Living in Belize – Building in Belize

Living in Belize is a dream come true for many Canadians, Americans and Europeans. It’s the tropical climate. It’s the people. It’s building your home just the way you envision it. Why Belize and why Cerros Sands?

What is it about Belize that is so attractive?

English Speaking

Belize is English speaking and this draws a large number of Ex-pats. Not having to translate important documents is easy as everything is in English. Communicating is not a challenge.


Temperatures in Belize range from 50°F to 95°F with an annual mean of 79°F. November to January are traditionally the coolest months with a 75°F average and May to September are the warmest at about 81°F average.

Why consider Cerros Sands?

Cerros Sands is located in the Corozal District of Northern Belize. Developer / Owner Mark Leonard had a vision to create a community that was Eco Friendly, Unique and full of offerings that appealed to those considering retiring or having a seasonal home in Belize. What are those features?

Channel System

The Channel system is unique in concept and design. It weaves its’ way through the Cerros Sands development and allows the avid Mariner to have a boat slip right at their door. This provides easy access to the Caribbean Sea. Imagine that!

Custom Building

At Cerros Sands, any number of contractors can be secured to build the home of your dreams. As seen in the photos Murray and Laurie’s home is well under way. This Canadian couple visits the site often and has the Cerros Sands work team doing the construction.

Cerros Sands is a master planned gated community located in the northern district of Corozal, Belize. Visit Cerros Sands online at

By | 2017-08-18T17:01:00+00:00 August 18th, 2017|Blog, Murrays|0 Comments

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