While shopping is not a main pastime in Dangriga, it certainly should not be overlooked. Here, you'll find crafts and other handmade wares that are important to the local culture, and make for great souvenirs that will last a lifetime.
What you'll notice is that your every day needs are taken care of in typical storefronts, but for artwork, handcrafted Garifuna dolls, and other crafts, you'll have to be on the lookout for stalls and stands on the streets. This is where you'll find the best deals and most authentic crafts.
If you're looking for some gifts you might want to visit Garinagu Crafts Gallery, which is situated in Dangriga. Part crafts store, part cultural museum, Garinagu Crafts Gallery is all about things that are local, cultural, and authentic. They're located at 46 Oak Street.
A second option is Mercy Sabal Doll Maker, which is found 0.5 mi. (0.7 km) to the west of Garinagu Crafts Gallery. For an especially unique souvenir, check out Mercy Sabal's selection of Garifuna and folklore dolls. Each is hand crafted and stitched by Mercy Sabal herself. If you want to call ahead of time, you can do so at (501) 604-6731.
Look through the following chart for more information.
|(501) 502-3752||Central Dangriga|
|Garinagu Crafts Gallery||(501) 522-2596||0.5 mi. East of Central Dangriga|
|Mercy Sabal Doll Maker||(501) 604-6731||Central Dangriga|
One of the more popular speciality shops in this area is Pen Cayetano Studio Gallery. They're found within the heart of Dangriga. Historical and modern art by Pen Cayetano is what this gallery specializes in. This includes murals, paintings, textiles, music, and crafts are all available here. You will find them at 3 Aranda Crescent.
Take a moment to read the following table for more information about your options.
|Pen Cayetano Studio Gallery||(501) 628-6807||Central Dangriga|
|(501) 523-7091||8.7 mi. South-Southwest of Central Dangriga|
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