CNBC featured Placencia as one of the top retirement destinations in the world
The official start of high season is November, when the weather in southern Belize is usually perfect, says Laura Diffendal, International Living’s Belize correspondent. During the day, expect temperatures in the low 80s. Evening temperatures in the 70s, and combined with sea breezes, means you won’t need anything more than a long-sleeved T-shirt.
Placencia is one of the more expensive places to live in Belize because of its popularity with tourists and expats, but the cost of living is still much lower than in the U.S. A couple can live comfortably for $2,500 a month.
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