It's no secret that Belize has some of the most sought after lobster in the world, and this June, as Belize's Lobster Festival season kicks off, lobster lovers will find their favorite crustacean served just about any way they like.

The lobster feasting will take place in San Pedro starting June 15 - 24. The seventh annual San Pedro Lobster Festival is the first of three major events taking place during the summer. The San Pedro Lobster Festival will be a ten-day, blissful, lobster-themed festival of activities, which is being sponsored/hosted by different restaurants and hotels.

The three-day 15th Annual Placencia Lobster Festival begins June 22 - 24. Lobster dishes will include barbecued lobster, lobster kebobs, stew lobster, lobster pies, lobster fritters, lobster ceviche, lobster fajitas and lobster pizza and will be among the many amazing lobster dishes available. Besides the consumption aspect of the festival, entertainment will be by Taprick and Conceego along with the New Rebels sound, and Kenny Gladden and the New Creations.

All of the lobster festivals are geared toward captivating and intriguing the senses. With a variety of fun-filled activities such as the "Miss Lobster Fest Pageant", live music performances, open bars, the drawing of the Lobster fest raffle and a wide array of lobster dishes.

"We'll also be having games and competitions for the whole family; as well as a dance on Saturday and Sunday for those who want to stay up and party," said Jolie Pollard of Belize Tourism Industry Association (BTIA) Placencia.

This year's event coincides with the 50th Anniversary of the Placencia Fishermen's Cooperative and special recognition will be paid to that organization at the opening ceremonies of the Placencia Lobster Festival.

The 17th Annual Caye Caulker Lobster Festival is the last of the three festivals to be held, start on June 29 to July 1. Historically, Caye Caulker was the first to celebrate this now cultural event, and with all their gained expertise, you won't want to miss what's in store for 2012!

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