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Moncho’s is the oldest established and largest family Cart owned business on Ambergris Caye, San Pedro. With a history of unrivalled service spanning back well over 16 years, our quality of service is second to none, which you will notice from your first point of contact with us.

Whether by web, phone or in-person, our friendly professional staff will manage your every dealing with us in the manner you expect from an industry leader. Our knowledgable staff are on hand to take your enquires and answer any questions you might have about San Pedro.

We are conveniently located just a stones throw from both Maya Island & Tropic Air terminals which makes it convenient to pick up or drop off your Golf Cart. We also offer pickup and delivery services, so you can have your Golf Cart waiting for you on your arrival at your hotel or home. We are also more than happy to drop you back to any location on the Island when you return your Cart.

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The people of San Pedro absolutely love to party and will find just about any reason to have a celebration! There are five main occasions celebrated apart from the different celebrations held nationwide.



San Pedro Town is one of the very last places in the country of Belize that observes Carnival. San Pedro's Carnival is similar to the New Orleans Mardi Gras (in meaning, not size!). It is observed during the week leading up to Ash Wednesday and the Lenten Season. It is a pagan celebration during which people can indulge in bodily pleasures that they intend to 'give up' during lent. The local government of San Pedro Town usually organises a week of fun events for visitors and locals. 

Comparsas dancers form groups and dress themselves in outlandish customs and dance for money through the main streets of the town. One of the most popular comparsa groups is the male comparsa group. Groups of men who are usually well known and influential in the community, dress up like women and dance. Each year prizes are given to the best dance group. For the past few years the men have taken home the prize!

Children from all ages also participate in the carnival. The community leaders annually stress that the season should be celebrated in a respectful and peaceful manner which it usually is. On the last day of Carnival painters flood the street to paint each other. This constitutes a mixture of water,  paint and water or raw eggs and is used to paint people on the streets, the goal being to paint as many people as you can. If you don't want to be painted stay in your hotel room. It can be wild but harmless fun.


San Pedro Day 

San Pedro Day is observed on June 27th every year and celebrates the first group of families who fled from the Caste War in Yucatan Mexico and made Ambergris Caye their home around 1847. Each year the town commemorates this day by having: parades; educational workshops; lectures on the islanders history and ancestors; special church masses; blessings of the fleet and local fishermen; dances; special concerts and a fun day for children and adults.


Township Day 

San Pedro was declared a town by the government of Belize in 1984 and November 27th is observed as Township Day. The local government Town Board organises annual events including boat races, fishing tournaments, parades, musical entertainment and a small festival to celebrate the occasion.


San Pedro International Costa Maya Festival 

The Costa Maya festival is a celebration of the Mundo Maya countries throughout Central America. The first festival was held in 1991 and was called the Sea and Air Festival. All five Mundo Maya countries (Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador) participated. Dancers, cultural performers and musical entertainers from these countries are hosted in San Pedro Town for six days of celebrations. 

The festival is held either during the month of July or August, and commences on the Tuesday of the designated week and ends on Sunday. Each country is assigned a night on which their culture and talent is displayed with Sunday being the grand finale.

Beginning in 1996, the first ever Reina de la Costa Maya or Queen of the Mayan Coast Beauty Pageant is held on the first night of the festival. Contestants from each country compete to offer the best representation of the Central American coast using the categories of cultural costumes, swimwear and evening gowns.

Entertainers offer festival goers a wide array of music including Punta, Reggae, Soca, Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia, and traditional Maya music. Cultural presentations are displayed in the form of theatrical dances. These dances tell of the Mayan culture, traditions and rich heritage.

It is organised by a non-profit committee to promote goodwill among Central American countries and to encourage visitors to Belize. The festival grounds have booths displaying arts and crafts,  games, clothing, food as well as rides and carnival games for the young and young at heart.