Belize: Cupid’s arrow lands here

Whether an anniversary, a much extended Valentine’s Day, a honeymoon, or lovers’ getaway, Belize fits the bill without racking up a bill that a stay in Paris, Rome, French Polynesia, Maui or Bali might require. To reach those proportions, a couple could stay in Belize for weeks, though Belize does have its high-end accommodations. It…

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Belize Asset Protection Trust

The best protective legislation for Offshore Trusts is the Belize Trust! Contact us today to implement the offshore component of your estate planning. By establishing a Trust in Belize you will be implement that missing “piece of the puzzle” that will afford you great protection for your assets. Please visit our Asset Protection Trust page…

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A guide to choosing guides

Belize revolves around tourism. It is the mainstay of the economy, including its job force. Many first-time visitors to Belize have browsed through the guidebooks and enter the country with a cursory knowledge of where to go initially, how to get around and what kinds of recreation or activity are at hand. Whether touring Mayan…

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A country protective of its essence

Belize is a country mindful of its natural beauty. More than 20 percent of its landmass and offshore water is protected, whether it be by the status of national park, forest reserve, marine reserve, natural monument, wildlife sanctuary, archaeological reserve or private reserve. Much of the legislation that put aside these preserved areas, some accessible…

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It is the Garifuna hour in Belize

It is this time of year that Belize’s cultural spotlight begins a gradual turn toward Garifuna history and tradition. If visitors should choose the final months of the year to explore Belize, especially its villages along the Caribbean coastline, they are likely to stare with puzzlement and fascination at a circle of drummers entertaining a dancing…

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Best easy stop in Belize

Belize bursts with wildlife. So much so that a person visiting a couple weeks or even living a couple years in Belize is not likely to see 10 percent of the fauna that soar above, splash about, slither, climb or weave with stealth beneath the jungle flora. Unless one is very lucky, it takes a…

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What you don’t know may astound you

As often as not, a quandary immediately unfolds when the word “Belize” is bandied in mixed company, over a latte, a tea, beer or barbecue, especially in the hustling, bustling, workaday world of the United States. First, there is the location. Tucked between the tourist-trammelled Yucatan Peninsula to the north, the lush and culturally rich…

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