Belize is the Caribbean’s fastest-growing market for tourism and one of the top tourist destinations in the world, but it also offers great opportunities for agricultural development and investment. If I haven’t piqued your interest with what I’ve shared in these newsletters, just wait until you see tourists visiting come December!
When people first ask me exactly where Belize is located, I joke and say, “Well, I guess it depends… are you by land or by sea?”
You might be surprised to find out that Belize is not an island — despite its beautiful, tropical scenery. There are groups of islands belonging to the country that sprinkle the coastline and sit on the West of the Caribbean Sea, including Ambergris Caye and its main town, San Pedro.
Every time I turn around, it seems like Belize is getting more and more press… more flights… visits from celebrities… and so many awards being won. Not bad for this little country that just turned 41 years old in September 2022!
A record amount of sargassum is smothering Caribbean coasts from Puerto Rico to Barbados to Belize. More than 24 million tons blanketed the Atlantic in June, up from 18.8 million tons in May 2022.
If you’ve been following our blog for a while now, you’d know that Belize is not only a fantastic place to live and travel, but it also prioritizes the health and safety of all who visit and live here. Belize was just awarded the safe travel award from the World Travel & Tourism Council. During these trying times, this is a remarkable recognition and further solidifies that we feel safe, and our clients do too! Did you think because 2020 was over that we wouldn’t discuss COVID-19 anymore? A lot has been going on, and it seems like the numbers…