Are you wondering what is the best country to move to during a crisis like the current Covid-19 crisis? In this podcast, Kathleen and Lief will tell you where you should move and why.
Their answer? Belize.
Some of the reasons why Belize is the perfect overseas country to move to include:
It’s Not Densely Populated
This means that the country doesn’t have a lot of Covid-19 cases. It also means that there is little transmission of the disease.
You Can Be Self-Sufficient
Belize grows a lot of food, to the point where you can become completely self-sufficient. If you would like this kind of lifestyle, the best place to go is Cayo. Here, you could buy a plot of land and have a small farm. Since there has been a surge of interest in the back-to-basic ideals and lifestyle, Cayo is now the fastest growing area of Belize.
Belize Is An English-Speaking Country
In Belize, there won’t be any language barrier since its official language is English.
Belize Is Close To North America
You can get to Belize by airplane but also by car, making it a convenient destination.
Easy Residency Process
Residency is straight forward in Belize. There is no minimum income retirement or capital investments like in many other countries.
Getting residency in Belize is as simple as renewing your tourist visa every 30 days for a year and then applying for residency. This is considerably cheaper than in many other overseas destinations.
The Expats In Belize
There is a large and welcoming expat community. In fact, Belize has one of the biggest expat communities in the world.
Belize is also a big destination for part-time expats.
Belize Offers A Wide Variety Of Lifestyles
You can find a Caribbean lifestyle in the Cayes. Beautiful white-sand beaches, turquoise water, and activities like snorkeling and sailing. On the other hand, you can live a completely self-sufficient life, growing your own produce in places like Cayo.
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