Dangriga Central Market
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Lonely Planet review
The old Dangriga Central Market was currently under renovation at the time of research, the stalls and merchants are now doing their thing in a temporary building 20 years closer to the beach. You'll still find the microcosm of Dangriga society, including traders selling shoes, clothing, crockery and Maya crafts operating alongside farmers and fishmongers (who still pause between deals to shoo away thieving pelicans). The market is busiest in the morning (where it's a great place to get a cheap breakfast), and most stalls stay open all day. Should the renovation be completed by the time you read this, you'll have slightly less far to walk.