Julian Shuttle and Transfer offering private transfer to and from Hopkins Village, Sittee Point or Dangriga Town, Transfer from Belize International Airport PGIA / Belize City Water Taxi.
Affordable safe transfer to Hopkins Village area with pick up and drop off to your Hotel, Resort, Airbnb or Airport.
Door to Door private transfer
Let's reserve your one-way or round-trip Belize City - Hopkins Village Private Transfer
Belize City - Hopkins Village
$180 ( 1 -2 person ) $25 for additional persons
Travel Time: 2 . 5 hours
Distance: 112 miles
Flexible Cancellation Policy
To confirm your booking a deposit of 50% is required immediately, full payment must be received within 15 days prior to the transfer date.
A 50% deposit is required to book a shuttle.
Cancellations received within 7 days of the shuttle date a full refund less 5% percent for the administrative cost will be charged.
Cancellations received within 3 days of the shuttle date, a 70% refunded of the amount paid.
Cancellation received at a later date will not be refunded.
All cancellations must be received in writing and confirmed by Julian Shuttles and Transfer. No Shows or Premature departure (No Refund).
We accept VISA, & MASTER CARD for payments.
Belize City - Hopkins Shuttle Testimonial
Julian and his team were awesome! He was ready at the airport when we arrived and took good care of us all through the round trip between Belize Airport and Hopkins. He is very courteous. And pretty helpful with information about the area. Most of all, we appreciated his positive attitude. I would definitely recommend Julian to anyone wanting transportation in Belize.
Hopkins Village is a small coastal Garifuna Village located 2.5 miles away from Fresh water creek long-term Rentals. Hopkins Village started off as a fishing and farming Garifuna community with a population of 500 Garinagu. Now Hopkins Village has grown to a population of 2,500 people. Hopkins is now known as a popular tourist destination in Belize, Hopkins was recently voted “The Friendliest Village in Belize” by Belize’s First Magazine.