|Toorizm eena Bileez groa lat dehnya dayz, ahn da now di sekan bigis indoschri eena di nayshan. Bileezyan Praim Minista Dean Barrow (2019) don seh ih plan da fi yooz toorizm fi fait gens paverti eni plays ih deh eena di konchri. Di divelopment eena toorizm da wahn gud ting fi indoschri laik agrikolcha, biznis, ahn fainans, plos kanschrokshan. Di ifek pahn di Bileez ikonomi sayka toorizm impoatant, ahn fi di fos taim eena Bileez hischri, bak eena 2012, Bileez mi welkom nayli wan milyan tooris.
|| Tourism in Belize has grown considerably recently, and it is now the second largest industry in the nation. Belizean Prime Minister Dean Barrow (2019) has stated his intention to use tourism to combat poverty throughout the country. The growth in tourism has positively affected the agricultural, commercial, and finance industries, as well as the construction industry. The results for Belize's tourism-driven economy have been significant, with the nation welcoming almost one million tourists in a calendar year for the first time in its history in 2012.