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Corozal Belize ; One of the best places to retire outside the United States


Kudamundi crossing sign, Corozal, Mexico – If you live in Corozal Town, itself, you would not need to own a car but if you live outside of town, yes you would need a car and preferably a 4-wheel drive if you were going to live here year-round because it could be a little muddy during the rainy season. There are dirt roads here so you would want to have that traction.

Retire: Corozal Town, Belize. The climate is warm year-round with temperatures mostly in the 80s and has a risk of hurricanes. Belize is second on the Global Retirement Index for cost of living, but 19th for real estate. A retired American couple can live comfortably on 2500 a month. The best of both worlds. The government operates a "qualified retired persons" program that allows non-Belizeans to enjoy perks. One-time application and program fees add up to 1350, plus another 750 per…


Corozal Town Belize - Easy Going Town On The Caribbean Sea; 2014 info Rent: Furnished apartment in a nice area: BZ$1,582 ($785) Public Transportation: BZ$140 for a monthly ticket ($69) Dinner: Lunch-time menu in the business district: BZ$14 ($6.95) Wine: Bottle of good-quality wine: BZ$40 ($19.85) Beer: 0.5l supermarket beer: BZ$3 ($1.49)

Corozal Town is a town in the nation of Belize. It is the capital of Corozal District. Corozal Town is located about 84 miles north of Beliz...