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.