Toledo is a district of dramatic contrasts, from its lush interior dotted with Maya temples, waterfalls and caves, to the beautiful reef and offshore cayes offering superb snorkelling, diving, and world-class fishing grounds.

Our kaleidoscope of cultures is evident everywhere - the traditional Maya farmers in small inland villages, the Creole ladies at PG's bustling morning market, the evening sounds of traditional Garifuna drumming, the distinct East Indian cuisine, traces of the US Confederate settlers and their sugar plantations, and the Mennonites in their horse-drawn buggies.

The Chocolate Festival of Belize is a unique combination, showcasing Belize's excellent chocolate but also celebrating Toledo culture and the rich flavours that combine to make the District an unforgettable experience. In addition to the Festival's three main events, we are also offering special festival tours.

Colourful James bus

Getting here

Once an outpost reachable only by boat, PG and the Toledo District are easily accessible by:

Staying here

Toledo has a wide range of accommodation to suit all budgets, including:


PG Clock tower

Where to eat

There are several restaurants in PG Town and throughout the District, including:

Tours, activities, and other services


snorkelling Toledo

Special Festival Tours

Kayaking tours (TBA)

Mayan Ruin (TBA)

Snorkelling trips (TBA)


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