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What is the crime rate?

In general, whenever you’re traveling in an unfamiliar country, stay alert. The residents of San Pedro realize that the island’s livelihood depends on the goodwill of its tourist (the mainstay of its economy), so crimes against visitors are rare. In any case, don’t take walks in unfamiliar areas at night, safeguard your possessions and never leave items unattended.

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Comment By Gerald Hege - Wed, May 11th, 2016 6:51 PM
I have visited Ambergris Caye, San Pedro, Belize many times. Like anywhere, don‘t place yourself in wrong places and remember, nothing good ever happens after midnight. The people‘s lively hood depends on your spending. They are very friendly and hard working.
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