Favorite Lobsterfest pics from Placencia and Ambergris Caye!

Favorite Lobsterfest pics from Placencia and Ambergris Caye!
If you weren’t able to attend Lobsterfest this year – we hope we can share a bit of the highlights – and we hope you can attend next year; early planning is best as the island (Ambergris) or village (Placencia) fills up! It really is a must do – the island/village festivals are a very special time of culture, music, food, talent of local chefs, a ton of hard work and creativity by so many. The fun atmosphere surrounding Belize festivals is truly something special and is unlike the more predictable festivals I have experienced in the US. I attended my FIRST San Pedro Lobsterfest this year and was blown away – it was a perfect night. I was thrilled to assist with a couple booths, so the only negative for me was that I missed some prime picture opportunities. However, I combed through all the posts I could to find my absolute favorites, and the ones that I knew captured the feel and experience of Lobsterfest – hope to see you next year!!From the San Pedro Lobster Festival Facebook Page (good one to follow for next year’s info)….
Miss San Pedro made an appearance!

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Lots of this scene going on – the smells were incredible! And a huge shout out to the hard working chefs who literally stood for HOURS over hot bbq’s on a hot day….
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Lots of cute picture opportunities 🙂
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Great 360 degree pic (better on their Facebook Page!! Here’s one dimension 🙂 )
Walking around and seeing the creative booths was part of the fun!
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From Crazy Canucks –
Amazing Steel Drum Music (pic from Banyan Bay)
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Here are some of the best from Placencia!
Here is the best resource for next year’s Placencia Lobsterfest….
Some great pics from Blue Reef Adventures…
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BTB (Belize Tourism Board) Placencia pics are among the best, again 🙂
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The very talented Therese Wesby Young took some wonderful pics of the event!
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Our favorite Belize Lobsterfest pics from Placencia and Ambergris Caye!
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Laura Diffendal

Laura and her husband David purchased a half acre on the Caribbean Sea in 2014, in Placencia, Belize. They have built their own version of paradise, and they now operate the only boutique, adults-only microresort, walking distance to everything in the village. Caribbean Beach Cabanas was rated the 2017 Small Hotel of the Year by the Belize Tourism Board, and was featured on HGTV's Beachfront Bargain Hunt. You can visit their site at www.caribbeanbeachcabanas.com. In April of 2018, they opened their second boutique hotel, www.purboutiquecabanas.com, in Ambergris Caye!

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