The convenience of Belize sets it apart — the official language is English, it’s very easy to get residency status and they offer tons of special benefits to retirees.
Oh, and it’s got some pretty amazing scenery — lush forests and picturesque white-sand beaches.
“It’s got fantastic beaches,” Budd said. “Classic warm weather, lots of great outdoor swimming, boating and biking — there’s a high pleasure factor there,” he said. “And you get it a lot cheaper than you would in, say, California.”
One American couple built a ranch with a water view for $125,000, AARP said.
Read the full report here: The Best Places to Retire Outside the U.S.
See also: Corozal District
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