The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are at an unknown location relaxing and unwinding following their earlier punta sessions at a traditional Garifuna festival in Hopkins Village.
Prince Williams and his wife Kate spent their afternoon dancing to the Garifuna drums and wowing locals with their moves. The Royal Couple was given a warm welcome by school children and locals that went out to the Hopkins Football Square to get a glimpse of them; however, they were instead treated to a close-up and interactive session with the Prince and his wife.
The Royal Couple was treated to a cultural presentation by elders of the Garifuna community and was allowed to sample popular Garifuna food.
Sticking to their itinerary, the Duke and Duchess planted a tree, in commemoration of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. They then took a stroll down the beach, greeting locals and tourists, and giving out smiles, handshakes, hugs, and even goodbyes.
Their final stop took them under a cool shade where they met and had a brief discussion with representatives from various conservation groups. The couple was then escorted out on the newly built Hopkins Pier before they boarded their vehicle and drove off.
Earlier in the day they were also given a tour of Che'il Mayan Chocolate farm in Maya Center Village where they manually ground cocoa seeds and witnessed firsthand the chocolate-making process.
The three-day tour of Belize will come to a close with a tour of the Caracol Maya Ruins and a flyover of the Chiquibul National Park and an evening reception at the Cahal Pech Maya ruin in San Ignacio.