By Next Big Futures StaffThe final Primland resort in Belize is closing its doors for good in 2022.
The resort, which was opened in 1999, is the last Primland Resort in the country.
It’s located in the middle of a forested landscape and is located in a remote region of the country, surrounded by a rugged, rocky and mountainous terrain.
The resort has an annual budget of about $6 million and serves as the headquarters for the Primland brand.
The company, which also owns and operates several other resorts around the world, said it’s closing its resort as of the end of the 2022 calendar year.
In a statement on the Primlands website, the company said, “The final decision on the future of Primland was made at the end (of) October.
It was decided to close the resort for the foreseeable future, which is a significant loss for our customers and our team.
The Primland team is deeply saddened to have to announce this decision.”
The company did not say how many employees would be impacted.
The news comes as Primland, a company that started in 1976, has been struggling with a shrinking revenue and increasing expenses.
Last year, the resort closed its last resort in Costa Rica.
In a letter sent to employees, the Primlanders stated that Primland will begin a search for a new home for the company in the coming months.
It said it will announce the next steps of the search in the next few months.
Primland has been a major player in the resort industry since it opened in the early 2000s, and its operations have spread across the globe.
Primeland’s final resort in Nicaragua, Primera Nova, opened in 2016.
It is the largest resort in the Central American country.
Primas Costa Rica is the second-largest resort in Central America and the fourth-largest in the world.
Primals Costa Rica operates seven other resorts, including a resort in Uruguay.
Primals Costa Rico operates a total of 20 resorts.