Video Tour of Ambergris Caye, Belize

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  1. posted by
    Mark
    Jan 30, 2017 Reply

    Looks like the properties are crammed in like a sardine can?
    Extremely congested!
    I complain about owning 2 acres in the city limits where I live now. We are use to open ranch living. I love the islands, but
    I don’t want close Nieghbors.

    • posted by
      john turley
      Jan 30, 2017 Reply

      Great news for you. Since declaring independence in 1981, Belize has enacted many environmental protection laws aimed at the preservation of the country’s natural and cultural heritage, as well as its wealth of natural resources. These acts have established a number of different types of protected areas, with each category having its own set of regulations dictating public access, resource extraction, land use and ownership. Roughly 26% of Belize is protected for its natural resources.

      Even better news, Belize is one of the least densely populated countries. You’ll find plenty of options to buy farm land, multiple acres or even your own island. Belize has over 200 islands and several go up for sale each year. So for you, there are plenty of parcels and islands to consider.

      The video is predominately showing San Pedro, Belize. Settlers arrived between 1848 and 1849 to establish a fishing village in San Pedro. Many parts of the island, Ambergris Caye, are still not developed. You can find plenty of privacy and space on the island outside of San Pedro.

  2. posted by
    bruce & jackiue freimark
    Jan 30, 2017 Reply

    That was real nice that makes us want to do it all over again.
    Right now we are looking at moving to florida first can you give us any help in that area.

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