About Belize:

Belize is one of the few remaining pristine, independent places that exists today. Bordered by the north by Mexico, the south and west by Guatemala, and the east by the Caribbean Sea, Belize is considered as the bridge between Central America and The Caribbean, offering the best of both worlds. Its waters are therefore home to a magnificent array of Coral Reefs, numerous little cayes, islands, the Great Blue Hole, and many more. Inland, Belize is divided into six different districts with each possessing its own unique way of life, & boasting exquisite natural wonders from Mountains, Water Falls, Maya Ruins, Forests, Caves, Plantations, Rivers, National Parks, Reserves, and several Sanctuaries.


The Placencia Peninsula is sixteen miles of natural sandy beach, that is backed by a virgin mangrove-fringed lagoon, all tucked away and located just below the knees of Belize, or the more southern-east border of the country.

While Placencia has recently become “the new kid on the block” in terms of investment and Real Estate development, it sets itself apart because of its natural habitat and traditional charm. Placencia is the perfect laid back complement to the more trendy, Golf-cart hustle of its San Pedro counterpart…And it is quickly becoming a hot spot for those who simply want to get away and enjoy their favorite book under a coconut tree, or adventurer that wants to see what nature has to offer.

The BACC is also the official representative body & agency for The Placencia Development Group in Placencia Belize, for the US & Canadian territories, and we strive to attract the right potential partners that will not only bring additional sustainable development to the area (and the Southern part of the country), but do so in a responsible manner, not disturbing the natural make-up of our beautiful heritage.

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Ambergris Caye

Ambergris Caye

Ambergris Caye’s San Pedro Town, known to many as “La Isla Bonita”, is Belize’s most popular destination. The beautiful beaches, crystal clear waters, Tall Coconut trees, exotic marine life and breathtaking views of the second largest barrier reef in the world is spectacularly enchanting!