This town has the best of both worlds: it offers retirees beaches and tranquility in Corozal, and big-city amenities such as malls and museums just across the border in Chetumal, Mexico. English is the official language, though Spanish is widely spoken. The government operates a qualified retired persons program that allows non-Belizeans to enjoy perks such as tax-free imports of household goods, cars and even airplanes. To live comfortably here, in this northernmost Belize town, one would have to bring in $2,500 a month.
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