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World’s Best Little Zoo – Hurricane Relief (Belize)

Hurricane LISA Hits the Belize Zoo (November 2, 2022) - Tragically, the damage to animals' habitats and pathways suffered extensive damage. As a result, the Belize Zoo will remain closed until further notice. A small team stayed at the zoo during the hurricane to ensure the animals' safety and the buildings' security. Thankfully, the staff and all the animals are safe. The team is focusing their energy on...

Placencia Coral Restoration Works

Placencia’s runaway success as one of the most long-lasting coral regeneration sites in the world is being used as a model to expand throughout Belize’s magnificent, but endangered barrier reef. Through community-based conservation and with the help of Fragments of Hope, hundreds of thousands of coral fragments are being planted amongst hurricane-ravaged reefs, including Ambergris Caye. In Belize,...

Ministry of Health breaks ground for Placencia Polyclinic

Placencia Polyclinic under construction The Belize Tourism Board (BTB), in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Wellness (MOHW) and the Placencia Village Council, broke ground on January 21, 2022 to mark the construction of a state of the art polyclinic for the southern village of Placencia. The 5,650 sq feet Polyclinic will feature consultation rooms, reception and registration areas,...

Paradise Awaits…

Belize is Open.  Belize has steadily kept COVID-19 cases low - protecting both citizens and guests.  Belize is your safe and deserved vacation destination.  Don't spend hours on an airplane, United has increased it's non stop flights from many major cities in the United States.  Belize has implemented a comprehensive, commonsense COVID-19 safety system.  An easy-to-use app makes the process a...

Belize Tourism Industry Update

As Belize moves forward to fully reopen and rebuild our tourism industry, the health and safety protocols for tourists continue to be reviewed and updated. At a press conference held on Friday, October 16th, 2020, further relaxation of the restrictions on movement of visitors were announced by the Prime Minister, Rt. Hon. Dean Barrow.  Following are the updated protocols that are now in effect for the...

Central Bank no longer requires approval of foreigner title transfers

Prime Minister Barrow has decided that Land Title Transfers involving foreign nationals will no longer require the approval of Belize Central Bank.  Since there has never been a rejected application by the Central Bank this will speed up the sales transfer of the lands department having to wait for Central Bank approval. Currently Land Title Transfers from Belizeans to foreigners are assessed a stamp...

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