Travel to Belize and the Belize real estate choices
Belize tour and the Belize real estate offers. Belize is an incredible travel location but you can also transform in a permanent tourist if you explore the local real estate market in Belize and purchase a property there. 1st let’s talk about a few attractions in Belize and we will end with some advices about becoming a permanent tourist by buying a property in Belize. Actun Tunichil Muknal is a cave in the Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve near San Ignacio. The cave was discovered in 1992, and was subsequently featured on the National Geographic Explorer film, “Journey Through the Underworld”. A sacred site for the Mayans, the cave contains many examples of pottery, ceramics and stoneware, as well as several sets of human sacrificial remains, one of which (known as the “Crystal Maiden”) has been almost entirely covered in limestone crystals by the natural processes of the cave.
The farthest from shore of Belize’s three atolls, Lighthouse Reef Atoll is nirvana for nature-lovers and divers. Six cayes surround a turquoise lagoon with gleaming white-sand beaches, coconut palms, and fascinating coral formations. The top draw here is the famous Great Blue Hole, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Natural Monument. Plunging into the sapphire-toned sinkhole, divers can see bizarre limestone stalactites protruding from the steep walls, and if they’re lucky, the resident school of reef sharks. Half Moon Caye is the most visited caye of the atoll. Also a World Heritage site, the Half Moon Caye Natural Monument is a bird sanctuary that shelters a colony of about 4,000 red-footed boobies and many other species of birds. Nature trails lead to observation platforms with bird’s-eye views of nesting boobies and frigate birds. Visitors can also explore the island’s lighthouse and relax on the beautiful beaches, while divers love the excellent wall dives and abundant marine life around the island.
Belize attractions and climate makes purchasing a property here a tempting project. Imagine living permanently there… the joy. Many people often ask us why the Platinum Coast (West Coast) & Secret Beach is just beginning to undergo rapid development given its beautiful beaches and sunset views and the story goes back to when the island was first developed. As many of you already know, in a tourism destination the most coveted coast is almost always the West Coast because of the amazing sunsets. The island of Ambergris Caye was however originally developed on the East Coast to accommodate the reef and the fisherman who wanted to get out first thing in the morning to fish. The East coast of Ambergris Caye has been developed leaving the west coast to be forgotten, until now. Read more details on Ambergris Caye real estate.
You might think “what is so special about some darker blue water, surrounded by lighter blue water?” And truly, pictures cannot really do justice to the awe inspiring natural phenomenon of Belize’s Great Blue Hole. Located only 40 or so miles offshore, and measuring 400 feet deep with a diameter of 1000 feet, this attraction is a staple on most Belize tour itineraries. The Blue Hole is a “marine sinkhole” causing dramatic coloration. It is part of Lighthouse Reef, and frequently visited for snorkeling and scuba diving on tours of Belize. Going with a guide is a great way to learn more about the many unique geological properties of this top Belize attraction.
The only large Maya city-state that’s original Mayan name has been preserved, Lamanai has been continuously occupied for more than 3,000 years. Located in the north of Belize in Orange Walk District, Lamanai holds a historical mix of ancient buildings, pyramids, and game courts alongside Spanish colonial-era churches and sugar mills. Source: https://belizesecretbeach.com/.