Magical Belize draws people from all over the world with its warm climate, English-speaking locals, and natural beauty. Explore the beaches and wide-open spaces with an anything-can-happen attitude.
For centuries the Mayas ruled this land making incredible achievements in mathematics, astronomy, and language. Frequent battles between English and Spanish colonists give little Belize a unique and colorful past.
There are many different and easy ways to travel in Belize. The usual planes, buses, and cars are joined by water taxis in a fun and inexpensive way to discover this beautiful country.
When you travel in Belize, you’ll soon discover your very own paradise. Discover the amazing wildlife, exciting water sports, great restaurants, and cultural activities. Take a look at all that you can do .
Plan Your Move
When it comes to choosing a location and the type of real estate you want, Belize has an abundance of choices. Here we’ll take a look at your options…from Maya jungle to stunning islands.
Foreigners have the same rights as Belize citizens to own property in Belize. But the real estate business is slightly different to what you are probably accustomed to. Here’s our guide to buying property.
There are a number of ways to become a Belize resident or to stay in the country for extended periods of time. Not sure which one is for you? This guide to the visas available to you will help.
No matter where you move to, transporting household goods and personal belongings can be challenging. Here’s our guide to moving your household goods and your beloved pets to Belize.
Most American, Canadian, and European expats in Belize spend much less money on day-to-day expenses than they do in their home countries. A couple here can live very comfortably on $2,000 per month.
Belize healthcare gets a bad grade but has been improving over the last few years. Here you will find different health insurance options available to you as well as medical advice for travelers to Belize.
Only revenue earned in Belize is subject to an assessment by the tax authorities. The main taxes affecting an expat are income tax, business tax, and property taxes. Here is our guide to all things tax-related in Belize.
Belize makes it easier for expats to assimilate than just about any other country in Latin America. It’s a place where learning the ropes can be fun. Here are a few tips that we gathered to help you get things done.
With almost 90% of businesses in Belize being small or microbusinesses it isn’t surprising that expats are running all types of businesses here and making a living. This makes Belize a good place for an overseas venture.
If you’re interested in moving to Belize, you’ll want to go and see the country first. A travel itinerary will help you make the most of your time here. Here are our recommended travel itineraries in Belize.
Want to know the time in Belize…who the head of the government is…what the population is…and many more facts about the country. Check out our compilation of facts.
This invaluable Rolodex has the contact details of all the important people you’ll need to talk to if you move, live, and invest in Belize. There’s travel, embassy, business resources…and much, much more.