Art in Dangriga

Austin Rodriguez

This master artisan carves Garifuna drums from mahogany, cedar and mayflower wood in his outdoor workshop by the water's edge (southeast of Dangriga Central Market). Though Austin's drums are sold all over Belize, y…
Arts & Crafts in Placencia

Made in Belize

Leo handcrafts exquisite wooden sculptures from rosewood, mahogany and driftwood at his workshop on the Sidewalk and displays and sells them in his little shop. Birds (such as toucans) and marine life (dolphins and …
Arts & Crafts in Maya Center

Maya Center Women's Craft Shop

At the junction of the Southern Hwy and the road to Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, this shop stocks locally made Maya arts and crafts including jewelry, carvings, baskets and textiles. You can arrange taxi tran…
Food in Dangriga

Marie Sharp's Factory Store

In an unsigned white building down a lane off the main street, this is Dangriga's outlet store for Marie Sharp's iconic hot sauces.
Arts & Crafts in Hopkins

Sew Much Hemp

Between Hopkins and Sittee Point, follow the signs toward the beach and stop at the old bus that Barbara calls home. This is Sew Much Hemp, a classic hippie outpost where Barbara makes and sells bags and clothing fr…
Market in Dangriga

Dangriga Central Market

The Dangriga Central Market is a microcosm of Dangriga society with traders selling shoes, clothing, crockery and Maya crafts alongside farmers and fishmongers.
Art in Hopkins

David's Woodcarving

David makes exquisitely carved staffs, masks, canes, mortar-and-pestle sets and wooden jewelry in a workshop behind his shop, a block west of the main street.
Art in Seine Bight

Lola's Art

Local painter and sculptor Lola Delgado runs this store selling some of the same paintings, handcrafted jewelry, sculpture and assorted crafts you'll find adorning (and being sold at higher prices in) hotels and res…