$101,000 / ₿3.688
Ambergris Caye, Belize
$369,900 / ₿13.506
While being the smallest country in Central America, Belize is attracting huge attention. Tourism, one of the country’s largest industries, is expanding at an incredible rate. In recent years the growth in arrival numbers have continued on an upward trend. Belize is a country that will continue to top the tourism charts because of 3 important factors:
Beautiful white-sand beaches, breathtaking Caribbean views, and the second largest coral reef in the world all make Ambergris Caye Belize’s premiere tourist destination.
Specifically, the island of Ambergris Caye has been at the center of this tourism boom. Just off the eastern coast of Belize and the largest of 300+ islands and paralleling the largest living reef in the world, this caye is approximately 26 miles long.
Despite being petite, Ambergris Caye produces two-thirds of the tourism revenue generated in Belize. This charming island is one of the most promising tourism destinations in all the Caribbean. It offers immense natural beauty, savory cuisine, friendly locals, and a laid-back island culture that will make you want to stay forever.
Ambergris Caye’s primary town, San Pedro, is a colourful Caribbean village full of open-air restaurants, barefoot beach bars, dive piers, souvenir shops, and a variety of unique boutiques. On average, about 25,000 people live on Ambergris Caye, with a fluctuation between high and low season.
Ambergris Caye, the largest of the atolls and cayes, takes in approximately 67% of all tourism revenue generated by the country of Belize. This is primarily due to the colorful and vibrant reef directly paralleling the island, the large variety of restaurants and activities, and the relaxing and welcoming Caribbean vibe.
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