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PurpleDog
10/16/2020 12:08 EST

Hi. I'm Kelly. It is my hope to be moving to Belize by the end of the years (stupid pandemic!). I would like to get connected to other people who are currently living the dream and possibly learn about volunteering there. If you want to chat catch me at canispurpura at gmail. Peace and good health!

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elandpeter
10/16/2020 21:39 EST

We are El and Peter, a retired Hallmark Cards exec (and previous department store buyer), and a retired Marine officer (and logistics exec) from the coast of South Carolina. We are moving to Ambergris Caye in December 2020, and have posted several times for information from other expats--but haven't gotten much response. Why is that? We will gladly offer help to other prospective Belize residents after we have been here a while. Regardless, we are looking forward to arriving in two months, along with our little dog. Would love to play Pickleball with other expats if there are courts available!

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inplub
10/16/2020 21:57 EST

We are John and Thipaya Jones and live in San Pedro with our oldest son. I was born in Wales the wife was born in Thailand and we run a small Thai Restaurant here. All our children (3) were born in England. Moved here 2003 left in 2007 and came back 2013.

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ClarkForestryLLC
10/21/2020 20:28 EST

Awe Belize. Looking forward to moving to Belize and living there on and off, especially over the Winter months from the US. Bought a beautiful acreage in Cayo. Rebuilding an old concrete structure that was taken, except for the concrete. Looking for to engaging with all of you, since Belize is such an easy place to get around.

El and Peter, hope you have a great move to San Pedro. Hopefully Covid releases soon, as I need to get down and check on the house and Trees. Plus just enjoy.

Although we are not down there yet. If you need anything, just give a yell.

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ClarkForestryLLC
10/21/2020 20:32 EST

John and Thipaya, looking forward to your Thai restaurant. Always like new experiences and choices. Although we are in the process of rebuilding an old structure in the Cayo district and then living there part time from the great cold north of the US. If you need anything, just let me know and I will see if I can hook you up with the contacts I have down there.

Right now we are doing everything over the phone. I'm a real plant and food lover. So trying to get our property planted with everything Belize, so it will start to grow before the dry season.

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inplub
10/21/2020 21:44 EST

We have been here for the last 7 years and so we are OK with everything that we need.

Thank you anyway.

John and Thipaya

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Bigplans
10/21/2020 21:50 EST

Hi friends.... Josh and Dana from Alabama. We are in our early 40s and are dreaming and preparing to one day be, at minimum, part-time residents of Belize. We have visited a few times and are planning to continue visiting different areas of the country as we are able. We love nature and tranquility and desperately desire a more laid-back lifestyle..... hence Belize. We currently are raising children ( 3 of them) and plan on retiring and moving south when the youngest goes off to college. So, for now we dream and save and learn and visit this forum to gain experience and understanding from those who are now where where we one day hope to be. Thanks for including us in the group.

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Farmeratheart
10/26/2020 20:01 EST

Looking to the future in Belize. Coming in the summer of 2021. Want to be self-sufficient and homestead my needs

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PurpleDog
10/26/2020 21:23 EST

Would love to connect. I have property on Ambergris Caye and have considered a homestead/off grid place. I hope to be moving asaca, as soon as COVID allows. Peace and good health.

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PurpleDog
10/26/2020 21:23 EST

Would love to connect. I have property on Ambergris Caye and have considered a homestead/off grid place. I hope to be moving asaca, as soon as COVID allows. Peace and good health.

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Ndoni67
10/31/2020 18:18 EST

Hi I'm D!

I am planning to soon buy property in Belize where I eventually plan to make a second home. I have gone every year for the last few years and look forward to having my own place. Currrently in the US and looking to leave the legal field far behind for something more connected to who I truly am. The plan is to buy land/home in Cayo. I want lots of fruit trees and a garden (I'll have to learn how to take care of them but that's another story!). Would love to hear ideas about practical things to consider when purchasing the land and real life experiences living in Cayo. Thanks!

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America
11/4/2020 00:35 EST

Hi. I'm happy to say I'm looking forward to the move to Belize City.
Where would be the safest community to live in the area?
What is transportation like?

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ThirdEye
11/12/2020 17:50 EST

Hello...My name is Cheryl... I am 50ish...I live in Portland OR at this time...looking to move to Belize in 2021...I plan to visit first...in early 2021...I have done my research as far as which area I may want to call home...and that is Corozal/Cayo District...Basically, I would like to live amongst a variety of people...different nationalities...a Black community would be nice as well! Peace~Love~

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79bonney
11/13/2020 12:03 EST

Hi: I've been doing my homework for quite some time and plan to arrive in Placencia around Feb. 1, 2021, if the border is open and I can navigate all the details of the trip. lol Driving from Boston, MA so this is a major adventure. Have found an apt for a year. I believe I can have a new sim card put in my iphone to use in Belize. Am I right? I will be living off my SS so I know my funds will be tight but I have no problems "eating local" and don't have many "special" needs. Great info on this site btw.
C U soon,
John

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gamelin
11/16/2020 19:00 EST

Hi all, my name is Joanne. My husband John and I just moved to the Cayo in October. We're living at Carmelita Gardens, just outside of Santa Familia (about 10 km from both San Ignacio and Spanish Lookout). So we've been through Eta and, like a lot of locals, hoping to avoid Iota. Love it here, glad with our decision to move. We're originally from Ottawa, Ontario Canada.

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Mainegirl74
11/19/2020 13:13 EST

Hi All,
I am Jolene and I am seriously researching moving to Belize early next year. I have been reading and reading and it seems like a great fit for me. Think of Placencia to live. Looking for simple easy-going, sandals and sundress living. I have a dog and two cats to bring, so any advice on how to get pets into Belize is welcome. Also recommendations on living is highly welcome.

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Jstnthrjoe
11/21/2020 14:14 EST

Well hi! I’m Joe, and I’d like to do a deep dive early ‘21 to check out Belize. Other than grabbing a map and renting a motorbike, I’ll be winging it. Just thought I’d send this message in a bottle in case someone had tips or would like to tag along. (Depending on the country opening up as expected.) Thinking 6 mos - 1yr ought to clue me in a bit. Slightly concerned about the cost of mission creep since I love diving and boating, when I should be checking out the country and community. Chat me, please, and thanks.

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ThirdEye
11/21/2020 15:24 EST

Hello...
Yes... I am looking to venture into Belize in 2021... Let's keep in touch!
Peace~Love~
Cheryl~

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Kenubelizeit
12/3/2020 15:18 EST

For importation of pets download application on the BAHA website and make sure that the vet papers are not more than 2 weeks old.

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kafif
12/9/2020 10:33 EST

Hi!
My family and I hope to move to Belize from the US by February. We're planning to start in Belmopan mostly because there is a Montessori school there.
We have a 2 year old and a 5 year old, and I would love to connect with other families and learn advice or experiences from living in Belize.

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York
12/17/2020 11:00 EST

Hello all,
I'm York and I'm currently living in Minnesota (and YES it's COLD). I'm a retired high school teacher of 30 years. For the last year I've been a camp host. What that entails is that I go from RV campground to RV campground making things work more effectively and efficiently and get to stay there for free. Loved it... But now I want a new experience and that experience is Belize. I have a grown daughter who shares this dream and we want to buy a homes around the Corozal area, nothing to expensive but with 2+ bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. So, this is my quest and I am doing all I can right now to make it happen.
Wish you all to stay safe and live your dreams.

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jorgelebard
12/19/2020 14:09 EST

Hello York, My name is George and I lived in Belize for 20 years. We have a home for sale you might want to check out. It was going to be our retirement home but due to life changes (grandchildren in the US) we need to sell. It's located in Yo Creek Village in the O. Walk District about a 30 minute drive from the town of Corozal. You can see it through Remax International Belize. My email is if you would like more info. Good luck in your search.

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Kenubelizeit
12/28/2020 15:59 EST

Hello I can help you in getting around the corozal area. The location of where you want to be will be based on preferences for ex among locals or a secluded retirement community Corozal town vs Consejo Shores or more secluded Orchid Bay or would like to be ina village with jungle nearby Sarteneja village for example. Let me know how I can assist you my number is WhatsApp 005016215622 or email Eliceo Ken welcomes you to Belize.

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Kenubelizeit
12/28/2020 16:10 EST

Hello I am Eliceo pronounced Eliseyo my last name is Ken. I have had the opportunity to live in Corozal town in Xaube village Belize city and more live across Placencia lagoon in Independence village . If I can help in answering questions from a local perspective as well as having lived in the USA as a child I would do my best to be honest and will not sugarcoat the truth. Welcome to Belize and may 2021 be a better year for everybody.

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marquisto
1/10/2021 09:17 EST

Hi, I,m Mark, I am in my final working years in the US. I am a construction superintendent and own a Martial arts academy where I teach Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. I am trying to decide on a location to retire and Belize seemed like a great choice as the English language is spoken and would be the easiest transaction for me. I plan my first visit this year in march or April, and I have decided to check out Placencia and the Stanns Creek area. . I also am curious to see if there was a market for an ex pat to open a Jiu Jitsu / MMA academy , and how complicated it would be to make that happen.

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Kenubelizeit
1/10/2021 15:22 EST

I do not think that there is difficulty in opening a studio or training academy however because of covid regulations it would be a problem presently. The regulations may soon be lifted and quite possibly next Month we do not know what the new normal will be. Presently I know of one in Belize city and San Ignacio my cousin has a connection with the Belize city branch email me.if you like more information

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Celtexan
1/23/2021 14:23 EST

I'm a 73yo single guy currently living off Galveston Bay in Texas. I'm hoping to make my first visit with a good buddy of mine in April? depending on this COVID madness. I currently work part time, but will likely quit before I travel. I've spent a lot of time researching Belize- considered the move previously. Maya Beach and Placencia are my top 2 choices and I'm hoping to live on the frugal end of the scale. I will probably continue to teach radiology classes online if internet service permits, but I may consider an online store. My primary goals are to swim with the fishes; have sand in my crack and perfuse myself with Belikin. Hope to make some nice friends as well.

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bobbyveee
1/23/2021 18:20 EST

We had good friends living on AC they were all different nationalities and ran corp. businesses on line to control their worldwide businesses, and since then , 5 yrs back, the internet has improved and cheapened, if you can run out of country companies and get paid into a US bank you can have a good life.

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kco
1/28/2021 11:27 EST

Good morning everyone!

My name is Carole-Ann. I am planning to move to Belize with my husband John as soon as the kids are off to College, in a few years. We are obsessed with Belize, and believe it would be a perfect place for us to work remotely / retire on a pretty beach. It is such a wonderful dream!

We are eagerly awaiting our vaccine to start traveling again. If it happens this year (hope hope hope), you'd like to check out the place this year. We are thinking about the coast South of Belize City, towards Dangriga.

We welcome your advice in all matters. We have been reading tons of books, but real experience and conversion would be so much more valuable.

We are looking forward to meet you all in person one day!

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DonnieBrasco
2/14/2021 19:54 EST

Hi there??

Are you already in Belize?

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DonnieBrasco
2/14/2021 20:02 EST

Ndoni

I also love Cayo (based on my research). I have never been there as yet.

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beachdaisy
2/23/2021 14:36 EST

My husband and I are looking at visiting Belize next Spring. Coming from the frozen tundra of NW Wisconsin, we are looking for a place to spend some time during the Winter months, and possibly relocating at some time in the future. My husband has a computer repair business and I have an online store.

I'm doing due diligence before hand by reading as much as I can about the country, what is available and what is not, and generally how people handle living in a foreign country.

I've got my share of questions to ask, and I hope that you will be patient with me as I get to know more about Belize.

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bobbyveee
2/23/2021 18:04 EST

Hi , we lived on AC for 15 yrs , not sure theres much of a dream left , unemployment is 65% , the GOV is broke , etc etc, just go take a look and see for yourself. Good luck Hope youve got 100's of 1000's of $$$$.

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Ndoni67
2/23/2021 22:29 EST

@DonnieBrasco,

I am not there yet. I am trying to get at least a handful of prospective pieces of real estate to look at before I hop on a plane. I know being on the soil will probably yield better results but it just makes me feel like I at a bit of a head start.

I will go sometime before the end of the year. Seems BZE is a popular choice for many so I feel like I need to move sooner rather than later.

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Kenubelizeit
3/18/2021 14:38 EST

Good day I welcome your questions it is by asking that you learn about our country

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billsmith
4/5/2021 19:39 EST

What have you learned about covid in Belize,?

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billsmith
4/5/2021 19:39 EST

What have you learned about covid in Belize,?

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TexasCowboy
4/27/2021 15:48 EST

Hello, my name is the Texas Cowboy, I live in Texas, and I would like to know if I would like living abroad.

I'm an old cowboy/Trail rider who loves the out doors, and a little cooking, fishing, and cooking, and fishing. I currently have about (12) months until I cant actually make a decision on which way I want to make my final resting place to be but I sure think Belize just may be a right place to start, I'm just a little nervous about up-rooting.

I just can't see myself attempting to retire here in the USA it will be unreasonable I want to enjoy my last with what I have left.

Please any words of advice for me would be greatly appreciated, consider me a "Novices"

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Tarheelforlife
5/4/2021 16:08 EST

Hi! Don here. Have house on market. Would like some affirmation from expats who've made the move before making a life-changing decision.
Any help appreciated.
Warm regards, Don W

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Tarheelforlife
5/4/2021 17:07 EST

Hi, I'm Don. Have house on market. Have been thinking about this move, but would like some affirmation from expats as to what things are like there. Any help appreciated.
Warm regards, Don W

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Tarheelforlife
5/4/2021 17:13 EST

Hi, I'm Don. Have house on market. Have been thinking about this move, but would like some affirmation from expats as to what things are like there. Any help appreciated.
Warm regards, Don W

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Tarheelforlife
5/4/2021 17:27 EST

Hi, I'm Don. Have a house for sale. Thinking about Belize but need affirmation from others who've made a similar decision.
I'm a retired radiologist. My MD daughter lives in Houston, and I trained at Ft. Sam Houstion "in the old days".
What's your connection to Radiology?
Hope to hear from you. Don W

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bobbyveee
5/4/2021 17:29 EST

The biggest mistake expats make is selling their house. Many before they have even been abroad. Suicide, if you want to loose everything , then sell up and move to a strange country. How many times have you visited Belize , in all the different seasons in different areas, NO, then do so before you make a fool of yourself and loose everything. Be sensible. do your homework, do your recce. Good luck.

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ClarkForestryLLC
5/4/2021 18:15 EST

No real way to give you affirmation. Its a personal decision and situation. Recommend you don't make a decision. If it happens, it happens. Do the following.

Since your retired, recommend you visit and stay one week in each of the following areas: I would give it a breather in between locations, unless your up for two weeks in a row.

Corozal, San Pedro, Placencia, San Ignacio/Santa Elena.

a. Recommend you do the following at each location. Rent a house or condo, similar to what you would like to buy. Don't stay at a hotel.

b. At each town, get in touch with a Realtor and ask them to show you three prospective properties you describe.

c. Before you go there contact three people in each of the areas and ask to spend half a day with them and get their story and likes/dislikes.

d. Decide how and if you can "Retire". Mentally, socially, activities, etc.

e. Go to a Rotary club meeting where you can.

f. Make a list of everything you "need" and keep track by location. Internet, entertainment, medical, activities, shopping, vehicles, banking, security, just sitting still. I will be on my 11th trip and still haven't gotten my bank account opened. Don't be US centric.

g. If you decide to move to Belize decide between taking 2 years to build your dream place. Or buy from an Expat who is leaving. Virtually all Expats will leave. Cash is king, So get something of value, that you can adjust, versus waiting two years to live in something. Time is precious.

h. Are you a "Victim"? If you are a victim then don't come to Belize. You will be a victim. Take what happens as an experience. And remember Cash is King, both good and bad.

i. If you own property, you must have a caretaker. The only way out of that, is to buy a condo in a secured community. A caretaker is your number 1 priority. Even if you live there full time.

We bought 50 acres and are rebuilding an existing concrete structure. Planting a Teak plantation and a lot of fruit trees. Plan to visit Belize 8 to 12 weeks out of the year. We have had good and bad experiences, but it is just part of the flavor and experience.

Your daughter in Houston, is great. Its only a quick 2 hour trip for both of you.

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ClarkForestryLLC
5/4/2021 18:29 EST

How do you plan to retire?

Example.
We love growing fruit trees and different landscaping. Planted many fruit trees. This last trip, there was a real rocky and sunny spot that did not look useful at all. Got the idea to do a Cactus garden. Thus spent that trip looking for cactus specimens.

With that idea, our next trip we will do an orchid path. We are keeping part of our ground in natural jungle. It has many features within a 1 acre patch. Big trees, old structures, rocks, River overlook, etc. Will build a path through them and attach orchids to various spots along the shaded trail.

Attached below are some wild yam starts we rooted. Will plant them along the trail.

Key is figure out how you will "retire".

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Kenubelizeit
5/8/2021 16:30 EST

Hello Texas i would strongly recommend doing a reconnaissance tour of the country in the areas that appeal to you whether coastal or interior or island life. My email is and would be willing to answer your questions. Hope to hear from you.

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josephinflorida
5/8/2021 16:48 EST

Ken is the best learn how to get around you helped me when I was down there a great deal

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Amy5000
7/20/2021 22:59 EST

Have you moved to Belize yet? I'm in corozal.

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Amy5000
7/20/2021 23:01 EST

Did you two ever hear from anyone in Belize? Have you moved yet? I have been in Corozal for several months.

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Amy5000
7/20/2021 23:09 EST

Did you move to Belize yet? I am in Corozal and would like to connect with other Expats.

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Amy5000
7/20/2021 23:16 EST

Hi Joanne, I am planning on moving from Corozal to San Ignacio. I would like to connect with other Expats. I am from Texas.

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Amy5000
7/20/2021 23:18 EST

Did you move yet? I am in North Belize and brought my cat.

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Amy5000
7/20/2021 23:25 EST

I have been attending a gym here in Corozal and they are strict with social distancing.

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Amy5000
7/20/2021 23:31 EST

They take mask wearing seriously and no one protests it. Check out the stats because their covid rate has been extremely low. Social distancing is also taken seriously. Restaurants and many stores require hand washing prior to entry.

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spikeydave54
8/8/2021 08:14 EST

Hello,

We are driving to Belize later this year. Question for you. Can we drive our truck through without issues? We are looking to get a temporary permit. Do we ABSOLUTELY need to own the vehicle? We already have permission from the lender to drive it into Belize. I have read both posts saying you need to have the title and in our name, and others say you dont need it for a temp permit

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dirsunnydays
8/27/2021 12:29 EST

Hi John

I am heading down there in late Feb and seeking an apt to rent for a few months where were you able to find listings for apt??

Thanks

dirsunnydays

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Amy5000
8/28/2021 16:22 EST

I sent you an email. I am open to answering questions or simply connecting. Your network of Expats and locals is important when living in Belize. Life as an Expat and life as a Belizean is different. I am in Corozal town.

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Amy5000
8/28/2021 16:22 EST

By the way, did you move yet?

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Kenubelizeit
9/8/2021 11:51 EST

I will be in Corozal Friday evening through Monday touring around give me a call or whatsapp 005016215622 or email

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Keys3688
9/19/2021 14:15 EST

We moved in August to the Belmopan area. We have two cats and one dog. The cats we were able to take with us on the delta flight, but it cost us $200 per cat. Only one animal per person is allowed. We also had to pay a certified veterinarian in the states to bring them up to date on the required vaccinations and get a health certificate to travel. If you go on the baha.org.bz website you can see what exactly is needed. Also check your air carrier to see what they require. As far as the dog is concerned it depends on their size. If he can fit under the seat on the airline he can go with you. Unfortunately we have a big dog and when we flew no airlines would accept him. We had to get him to a kennel near the airport in Miami and give them the paperwork to get him on a cargo flight with Amerijet. They fly once a week to the Belize airport. In total it cost us close to $4000. Not sure if the airlines have changed to allow cargo pets so you might want to check that first. Good luck

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