The residential crowd is made up of…local Belize residents as as well as Americans and Canadians, who have invested in homes and business in Belize. The local culture in Belize is very integrated with the tourists and foreigners living here. I love the authenticity and friendliness of the local people. The fact that everyone speaks English enables relationship building and ease living in Belize.
The community vibe is...
Belize offers an upbeat and fun island lifestyle.
The lifestyle offered is...island living with spectacular snorkeling, sailing, scuba diving, and fishing on the 190 miles of barrier reef.
The most popular building type you’ll find is...
Beachfront cement constructions are most common in the popular areas of Ambergris Caye and Placencia.
The average home price is...$350,000 to $1.5 million USD.
The area’s greatest highlight is…the aqua blue sea, warm Caribbean breezes, beachfront bars and restaurants, snorkeling, sailing, scuba diving, fishing, Mayan sites, the rainforest, and cultural tours.
The best spot to dine fancy is…
Restaurants in San Pedro Town are not fancy, but they do offer delicious authentic meals that blend the flavors of the Caribbean and Mexico. I also enjoy the Rain Rooftop Restaurant at Grand Caribe Belize, offering 360-degree views of the Caribbean Sea, reef, and lagoon. Elvi’s Kitchen is a mainstay in the heart of San Pedro Town. Blue Water Grill offers beachfront dining in town as well.
The best spot to find entertainment is…out on the Belize Barrier Reef snorkeling or scuba diving with the nurse sharks, sting rays, turtles, and beautiful coral.
The best spot to go shopping is…Barrier Reef Drive in San Pedro Town offers casual shopping with local art. The best art gallery is Belizean Arts, found in Fido’s Courtyard and featuring art by local artists.