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Are You a Retiree With a Sense of Adventure? Here’s Your New Belize Home

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Here's Your New Belize Home

Posted: Tuesday, December 29, 2020. 1:58 pm CST.

By BBN Staff:  A recent NBC News weather report announced “the biggest snowstorm in years” is about to hit the Northeastern part of the US. If you’re tired of winter weather, maybe it’s time to set sail for sunny Belize.

Enjoy a Relaxed Retirement

Thousands of expatriates and retirees have already discovered that Belize is a wonderful place to spend your golden years. It’s warm all year, and you never have to worry about snowstorms or digging a path to your car. In fact, you don’t even need a car. Most people get around on foot or bicycles.

If you like outdoor adventures, you’ll be right at home. People here enjoy amazing recreation opportunities like hiking, fishing, swimming, and bird watching.

Discover the Cayo District

While most people head to the beaches, some expatriates and retirees prefer the Cayo District, which they call Belize’s best-kept secret. With its stunning, wild scenery and affordable prices,  Cayo, as it’s known here, is a great place to call home.

As the gateway to Belize’s inland adventures, Cayo is the center of Belize’s growing eco-tourism industry. San Ignacio, the capital of the district, is a bustling town with many amenities that’s only an hour from Belmopan, Belize’s capital city. San Ignacio is a favorite destination for eco-travelers and adventure travelers eager to explore the wild side of Belize.

Maya Treasures and Mountain Streams

If you have an adventurous spirit, you will enjoy Cayo. San Ignacio is the site of Cahal Pech, one of Belize’s most important Maya ruins. It’s also home to the Green Iguana Conservation Project, the Chaa Creek Natural History Center, and the Green Hills Butterfly Ranch.

Explore forest preserves in the mountains surrounding the district. Cool off in a natural pool or rappel down a waterfall. Horseback riding, zip-lining, and lazy days on the river are all part of life in Cayo.

Find Your New Home at Carmelita Gardens

If Cayo sounds appealing to you, visit Carmelita Gardens. On the banks of the Belize River, this eco-friendly new development welcomes residents who want to live off the grid. Carmelita Gardens is 100% sustainable with a solar power supply, organic gardens, and rainwater catchment. If you’re looking for a place to live well, arrange a tour of this new community today!

 

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