350 Days of Sunshine: Retiring in Paradise
The first step in realizing your dream is learning about the benefits of retiring in Mexico. Especially in Los Cabos, which has increasingly become a destination of choice for millions of travelers.
Reasons may be varied: a relaxed lifestyle, fun activities, good healthcare, warm weather and of course the extensive range of Los Cabos real estate, from affordable condos to luxury villas and homes. Here we will elaborate on some of the best reasons to retire in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, Mexico.
You can’t beat the quality of life. A laidback lifestyle is a norm here. Whatever your reasons for settling down in Cabo are – whether you want to escape the rush of the city or just enjoy a better lifestyle for less than you would pay back home – you are very likely to discover that the quality of your life will improve manyfold in this small city. Wherever you go, people will charm you and the natural beauty of Los Cabos will embrace you.
Retirement in Mexico is more affordable than in the U.S. or Canada. Your money will buy you much more here than back home. In fact, many report their lifestyle has greatly improved while their cost of living has decreased. Medical care is good and at a fraction of the cost in the U.S. and Canada.
Is the weather in Los Cabos perfect? Most would agree it is. Where else in the world will you find a climate that certainly qualifies for perfect? Put that together with no pollution and stunning natural beauty and you will know why Los Cabos is referred to as paradise. There are usually a few storms during the summer months (July through October), but the much-needed rain is a well-received blessing since the climate is arid with over 300 days of sunshine.
Beaches? We got them. Along with world-class stunning sugar sand beaches where you can relax while enjoying a margarita. Popular activities include fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding, snorkel, and diving. With such gorgeous views down there at the bottom of the ocean, it doesn’t take long to see why Jacques Cousteau named the Sea of Cortez “the aquarium of the world”.
Bottom line: If you like good weather, friendly people, variety and incredible food, then retiring in Cabo should not be a difficult decision to reach.
What are you waiting for? Deep down in your heart you know it’s time to slow down and start a new life in Mexico, so you can wake up every morning to enjoy the quality of life this paradise has to offer. I can help you make this a reality. Contact me now and let’s plan together on making your retirement in Cabo the best years of your life!