As of 2015, some top-rated places to retire in Mexico include Puerto Vallarta and the Lake Chalapa region, as Investopedia indicates. Other places include Cancun and Los Cabos, according to Visit Mexico. Many foreign and Mexican citizens above the age of 50 choose to settle in these places permanently.Continue Reading
Puerto Vallarta has waterfalls, beaches and lush jungles, and it has a long reputation as a popular destination for retirees for a long time. The town has lively street performers, great restaurants and most people speak English. However, prices in the town are high because it is a tourist destination, explains Investopedia.
The towns of the Lake Chalapa region have spring-like temperatures and low humidity throughout the year, making them popular destinations for retirees. The cost of living is low, and the environment is secure and safe, as described by Investopedia.
Cancun has the Maya culture, and those who choose it as a retirement destination praise its natural beauty. The town is in the northeastern part of Quintana Roo, and it is home to some of the best restaurants, the world's leading hotel chains and excellent tourism services. It is a dream retirement destination for those who want to live in total harmony with nature, notes Visit Mexico.
Los Cabos serves as a center of American culture. The warmth of the town's people and its natural beauty are the only things that prevent it from looking like an American beach destination. It has comfortable weather that makes it popular with retirees, according to Visit Mexico.Learn more about Financial Planning