Consejo Shores is a tranquil residential development seven miles north of Corozal Town, Belize. It is mainly an expatriate community just south of Consejo village. This safe and friendly community has 1 ¼ miles of sea front property and is about eight feet above sea level. Home to Playa del Consejo, this peaceful neighborhood has something for everyone’s pleasure. Archeological tours, pristine beaches, caving and hiking are all less than an hour away. With a wide array of onsite amenities such as the library, community center and a 9-hole golf course, there is something here for everyone to enjoy!
Corozal is the northern most district of Belize and shares a border with Mexico. This district has a population of approximately 10,000 residents. The main town, Corozal Town, situated between the New River and Rio Hondo River, is 85 miles away from Belize City. Minutes away from Playa del Consejo, Corozal Town contains various appetizing restaurants, entertaining bars and charming hotels as well as reliable public institutions such as the police station, fire station and hospital. A local bus terminal can also be found in the town for transportation throughout captivating Belize and also to the neighboring Mexican City of Chetumal, Quintana Roo. Chetumal offers additional activities such as the zoo, museums, movie theater, casino and a North American style shopping mall.
For the adventure-seekers, Corozal also offers tours to nearby ancient Mayan ruins such as Cerros and Santa Rita which are rich in culture and history. Belize is home to over 500 species of birds, because of its diversely rich ecosystem. The lagoon in Corozal is ideal for bird watching. On any given day, you can surely spot Belize’s national bird, the Keel-billed Toucan, feeding on fruits with its oversized beak of vibrant colors; or the rare Jabiru stork spreading its ten foot wings as it soars through the clear skies. There are also water taxis from Corozal Town that can take you to islands like Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker with white sandy beaches that frame the Belizean coast line. These pristine islands are located on the second largest barrier reef in the world and offers deep sea diving and world class fishing experiences.