San Ignacio Market, San Ignacio
Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
Colorful kiosks of hanging bananas, fresh stacks of limes and lemons, and piles of peppers set the scene at San Ignacio Market. The market serves as a melting pot for Belize's many different cultures, including Mestizos, Mennonites, and Mayan peoples. Locals flock to the market early every Saturday morning to pick up the freshest produce for the week; you'll find plenty of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and some homemade crafts. You can often find kiosks selling hot snacks to munch on while you browse. Take a look at our San Ignacio tour planner to schedule your visit to San Ignacio Market and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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It was fun to walk through the market which was a short walk from our hotel. The market opens early Saturday morning and closes around 2-3. Most of the market is filled with fresh produce. It's intere... read more »
Come hungry! They have all sorts of fruits as well as delicious street food ! They had some souvenirs as well .
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