Posted: Tuesday, August 11, 2020. 9:59 am CST.
By BBN Staff: You were already counting down months to retirement when the Corona virus came along and interrupted your reverie, but now that travel restrictions are improving in areas that offer you the most affordable options, it’s time to uncover one of the biggest secrets in Central America: The Cayo District in Belize.
Ex-pats adore this region and there are so many of them, you could run into one every time you turn around, but your search for a retirement destination can include a community that also offers environmental benefits. It’s called Carmelita Gardens and this heavenly development deserves your attention!
Saving the Earth for your grandkids
One of the best reasons for moving to Belize is proximity to the U.S. Return home for baptisms, weddings and the holidays in a few hours, but you don’t have to bring gifts because choosing Carmelita Gardens as your retirement home shows family members you’re helping to sustain a green planet. Speaking of green, your retirement dollar stretches like rubber in Belize so you don’t have to change your lifestyle.
Carmelita Gardens is no ordinary development. This sustainable living community offers retirees state-of-the-art construction paired with natural beauty that can only be described as travel-magazine worthy. All the while, you get to be the cool grandparents because you’ve grabbed a slice of Eden that has no equal.
What’s all the excitement about?
According to a recent issue of EuroNews, the private island purchased by Academy Award Winner Leonardo DiCaprio for his eco-resort is to open in 2020, so when someone asks you why you chose Belize as your retirement haven or investment property choice, tell them that you’re simply emulating DeCaprio’s sustainable planet goals. But it’s the new friends you’ll make at Carmelita Gardens that will thrill you most.
You can purchase a plot of “off-the-grid” land for around $35,000 and build your beautiful home on it. How can you be sure that Carmelita Gardens is for you? Come for a visit. Rental cottages cost little to secure, yet they’re filled with amenities: air conditioning, fans, WiFi service, linens, outdoor furniture, patios and terraces, kitchen appliances, parking and a TV are all included.
No ordinary place to retire
Because Carmelita Gardens was founded in 2010 as a self-sufficient village community nestled on 98-acres of lush, unspoiled, riverfront land, you’ll quickly get into step with sustainable living practices that include organic growing, food production and 100-percent off-grid living that relies on solar power, rainwater catchment and sustainable construction practices.
Dress any way you like. Teach art classes. Launch a business or stroll to the river to relax and fish. You’ll find plenty of takers from like-minded community members who love showing newcomers the ropes and since everyone in Belize speaks English, you don’t have to speak a foreign language to thrive.
Consider buying a small cottage that takes no time at all to clean and comes with a price tag that was the same amount of money you paid for your home in 1985, yet each cottage is fully appointed, so your only task is to move in and meet the neighbors. Visit the website. Book a tour. See for yourself what sustainability looks like in a nation that welcomes newcomers with open arms. And, tell your grandkids that what Sesame Street’s Kermit the Frog said was right on the money: It’s easy being green!
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