Dangriga shuttle takes you to a small coastal town name Dangriga. One of Belize’s cultural destinations, specifically for the Garifuna culture of Belize. Getting a Dangriga shuttle fairly easy and affordable. Dangriga is located just 2 hours away from Belize City or the International Airport; approximately 102 miles. Furthermore, Dangriga isn’t quite a tourist destination but more so a hub to the southern cayes of Belize. Many travelers get a Dangriga shuttle to visit resorts and islands like Thatch Caye, Royal Belize, Coco Plum resort, and Tobacco caye naming the popular ones.
Like with all of our shuttle, on a Dangriga shuttle your driver will be holding a sign with your name at the exit door at the airport. Located on your right after clearing customs. Once your traveling group out the airport you’ll be loaded up and start your 2 hour journey. To get to Dangriga you’ll travel first on the Philip Golds Highway which passes the junction of the airport. Next you’ll get onto the Burrell boom road, and then onto the Western highway all the way up to the Capital city Belmopan. Here you’ll turn left onto the Hummingbird highway which takes 1 hour to Dangriga.
For information sake, you can book a shared or private Dangriga shuttle. With this route being least popular by visitors even when booking a shared shuttle you may end up getting a private ride. Nevertheless, that’s awesome right?
Valdez Shuttle Service also provides shuttle from Dangriga to Hopkins and Placencia village at affordable rates. The drive from Dangriga to Hopkins is just 1 hour and the drive to Placencia is 2 hours. The reason many travelers choose a Dangriga shuttle due to the lenghty bus ride and still having to pay a minimum $30 USD just to get to the Belize city bus terminal. Feel free to contact us on rates for our Dangriga shuttle.