Belize may be the smallest country in Central America, but it’s attracting huge attention. Tourism is one of the country’s leading industries, trending upwards at an impressive rate with significant growth in annual arrival numbers. Belize will continue to top tourism charts because of these three important factors:

  • The official language in Belize is English

  • Belize is geographically close to North America

  • Direct flights to Belize from major US and Canadian cities are on the rise

Beautiful white-sand beaches, breathtaking Caribbean views, and the second largest coral reef in the world make Ambergris Caye Belize’s premier tourist destination.

The island of Ambergris Caye is at the center of a Caribbean tourism boom. Just off the eastern coast of Belize, the largest of more than 300 islands and paralleling the longest living reef in the world, this charming caye is approximately 26 miles long.

Despite being petite, Ambergris Caye produces two-thirds of the tourism revenue generated in Belize. The isle is one of the most promising tourism destinations in the Caribbean, offering immense natural beauty, savory cuisine, friendly locals and a laid-back island culture.

why belize

  • Easy access from North America

  • English is the official language

  • Outstanding tourism growth

  • Stable Economy & Democracy

  • English Common Law

  • Premium Caribbean Real Estate

  • Low Property Taxes

  • Straightforward Retirement & Residency Programs

Ambergris Caye

Ambergris Caye’s primary town is San Pedro, a colorful Caribbean village full of open-air restaurants, barefoot beach bars, dive piers, souvenir shops and a variety of unique boutiques. On average, about 25,000 people live on Ambergris Caye, with a fluctuation between the high and low seasons.

Ambergris Caye is the largest of the atolls and cayes and takes in approximately 67 per cent of all tourism revenue generated by the country of Belize. This is primarily due to the vibrant reef directly paralleling the island, the large variety of restaurants and activities, and the relaxing, welcoming Caribbean vibe.

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