4 Affordable Countries To Buy A Tropical Sea View

Post-holiday blues are the worst. After returning from some fantastical, tropical paradise, home can seem dull and dreary by comparison. If only you could stay on holiday forever… well, why don’t you? Believe it or not, owning your own slice of tropical paradise might be more affordable than you think. Here’s some inspiration for affordable luxury that you can call your own!



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The Caribbean Sea makes for quite an oceanic view, and with the world’s second longest barrier reef running along the coast, Belize is a fantastic choice. You’ll probably want to make the most of that gorgeous seascape, but the tropical jungle and Mayan ruins are sure to draw you away – for a little while, at least.

For further information on real estate in Belize, visit www.buybelize.com/index.html



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Much more than just somewhere to hang your hat, Panama is an excellent country to choose for your tropical home. That sea view could be either the Pacific Ocean or Caribbean Sea – your choice – and there’s plenty of white sand to go around, too. To add to the affordability, there are certain products and services that will cost you next to nothing, too, such as housekeeping, cinema tickets and beer.

For further information on real estate in Panama, visit www.movetopanamaproperties.com

Koh Samui


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Thailand’s third biggest island was a well hidden secret until the last 100 years or so, and we can see why the Thai people wanted to keep the place to themselves. The gorgeous golden sands and incredibly vibrant colours of the flora and fauna make this place hard to beat, and luckily the islanders are thoroughly welcoming and happy to share.

Technically you’re not allowed to own land as a foreigner in Thailand, but you are allowed to own a house. And with views such as they are, that would be fine with us.

For a great guide to moving to Koh Samui, visit www.samuiholiday.com/livingonsamui.html


Located in the South Pacific close to Australia and Fiji, this series of islands is utterly irresistible, especially if you’re looking for a tax haven. Foreigners have only been able to buy real estate since 2005, and though it has become a popular destination for expats, property prices have remained low – leaving you with more cash to enjoy the incredible local cuisine and vibrant nightlife.

For further information on moving to Vanuatu, visit www.escapeartist.com/Live_In_Vanuatu/ or if you want more information about investing in property overseas here is a helpful article from NBC.

A Bit About Me

My name is Joshuah Marshall. I work for Quintessentially Estates in London. We offer concierge and lifestyle property services, so my job involves spending a lot of time reading up on the best locations around the world to buy or rent luxurious properties. Good look with your property hunt!

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