10 Reasons to Attend the Placencia Lobsterfest in Belize

Posted on Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014

This year, the Placencia Lobsterfest will commence on June 27th 2014 and as we all know the festival is a grand celebration of the opening of the lobster season in Belize. Thousands of local and international visitors will attend this event which is organized by the Placencia BTIA and the Placencia Village Council.

In this blog post, we compiled ten good reasons why you have to attend the Lobsterfest in Placencia this year:

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1.) Because it is one of the biggest and best food festivals in Belize and the world, even MSNBC agrees: http://www.nbcnews.com/id/22540834/#.U42yMnb6NHA

2.) Because lobster is one of the most delicious foods on earth

3.) Because it is the only time you can eat lobster in different forms: grilled, fried, stewed, and boiled

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4.) Because the event commemorates Fisherman’s Day and serves as a fundraiser for community projects in Placencia

5.) Because the event shows that the locals have not forgotten their roots and heritage. Note: before tourism became the main source of revenue for Placencia, lobster fishing was the primary source of income for the residents.

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6.) Because the Lobster Festival has something for everyone – not only great food but also great music!

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7.) Because you can also enjoy Placencia beaches which have been rated as one of the best beaches in the Caribbean

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8.) Because you can also go snorkeling or scuba diving on the second largest barrier reef in the world

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9.) Because you can also stay at Chabil Mar, one of the best resorts in Belize

10.) Because the lobsterfest event is only held once a year and it wont disappoint you

This is the most popular event of the season in Placencia so we hope to see you there!

Contact us today for more details on the Placencia Lobsterfest 2014!

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