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After Coronavirus: Belize Among Top Places To Live And Retire For US Citizens

After Coronavirus Belize Among Top Places To Live And Retire For US Citizens

Posted: Tuesday, September 1, 2020. 1:50 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: Due to Covid-19, it’s been challenging to travel internationally. Once the pandemic fades, Americans will once again be able to travel, and at that point many may consider moving overseas, as the current crisis has caused them to rethink their lifestyle. Many long for a simpler time, and wish to live in a place not being torn apart by angry politics and a sense of constant panic. They want to feel part of a cohesive community, feel closer to nature, and live life at a more relaxed pace.

For those looking for such a place, Carmelita Gardens in the Cayo District of Belize seems ideal.

Belize is a small Central American country which is both politically and economically stable. The official language here is English, and the legal system is based on English common law. This makes it easy for Americans to acclimate.

There are no language barriers to keep them from starting up conversations with locals and making friends. Buying property is easier than in many other countries in the region. And getting around is a breeze. This is not just because they can read the road signs and ask for directions, but also because the country is very safe.

Outside of a few urban neighborhoods, crime is not a factor in Belize. Certainly, those living in Carmelita Gardens don’t worry about it. They also enjoy the mild climate of the area, and its natural beauty.

Carmelita Gardens is a self-sufficient village community in the Cayo District of Belize

Those who live in Belize cherish the pristine environment and rich biodiversity. They can enjoy diving and snorkeling in the Belize Barrier Reef, trekking through the rainforests, exploring ancient Maya ruins, and visiting the many spectacular sanctuaries and preserves.

For those who choose Carmelita Garden as their new home, they will be welcomed into a warm, intimate community that focuses on fostering connections between neighbors. There is also an emphasis on preserving nature and living off-the-grid using modern technological innovations. Thanks to solar and rain-catchment systems, those who live here don’t give up any amenities while minimizing their carbon footprint.

Many residents also take advantage of the fertile soil in the area to grow their own produce. The Cayo District is considered the breadbasket of Belize. For those who don’t enjoy gardening, the local markets provide an abundant supply of agricultural products. Health and ecology conscious Americans are delighted to learn that these foods are typically grown within 10 miles of their new homes. It’s all organic and fresh, as well.

These are just some of the many reasons to consider moving or retiring to Carmelita Gardens in beautiful Belize.

For more information about Carmelita Gardens, email [email protected] or call + 501 615-4863.


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