dangriga
Dangriga Town
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With a population of some 11,600 people, the vibrant Garifuna culture of Dangriga remains a unified community, offering visitors the opportunity to join in cultural dances, musical drumming, and exotic foodie-indulgences!

While you're here, discover the preserved forests, marine tours, and annual traditions, such as the November 19th re-enactment of the 1800s Garifuna ancestors' arrival on Belize’s shores. 

suggestions/highlights
  • Culture Capital.
  • Be sure to visit Why Not Island.
  • Be sure to stop at the Drum Of our Father Monument.
  • Dangriga for the festivities that include a re-enactment of the historic Garifuna landing.

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