About Belize

Belize is considered to be BOTH a Caribbean- and a Latin American country. Located with the Caribbean Sea to the East, Belize is bordered by Mexico to the North, and Guatemala on the South and West.

Belize has one of the lowest population densities in Central America, although the growth rate is one of the fastest in the Western Hemisphere. The population in 2012 was only 333.000, and has since increased (2017) to 388.000, with the majority living in the larger cities of Belize City and Belmopan.

Up until 1981, Belize was considered a part of the United Kingdom (under the name of British Honduras) and still retains a strong colonial feel to this day. The legal system in Belize is based on UK law, which means it’s also familiar to many purchasers from Canada and the United States.
Most visitors come to Belize to enjoy the fantastic Caribbean beaches, the rainforests, and the barrier reefs that are located right off the coastline. Belize has also become a “mecca” for eco-tourism in recent years. Some of the best diving in the world can be found at the “blue hole” located off the coast of Belize. Many tourists also choose to spend part of their vacation in San Pedro or another resort on one of the islands.

Access to Belize is much easier than many travellers might believe – there are several flights every day from the U.S. on all major carriers, and you can reach Cancun from Corozal by car in just 3-4 hours. The highways connecting the different districts of Belize are in general of good quality, and travelling on your own in a rented vehicle is easy.

Finding paradise in Belize


We can offer something that is seemingly out of reach for many people – an opportunity to own a second home or retire in the Caribbean - and at a very reasonable cost.


To find out more about our stunning developments and amazing ownership opportunities all within the beautiful surrounds of Belize, please get in touch with your enquiries.