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Explore Belize on a Carmelita Gardens Discovery Tour

Posted: Monday, September 7, 2020. 2:39 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: It’s news that has spread quickly across the North American travel industry as well as folks eager to end what feels like their endless Covid-19 quarantine: Belize’s International Airport reopens for visitors on October 1, 2020 and from early indications, this has already triggered an overwhelming surge in bookings by northerners craving palm trees, sunny skies and the hemisphere’s best beaches.

Want to join the throng? Whether you’re a tourist, a vacation home seeker, an investor or you’re on the verge of retirement and seek a place that welcomes retirees with open arms, Belize is the answer to your quest. Where to start (and likely end!) your search for paradise? At Carmelita Gardens, the destination guaranteed to meet your financial, recreational and relaxation goals.

How to make sure Carmelita Gardens is the right place for you? By taking a Carmelita Gardens Discovery Tour. This visit hits all the right notes: It’s affordable (Just $699 USD per couple) and you’ll spend enough time at the development and in the area to make sure everything you crave is available to you at this model of sustainability where Mother Nature and state-of-the-art living meet.

You couldn’t get bored if you tried during this 3-day immersion that includes being picked up at the airport and as soon as you unpack, you’ll be off on a whirlwind tour of San Ignacio and the development itself. An abundance of fun awaits you that includes socializing with like-minded people and touring local attractions, canoeing the Belize River, enjoying the ultimate hospitality and meeting one-on-one with folks who would be your neighbors should you decide to invest in this lush development.

High pressure? Don’t be silly. Consider this your reward for having come through the Corona-19 debacle and celebrating your ability to begin making future plans – just as you did before the virus impacted everything about life as you knew it. And aren’t you eager to get rid of your snowblower and move to a place where the weather stays mild and comfortable? Would you like to practice an independent and sustainable lifestyle that’s good for your mind, your body and your spirit? How about finding a home that delivers on these promises:

-Grow your own food or patronize local farmer’s markets for the most nutritious, fresh sustenance anywhere
-Count on the three reliable fresh water sources that make possible everything from potable water to fishing
-Live off the grid courtesy of state-of-the-art solar and rain collection systems
-Reside close enough to neighbors to be part of the community but population density is delightfully low
-Ownership fits everyone’s budget. Put as little as US$7,000 down and make payments of US$585 per month
-Since English is Belize’s first language, no foreign language apps, tutorials or classes required to fit right in.

Carmelita Gardens has everything you seek and if you’d like to retire earlier than you imagined, keep this in mind: In Belize, you are eligible for the nation’s Qualified Retirement Program at the age of 45, so if you’ve re-assessed your life while you were sequestered and come to the realization that life is too short to spend it in the fast lane, this tour is your opportunity to see what awaits in the paradise ex-pats call heaven on earth.

Tours are available now with discounts for folks already living in Belize who crave a more environmentally-responsible lifestyle at [email protected]. You won’t regret booking a tour and your hosts can’t wait to show off this paradise on earth!


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