As a guest, you should only stay in one region in Belize. The place is an island that can be accessed by boat in thirty minutes from Belize’s main land.
A significant number of foreigners live and work there permanently, while hundreds of thousands of tourists come by air each year.
We call it the “Ibiza of Central America” since it provides a broad variety of wonderful opportunities and activities, such as superb dining, diving, fishing, snorkeling at coral reefs, and other water sports.
There is a fantastic island nightlife as well as an endless choice of family-friendly activities.
The world’s most famous diving destination (The Blue Hole), which is about 30 minutes by boat from the island, is surrounded by the world’s second-largest coral reef. The beaches and sunsets are spectacular.
Ambergris Caye is home to the island’s capital, San Pedro. The fact that Ambergris Caye isn’t considered among the top tourist destinations in Central America and the Caribbean baffles us. It is, at the very least, the most undervalued.
We work with Belize’s leading real estate developers to provide a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to eager investors who realize Ambergris’ potential.
The property in Mahogany Bay Real Estate Belize offers a whole new level of Caribbean pleasure and opulence.
Here, exceptional craftsmanship is mixed with contemporary conveniences in a streamlined interior design meticulously selected by a group of creative visionaries.
These waterfront homes are full of charm, elegance, and cutting-edge design, and they emanate an aggressively modern personality.
Mahogany Bay Village, a wealthy beachside neighborhood, is home to a Hilton Curio Resort.
The project, one of the last options for low-cost luxury real estate investment in the Caribbean, allows individuals to own and run private estates or generate rental income in one of the area’s most popular places.
The only gated and master-planned community in Belize, the development pays respect to the Caribbean’s charm and beauty and incorporates an integrated canal system.
Mahogany Bay’s luxury buildings feature unrivalled architecture and an incredible choice of facilities and are just a 10-minute drive from the San Pedro Airport.
Mahogany Bay Village is located on Ambergris Caye, the island that is home to the bulk of Belize’s expats, roughly one mile south of San Pedro Town, the most well-known tourist destination in the country.
Mahogany Bay is an amazing blend of art and usefulness, with a luxury design, a lively local culture, and Ambergris Caye’s unrivalled beauty and comfort.
Mahogany Bay is a brand-new, dynamic community with a tropical island feel. The design of the houses will be reflective of a specific Caribbean architectural style.
In these lavish mansions, owners may live, love, dine, and have fun all across Ambergris Caye.
In addition to personal use, the ownership allows for overnight rentals under professionally managed administration.
Mahogany Bay’s potential
Travel and tourism firms continue to see Belize’s tourist economy as “developing.”
This is because neither the country as a whole, nor Ambergris Caye in particular, today has the infrastructure required to meet demand and manage substantial charter tourists.
The Caribbean’s well-developed tourism industries are critical to country economies. Private residences added to the larger Mahogany Bay Village Belize development would help to relieve the supply constraint and bring the market closer to meeting demand.
The baby boomer generation is quickly approaching retirement not just in the United States, but across the world.
This generation in the United States controls the bulk of the country’s wealth and accounts for 40% of total consumer demand. According to some forecasts, they may also inherit $7.6 trillion during their lifetimes.
As their working lives come to an end, many will begin to travel more with their families, and many will search for second and third homes.
Others who are less rich may choose regions where their resources may stretch farther to support their extended life spans.
As a group that is currently adding 10,000 members per day to the population age 65 and older, at a rate that will actually increase over the next two decades.
They have few options for retirement locations that allow for easy travel to visit family, friends, and medical facilities, as well as a familiar culture.
However, Belize does give that. It’s near Miami, speaks English, has a thriving expat community, and is an English-speaking country (and also has direct flights from Denver, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Newark, and Chicago).
Belize’s status as a tourist destination is likewise growing. The demand for tourist rentals has increased by 44% in the previous five years, but the increase in monthly or nightly rents has not kept pace.
This has naturally resulted in larger earnings for investors and property owners.
In case we didn’t mention it, Caye Ambergris Caye attracts more than 75% of all tourists to Belize, with a peak occupancy rate of 71.5%.
This means that we are offering a high-return opportunity at a great price in a popular tourist destination that is rapidly increasing.
Why Is Mahogany Bay a Good Investment in Belize?
San Pedro and Ambergris Caye are among the best places in the world for safety. There is no crime in that sense since criminals find it difficult and costly to travel to the island, and many more find it hard to leave and return.
The island also has an excellent security system. The main risk is getting too much sunburned, so you can easily leave your kids on the beach alone.
There are a few suburban neighborhoods where you would not bring your dog, and a few others where it is absolutely safe.
Belize is what it is; you must be conscious of your surroundings. We feel that the best site is at San Pedro on Ambergris Caye.
In San Pedro, there is just one development that satisfies the highest international standards, includes a five-star luxury hotel, retail shops, and eating areas, and has the finest price-to-quality ratio in the Caribbean Sea and Latin America.
The owner of the enlargement, which has bags deep enough to preserve the highest touchstones, is one of San Pedro’s major land-owning families.