Belize City, Belize
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Overview

Savor the flavors of the Caribbean with a shore excursion to the Traveller’s Liquors Heritage Center Museum in Belize, home of the popular 1-Barrel Rum. Discover the history of rum, from high seas buccaneers to 1920s rumrunners, and learn how the golden spirit is made, aged, and bottled. Taste for yourself why rum is perfectly suited for the tropics with a sampling of different flavors and vintages.
  • Shore excursion to the Traveller's Liquor Ltd. distillery and museum from Belize City port
  • See where the popular 1-Barrel rum is produced
  • Discover the history of rum-making in the Caribbean
  • Includes admission to the Traveller’s Liquors Heritage Center Museum
  • Taste different varieties of Belizean rum
  • Port pickup and drop-off included
After pickup at the Belize City cruise port, travel through the scenic countryside on the way to the Traveller’s Liquors Ltd. distillery. Along the way, get an overview of Belizean history from your driver and guide, and learn about the young nation's unique mix of Spanish, Mayan, African, British, and Scottish cultural heritage.
At the distillery, visit the on-site Traveller’s Heritage Center Museum for a look at rum-making history. Follow the journey of the sweet, spicy liquor from the days of swashbuckling pirates on the Caribbean Sea to contraband production and rumrunning in the 1920s.
Step inside the aging room to see where Belize’s own 1-Barrel Rum is blended, aged, and stored before distribution. This easy-mixing gold rum is ubiquitous throughout the county’s bars, restaurants, and homes. Finish the tour with a rum tasting that may include a selection of vintage, dark, and spiced varieties.

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, Apr 2018

We had Percy as our tour guide and he was so knowledgeable about the city and country of Belize- a place we have never visited before. We had a private vehicle tour for the three of us and it was nice to see all the parts of the city. He answered all of our questions and brought us to some interesting sights. We took pictures in front of the less- crowded Belize tourist sign and we loved our time at the rum distillery. It was defintitely smaller than expected but they allowed us to taste any of the ones we wanted and we wound up buying some to take home. Percy was a gentleman who helped my grandmother in and out of the car as she had a foot injury which made walking difficult for her. The only thing we wish was different were if we had a bigger vehicle.

G
, Sep 2017

I want to first start off that our tour guide was amazing and we loved him. Unfortunately what we ended up on was NOT a rum tour. We followed the directions on where to find out Guide, but they were incorrect. Someone called the company for us and they found us. We had to wait just a little bit and what we ended up on was a City tour with a quick stop at the Rum factory. We would have to pay for any type of rum tasting. I am not sure if there was miscommunication, but this was not what we signed up for at all.

J
, Apr 2017

Sadly our day was marred by some rainy weather so a few of our stops were not doable. Love the small group size, great guide, Kevin! The city tour gave a great overview of the area with some local highlights and history. The Rum Museum is small but does a great job of showing how the process works in this family run business. Great pricing and choices! Plenty of flavors and varieties to try, bit early in the morning and I'd suggest bringing some dollars to use for tips! Great service and the guy pouring is one of the grandson's working his way through college. Loved the bridge, church and traffic circle art too.

J
, Mar 2017

We had our own private A/C cooled van and tour guide. She knew her history and explained all the sites and tourist type info we were looking for. She stopped to allow us to take pictures and even took some for us so we could both be in the picture. The Rum Museum was very small and you could see the production going on in the back. We had a few samples 2/1 and bought some rum prices were pretty good and at least 10 cheaper than Duty Free. Returned to ship dock within 1.5hrs. Would have liked it to be a bit longer but we got what we signed up for.

S
, Jan 2017

great tour guide and some of the best rum ever had - was well worth the adventure -


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