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"Honduras was formerly known as Spanish Honduras in order to differentiate itself from Belize, which was previously known as British Honduras."
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Visiting or even living in a different country can be an exciting and sometimes nerve-wracking experience. It’s easy to find information on the web, but where do you start? And how do you know the information you’re reading is reputable or even true? Many travel sites are biased with their reviews on destinations and specific locations within those destinations. Purchasing a retirement home or second home in a foreign country can be even more daunting, and typically a vacation to the considered location is a mandatory first step.

Where International is here to ease some of those jitters that foreign travel can bring on. We’ve done our research and provide unbiased views on various countries and specific locations within those countries.

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  • Official language is English
  • Among the least-populated country in the world
  • Laid-back vacationing/living on the Caribbean
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Costa Rica

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  • Easily accessible from North America
  • Near-perfect, year round climate
  • Known as the “happiest country in the world”
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Dominican Republic

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  • Easily accessible from North America
  • Inexpensive
  • Laid-back vacationing/living on the Caribbean
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  • Still quite undeveloped – easy to find beautiful, secluded beaches
  • Inexpensive
  • Home to The Galapagos Islands, housing many unique animal species
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  • Spectacular Caribbean coastal towns and beaches
  • Second only to Australia for stunning coral reef
  • Inexpensive


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  • Shares coastlines on both the Pacific and Caribbean
  • Very close proximity to the U.S. and Canada
  • Affordable to live, rent or vacation
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  • Still remains relatively undiscovered by tourists
  • Affordable
  • Incredible Pacific coastal areas
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  • Easily accessible from North America
  • Diverse landscape of 2 oceans, cities, rainforests and highlands
  • U.S. Dollar is standard currency
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  • Exceptional infrastructure growth
  • Politically, economically and socially stable
  • Many beautiful beaches, both populated and secluded
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We’re taught from an early age to accept that we can’t have everything we want… that we have to share or compromise. Thankfully, now that you’re an adult, and you’re considering a property purchase abroad, these ‘rules’ don’t apply.
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Where International exists to recommend a variety of International real estate options. Where International requires developers to meet stringent criteria before offering them to you. Conversely, any inspections we conduct on projects or individuals should not be misinterpreted as a guarantee by Where International. International real estate is not immune to the ups and downs that occur in North American real estate; property values are never guaranteed to increase.

Where International is not accountable for the orchestration or deliverance of Discovery Weekends. We provide them to you on behalf of our developer partners. We recommend that you purchase travel insurance, as you would with any trip out of your home country. In addition, we advise you complete your own due diligence, purchase title insurance and always use a local attorney to assist with all transactions. In the event that a reader purchases a property from a recommended developer, Where International receives a sum from the developer.