International Living – Belize

Belize is quintessential Caribbean but with Maya roots.

Over 200 pristine cayes (islands) are scattered along Belize’s coastline—each surrounded by crystal clear, turquoise seawater that teems with brilliant fish, coral, and sponges.

 

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Living in Belize

The most popular landing spots for expats in Belize are Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker; the Placencia peninsula; the Corozal district; and the Cayo Region. Some expats are now gravitating as far south as the Toledo District, although you’ll find fewer First World amenities there.

 

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Reasons to Live in Belize

Top Ten Reasons Why You Should Consider Living Or Retiring In Belize
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Cost of Living in Belize

Combining some elements of both North American and Belizean lifestyles, you can live well for less than you would pay back home. Health care, the cost of renting, buying or building a home in most areas, personal and auto insurance, property taxes, household labor and most products produced in Belize are less expensive than what […]

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Belize History

The earliest known inhabitants were the Mayans, whose extensive civilisation (CE 250–900) reached its peak in about the 8th century, spreading northward throughout Yucatan. The Mayans cultivated most of the arable land in the country and built cities and ceremonial centres out of limestone. By the time the Spanish arrived, in the early 16th century, […]

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Economic Freedom

Economic freedom has stagnated in Belize over the past few years. The government’s record on structural reform is uneven, and lingering policy weaknesses in many parts of the economy constrain more dynamic growth. Despite some streamlining of the process for setting up a business and completing regulatory requirements, such challenges as poor enforcement of the […]

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Belize History

Hundreds of ruins and ceremonial centers show that for thousands of years Belize was populated by the Maya Civilization that reached its peak known as the Classic Period between A.D. 250 and 900. At its height, the Maya of Belize and Central America formed one of the most densely populated and culturally dynamic societies in […]

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About Belize

Still undiscovered, often mis-located and usually misspelled… this is a fantastic country, and you DON’T want to miss it. This page will tell you everything about Belize that you want to know.

 

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The World Factbook : Belize

Belize was the site of several Mayan city states until their decline at the end of the first millennium A.D. The British and Spanish disputed the region in the 17th and 18th centuries; it formally became the colony of British Honduras in 1854. Territorial disputes between the UK and Guatemala delayed the independence of Belize […]

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Belize : Political Stability

Economic freedom has stagnated in Belize over the past few years. The government’s record on structural reform is uneven, and lingering policy weaknesses in many parts of the economy constrain more dynamic growth. Despite some streamlining of the process for setting up a business and completing regulatory requirements, such challenges as poor enforcement of the […]

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