A Safe Haven In This Difficult Time
“If the world has any ends, British Honduras [Belize] would certainly be one of them. It is not on the way from anywhere to anywhere else. It has no strategic value. It is all but uninhabited.” –Aldous Huxley, Beyond The Mexique Bay
Huxley’s “Beyond The Mexique Bay” was published in 1934—a travelogue of his journey through the Caribbean, Guatemala, and Mexico.
In many ways, his picture of Belize holds true today.
Belize is still not really on the way from anywhere to anywhere else.
And, with a population of just 330,000, it’s relatively “uninhabited.”
But what about its strategic value?
If you’re a North American looking to escape to a safe, beautiful, English-speaking haven in the Caribbean—that also offers easy residency and tax-free living—then Belize is hard to beat. With so much on offer, it’s hard to believe it remains below the radar of most would-be expats.
We’ve found that most part- and full-time expats who have set up home in this Continue reading