environment. You haven't experienced our country until you Taste Belize! Belizean owned and operated.
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“spice farm” (44 reviews)
“chocolate tour” (28 reviews)
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Placencia Village, Placencia, Belize
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+501 664-8699
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Such a cool tour. Chocolate tour combo'd with a river tubing and surprise hot spring find adventure. The tour was exceptional because of the hosts Lyra and Peter. Together they are the happiest and grateful people who love their country and are proud to share...More

Thank Upperlynnj
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Visited Indian Creek Village (primary school and Mayan Women's Cooperative). We had fabulous demonstrations and some hands on experience with blackstrap loom weaving and weaving baskets from jippy jappa grass. Plus had a fabulous lunch of local specialities.. we were a group of friends interrelated...More

Thank Millie7979
Reviewed 4 November 2017 via mobile

For the absolute best day to satisfy all of your senses, book the combination Chocolate Tour and San Antonio Waterfall tour with Lyra and Peter...Dr Lyra possesses an encyclopedic knowledge of food and especially Belizean food anthropology, along with an impressive understanding of all the...More

Thank ViaggiareilMondoSTL
Reviewed 1 November 2017

This review is LOOONG overdue. I'd been meaning to write it forever, and only now that I have finished the last of the bitters I purchased from part of it - I've gathered the singular purpose to write my first tripadvisor review. Lyra was incredibly...More

Thank rafaelg0nzalez
Reviewed 25 October 2017 via mobile

My husband and I always look for ways to learn more about the local area when we are on vacation. What better way to do this than join a local in their home and experience a cooking class. Lyra from Taste Belize was super responsive...More

Thank 4badpalms
Reviewed 26 September 2017 via mobile

We did an all day tour to Punta Gorda and Ixcacao Belizean Chocolate farm. The tour was amazing!! Lyra and Peter were great guides. Lyra is so full of information!! We learned how they make their chocolate from the very first step and got make...More

Thank Howard M
Reviewed 21 September 2017

My husband and I recently enjoyed the Mayan ruins, Ixcacao chocolate, and spice farm tour on our honeymoon. It was such a fun day learning about history and getting hands on making chocolate and trying spices straight from the farm. Going in September, it was...More

Thank Le_Chef_Sucre
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

Had a great experience. Our tour guide, Elroy, was fantastic. We learned so much about Belize culture and history from him throughout the trip. First with learning about different plants and vegetables safe to eat. Then with an awesome drum class followed by eating food...More

Thank Errol L
Reviewed 4 September 2017 via mobile

Wow the words are hard to find for describing the incredible experience we had! We begin the tour with a Kriol culinery experience. We visited Emith Young. A very nice guy and an awesome drummer. We learn a lot on plants, trees, fruits and spices....More

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Reviewed 12 August 2017

We did the Ixcacao chocolate tour along with the jungle waterfall & I would say that it would be a crime to come to Belize & not learn from Juan about chocolate! I came with 3 18 yr old girls that just graduated high school...More

Thank pambo71
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Illini_8
10 February 2017|
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Response from Lyra S | Property representative |
Hi Tim, we do door to door pick up and drop off on Placencia Peninsula as part of our tour service for all our mainland tours. We can definitely pick you up at either resort!
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