Situated in a quiet area of Corozal Town, Parcel 2599, Block 1, Registration Section: Corozal North measures approximately 555.56 Square metres. This lot is located in a residential area of the town with access to shopping, restaurants, casino and the Corozal Bay.
This property is well elevated above the sea.
Community Features and Infrastructure - Living in Belize
Services and Amenities:-
Water service is available at buyers cost.
Electric service is available at buyers cost and billed by Belize Electricity Limited.*
Telephone service is now available through mobile service and billed by either of the two providers.
The property is ideally situated in the fast developing town and growing expat community of Corozal. It is a short drive to Corozal airstrip by car, with San Pedro 20 minutes away by plane or two hours by water taxi. The fantastic Chetumal US style Shopping Malls and the new Chetumal International Airport are conveniently 40-45 minutes by car.
Description: Getting There:-
Corozal is easy to reach by road or by air. From Belize City it is a two-hour drive. Belizes domestic airlines offers flights daily between Corozal, San Pedro and Belize City. If you are traveling overland from Mexico you can cross the border by bus or car to reach Corozal. Car rentals and bus service are both available, however, most lodges provide transfer service and can pick up visitors from anywhere in Belize.
Explore Corozal, the northern-most district of Belize. Beyond the emerald green waters of the bay, Corozal has much to offer. Four thousand years ago during the Maya Pre-classic periods, Corozal was an important seaport ruled by the Maya Cacique, Na Chan Kan. It survived the Mayan civilizations decline and the European conquest of the new world. In the 1800s, Corozal became home to refugees of the Yucatans Caste Wars. Then, as now, people have found peace, tranquility and relaxation in Corozal. The Corozal Free Zone is one of the newest attractions in the area fro those seeking opportunities in business and industry.
The rich history and people (Mayan, Mestizo, East Indian, Chinese, Creole, and Garifuna) make Corozal an interesting place, of great diversity and culture. From Corozal Town the main center if activity in the district, you can visit fascinating Maya villages, rich culture, rivers and waterways teeming with wildlife and the enchanting Corozal Bay, a sanctuary for manatees with inviting waters for swimming, sailing and other water sports. For those who want to enjoy the beauty of Belize and its rich, diverse culture, come to Corozal.
Do It All From Corozal:-
Imagine spending the morning discovering the ancient civilization of the Maya and the Santa Rita and Cerros. Temples, ball courts and come mounds have been covered with jungle growth for centuries. Listen to the sounds of the birds and feel the mystery of this sacred land as you walk through the trails. The afternoon offers many options. Take a boat ride along the New River, Rio Hondo and wetlands to experience the flora and fauna of the district, including crocodiles, ocelots, manatees and birds. Go further and marvel at the beds of water lilies on the lagoon. On your way back explore the banks of the river for tropical plants and the delicate orchids that hang from the trees. You may choose to visit one of the many Maya villages nearby where traditions are still alive or join a local "fiesta".