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Belize is a very small country, about the size of New Jersey, and it is sometimes in the news because of a relatively high crime rate or murder rate. A lot of this is because we have Belize City which has a population size of around 50, people. There is organized crime only in Belize City. The population size outside of there is ,, unfortunately, the crime in Belize City skews the statistics and there is not enough population in the rest of the country to absorb the crime rate.
So unfortunately, the whole country of Belize suffers because of the high crime rate in Belize City. However, Belize City is not a place that we recommend for most expats to live. That would be considered a place for an experienced seasoned expat who knows which parts of the city to go, which parts to avoid. If you took out Belize City from Belize, the crime would just be right in the middle, the same as anywhere else.
So is it safe to live in Belize? You will find the vast majority of expats, especially those that live in Placencia which is considered a small town, will say they feel very safe. In Ambergris Caye, because it is a little bit closer to Belize City, they will have a little bit more crime there. For the most part, it happens late at night. It happens when people are trying to buy drugs. It happens when people are very drunk and not following common sense.
Petty theft is high throughout the country. That is something to be aware of. But being aware of that and taking some precautions goes a long way. Is it Safe to Travel in Belize? They call them puddle jumpers. Most people get around. They say driving is comfortable for them in Belize.
Is Drug Use Allowed in Belize? As I mentioned drug use earlier, marijuana is now legal in Belize. Is Prostitution Legal in Belize? Sometimes people will ask about prostitution in Belize. As far as where to avoid going in Belize. If you are not a very seasoned Belize traveler, I really recommend starting out in Placencia, Hopkins, and Ambergris Caye. You feel pretty safe in those areas. And after you get a little bit of a comfort level with the culture in Belize, I recommend trying Cayo and Corazol.