Tag Archives: Ambergris Caye
Posted on 14. May, 2013 by Valeria Espinoza.
Although retirees shouldn’t have to worry about their cost of living, they are often required to. Thankfully, places like Ambergris Caye are very affordable, which makes them ideal spots for retirement on a budget. The island in Belize boasts tropical weather, affordable real estate, beautiful scenery and great community activities. Anyone contemplating retirement in an exotic destination will want to give Ambergris Caye in Belize some serious thought, and they should be sure to check out the properties available through the Grand Baymen.
Posted on 02. Apr, 2013 by Valeria Espinoza.
Ever since its discovery in 1937, Caracol has drawn thousands of tourists from all over the globe to Belize. This huge Mayan settlement even outdoes the more well-known Tikal, with a more dense arrangement of structures and artifacts for you to see. The huge area it comprises is larger than Belize City, and in its heyday, Caracol is believed to have supported an even larger population.
Posted on 21. Mar, 2013 by Valeria Espinoza.
Every year, more people are coming to Belize to spend their vacation, invest and retire because it’s a great place to check out. The country boasts luscious rain forests, stunning beaches, historical places and unique marine life. Despite the flock of tourists visiting the country every year, it remains well-maintained and preserved.
Posted on 14. Mar, 2013 by Valeria Espinoza.
Grand Baymen properties exemplify paradise on the picture perfect island of Ambergris Caye in Belize. Cool Caribbean breezes that temper the warmer climate, crystal clear waters, towering palm trees on golden beaches, and perfect subtropical climates are all great reasons to invest in Belize real estate and this amazing island community.
Posted on 07. Mar, 2013 by Valeria Espinoza.
San Pedro in Belize has become very popular over the past six months. This is because the area has gotten some big improvements in luxuries like high speed Internet and such. This makes people think that no one ever visited the area before, which is actually very untrue. San Pedro, Belize has had a following for American tourists since the 1960’s.