Retire in Mexico: Claim your Slice of
Retire in Mexico
and you will soon be a believer in magic and retirement dreams
can come true.
You might even experience the surreal sensation that this is
too good "to be real".
Well Retiring in Mexico and possibly retiring sooner that
you think, is true and real, but not for everyone.
Because, some people don't really take the necessary steps,
that could change their life forever. They hear about it,
talk about it and maybe even dream about it, but never take the
first step to discover the best place to retire in Mexico.
Personally we think that Lake Chapala is best place to
retire in Mexico.
But ask any expat retired in Los Cabos, San Miguel de
Allende, Mazatlan, La Paz, Acapulco, Guadalajara, Puerto
Vallarta, Cuernavaca, Cozumel, Guanajuato, Oaxaca, Patzcuaro or
Cancun, and you will here them sing the praises of their little
slice of Mexico paradise as the best place to retire to.
Are you ready to really find out for sure if Mexico is in
your retirement future?
Are you ready to check it out with your own eyes?
For some there are a zillion reasons to spend your
retirement in Mexico, but let me share just 3 reasons that may
get you motivated to take the next step.
Cost of living in
Mexico is a huge benefit for those of us
enjoying our life here south of the border. Every year
with enthusiasm we all pay our Mexican property
As an expatriate, we can own a beautiful home and pay a
property tax that is at the low end $50.00 US to the high end
of $300.00 US dollars a year. That's right a year.
When was the last time you paid your property tax with
Your lifestyle and where you live will dictate your everyday
Mexican cost of living. If you retire in Cancun, Puerto
Vallarta or Cabo San Lucas, Mexico your cost of living at the
beach will be higher than if you retire in Lake Chapala, or
Guadalajara, Mexico located inland, in the colonial areas.
Health Care in
Mexico is another draw for the retired
community. The medical care is exceptional and at a
fraction of the cost state side. The hospitals and
clinics are first class and the Doctors and Nurses are
excellent in their fields of expertise.
Whether you get a hip replacement in Mexico, open heart
surgery or cosmetic surgery, you will be in awe of the
professional and personal care you'll receive throughout the
entire process from surgery to complete recovery.
Mexico are among the best trained with
specialties in dental implants, root canals, gum disease and
the list goes on. Many people come for a dental vacation
in Mexico. The get dental work done for a fraction of the
cost in the States, have a great vacation and still have money
left in their pocket.
The Weather in
Mexico is truly exceptional. Whether you are
living at the beach or residing lakeside. The blue skies,
sunshine and tropical climate allows for an abundance of
beautiful lush plants, flowers and breathtaking gardens.
Lake Chapala, the largest lake in Mexico, sets the stage for
the breezes flowing softly through the open terraces and
windows in this amazing Mexican climate, the Land of eternal
National Geographic ranked Lake Chapala as the top weather
for retirement in the world.
Go ahead and check it out, Google “top weather for
retirement in the world” and see what comes up.
Still not convinced about the best places to live in
Mexico? Ok, let me add one more thing.
The retirement lifestyle in Mexico is exactly whatever you
want it to be. You can golf, play tennis, horseback ride
or hike for hours. Volunteer to help in an abundance of
charities and organizations
Learn the Spanish language or take salsa dance lessons.
Travel in Mexico comfortably through the country to see and
learn about the Mexican culture and history. Make many new
friends both Mexican and Gringos within the welcoming
Retire in Mexico is not just something to
ponder. Come and see for yourself, and you may find that
all you ever wanted is just south of the border, inviting you
to fulfill your dreams.
Check out Ajijic
Travel. Actively start making plans to visit Mexico with an
eye for retirement in Lake Chapala.
Investigate the many options for Ajijic Lodging, from
Bed and Breakfasts to something more spacious, private
and secure an Ajijic Casa Vacation
Home of your own!
Maybe start of your research by just looking at pretty
Chapala pictures and
photos of Ajijic. Next,
plan on a few things to do in Ajijic during your stay. Take in
the Wednesday street
market; join in on a free Ajijic Real Estate tour, possibly
a shopping trip to Tonala or Talaquepaque.
Visit the town of Tequila, yes, there really is a town
called Tequila. This the birth place of the magical Mexican
elixir, Tequila. Tour one of many Tequila distilleries and wrap
up the excursion with some Tequila tasting at the end of the
Stroll the cobblestone streets of Ajijic village, check out
the many Ajijic
restaurants, and see the many village art galleries and
boutiques Lake Chapala has to offer.