10 Reasons to Relocate to Belize
More and more, people are realizing just how fabulous it is to retire in the pleasant Central American country of Belize.
But what does Belize have to offer that has so many people coming back for more?
Everyone Speaks English
Not only do the locals in Belize speak very good English, it’s actually the national language. Although many residents do speak Spanish with their neighbors, the print and television media, street signs, menus and other items of daily life are in English.
Boost Your Health
Health-conscious people around the world are discovering the health benefits of refreshing coconut water, available in ample abundance in Belize. Instead of being trapped indoors, retirees in Belize enjoy a low-stress, natural life enjoying the sunshine in the great outdoors.
Retirement and pension benefits go a lot further in Belize, giving retirees the chance to truly extract the most enjoyment out of their hard-earned income.
Even though the country is small on the map, Belize is packed with amazing landscapes, diverse cultures and rich settings to enjoy endless adventures.
While it is true that Belize has its own currency named the dollar, plain old American dollars are accepted universally throughout the country. And unlike other nations where expats have to constantly monitor fluctuating exchange rates, the currency is conveniently pegged to the rate of 2 Belize Dollars for one U.S. dollar.
Ask anyone who has ever visited or lived in Belize, and they’ll tell you about the amazingly friendliness and generous hospitality of the local people.
A Fresh Start for Everyone
It’s normal to get caught up in the hurly-burly world back home, but sometimes people are looking for a fresh start to put all that old emotional and social baggage behind them.
According to physics, the clocks in Belize run at the same speed as they do everywhere else in the world. But in reality, this country enjoys a delightful, laid-back approach to punctuality and productivity.
Belize is a former colony of Britain, and inherited its robust lineage to form its own laws. Foreigners enjoy the same property rights that natives do.
One of the great joys of Belize is walking out of the house in the morning to dip your toes in the sand.
If you’re considering retiring in Belize, be sure to visit Orchid Bay, which offer Villas, Condominiums & Land in an established community.