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THE BEAUTY OF BELIZE.... Caption for web site Dive Into The Bounty of Belize First thing every morning I pour myself a hot cup of coffee and step out on my back patio. The trade winds are cool and gently whisper through the palm trees. The sun is warm and sparkles off the blue Caribbean Sea. I can hear the surf lazily washing up on the white sand. Some mornings a rider on horseback may gallop by. If I’m in the mood, I may go for a short run on the beach, or a kayak journey to a beautiful caye or a quick swim before starting my day. Kayaking This is Belize… Besides watching the sun rise and enjoying a low-key, laid-back lifestyle, what else can you do while in Belize? This little country, located just south of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula ranges from the Maya Mountains in the west to the Caribbean on the east. As we say at The Placencia – Experience Belize from the Rainforest to the Reef. Belize’s greatest resource is nature. It is a world class destination for the adventurer and naturalist. You can visit one of the national parks. In fact, over 46 percent of Belize is dedicated to National Parks and Marine Reserves, including United Nations World Heritage sites. With over 240 miles of Caribbean coastline there is no end of possibilities for the water sports enthusiast. Belize has the largest barrier reef in the western hemisphere. The diving and snorkeling are consistently rated among the very best in the world. Barrier reef in Belize For the sportsman, the many islands and atolls around the reef also give this area some of the best sailing, yachting and fishing in the Caribbean. The waters here teem with barracuda, bonito, bonefish, grouper, jacks, permit, pompano, sharks, snapper, snook, tarpon, triggerfish, tuna, and billfish such as marlin and sailfish. sportsman in Belize The saltwater fly-fishing in Belize is second to none world-wide. In many seaside resorts, the larger hotels and local companies offer windsurfing, jet-skiing, and parasailing. Not into watersports? Not a problem: the interior of Belize has become a top eco-tourism destination. mountains of Belize There are vast areas of untouched rainforest and savannahs which are home to over 500 species of birds, 800 kinds of butterflies, and 300 types of orchids. There are jungle hikes, bird-watching, canoeing, camping, mountain biking, and horseback riding. You can even visit the world’s only jaguar preserve. Horse back in Belize More of an adrenaline junkie? Try soaring through the jungle canopy on a zip line up to 80 feet above the ground and get a bird’s eye view of the rainforest below. After that you may need to cool off a bit by spelunking in one of the many limestone caves or even cave tubing. If you’re unfamiliar with cave tubing, it’s where you use an inner tube to gently float along on the cool water of a river as it meanders through caves and past underground waterfalls and glittering rock formations. cave in Belize Archeology more your thing? Belize has more than 900 Mayan ruins scattered throughout the country. The Mayan pyramids and temples are as spectacular as those in Egypt. archeology If you’d prefer less strenuous, more urban setting, the cities and larger town of Belize attract a growing number of Americans and other expats who enjoy beautiful neighborhoods, historic colonial manors, and cultural activities. Belize City offers visitors a window into the country’s past. Tributes to British occupation include St. John’s Anglican Cathedral, built by slaves in 1812, and Government House, which is now home to a museum that chronicles the country’s history as part of the British Empire. Then there are the many elegant restaurants and vibrant nightlife that rivals anything you’d fine in the US or Europe. How about a round of golf? The Placencia is building the first PGA-quality golf course in Belize called The Panther. Take advantage of Belize’s tropical climate and play all year round. If you prefer, just simply relaxing in a lounge chair or hammock on the beach, watching pelicans glide along just inches above the waves, or perhaps watching for manatee in the bay. relaxing in Belize Belize is a small and peaceful nation of great natural beauty, a year-around tropical climate, where you can find nearly every activity imaginable. It’s truly a place where families can create a lifetime of memories! Opportunity is knocking and we cordially invite you to discover the Beauty of Belize! Warmest Regards, Nikki, Madeleine, Mike, Rod, John, Wayne, Tony, Beverly and the entire Resort Sales Team. The Placencia Group Belize, Central America Wayne Robbins 561-988-2332 P.S. I hope you’ll come visit Belize soon. And when you do, be sure to let me know what made YOUR list of top ten things to do. If you have any questions at all about investing in Belize, please feel free to give us a call. One of our team members will be glad to be of assistance to you. If you have not done so already, please take a moment to browse our Mini Brochure and 2012 Community Newsletter in order to take in all that we have to offer at The Placencia Resort, Marina, Golf Course & Residences. THE PLACENCIA RESORT, BELIZE, CA CALL US TOLL FREE FOR MORE INFORMATION: 1-561-988-2332 The Palm Beach Investors Association has a Special Offer for all its members regarding The Marina Village, in Placencia Belize. We have worked out a special introductory pricing.- Once these units are sold, they plan to increase prices. The units are priced as follows: ► Hotel Suite #4 (approx. 450 square feet) priced at $119,000 Marina Village Hotel Suite Floor Plans.pdf (click on link below to download)   ► One Bedroom Luxury Condominium #10 (approx. 800 square feet) priced at $239,000 Marina Village 1 Bedroom Condo Floor Plan.pdf (click on link below to download)   ► Two Bedroom Luxury Condominium #6 (approx. 1420 square feet) priced at $459,000 Marina Village 2 Bedroom Condo Floor Plan.pdf (click on link below to download) Placencia Showcase Placencia Video

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