f you’ve been thinking about retiring in Mexico, but haven’t quite decided where you want to live, you’re in luck. It’s a big country and you have many wonderful options, from laidback beaches to pristine mountain environments and from bustling culture-rich cities to small, peaceful villages.
When choosing a location tooretire in Mexico we suggest that you think about these five points:
- The Comfort: This includes climate, terrain and safety. For many of us this means, no snow, a flat walk able urban area, and of course, we want it to be safe. We’d never consider any location that we don’t feel is generally safe — although no society is completely crime-free. Just as at home, you’ll find rough neighborhoods in every big city.
- How convenient is the location: For many, this means being close to an international airport, a good hospital, shopping and the entertainment amenities important to us.
- Cost of living: We want the place we live to be affordable. Just makes sense.
- Local Culture: You’ll be moving to a foreign community so make sure you enjoy the local culture. And be sure that there are plenty of opportunities to keep yourself engaged… whether it’s water sports or outdoor activities or music and theater and so on. Be sure your interests will be satisfied.
- And the last one, think about where have you visited or heard about that sounds like a place that you would like to retire in Mexico.
Mexico is a huge country where you’ll find just about everything you need. It offers a low cost of living in a variety of different environments, from colonial cities in the mountains to gorgeous little beach and resort towns.
The Mexican Caribbean beach town of Playa (as it’s more often referred to) is located on the Yucatan peninsula in the state of Quintana Roo and is a very popular American and Canadian retirement community. Most everyone here speaks English as many of the locals throughout Mexico.
Once a small fishing village, Playa is now the second largest Mexican resort destination after Cancun. It is also the fastest growing city in all of Mexico — having surpassed Puerto Vallarta experienced an enormous influx of people during the late 1990´s.
Just 30 minutes south of Playa lays a small fishing village called Akumal, link famous for its white sandy beaches and amazing marine life. Akumal is where you will find a new option to retire in Mexico – TAO Inspired Living. (link )
TAO Inspired Living is a residential and wellness community nestled in the private 717-acre Bahia Principe Residential Complex and surrounded by the world class Robert Trent Jones II 27-hole championship Riviera Maya Golf Course.
TAO Inspired Living is a natural sanctuary situated in the middle of the Yucatan Peninsula’s Mayan jungle with exuberant vegetation, caves, sacred natural rock pools and cenotes.
Read more here about the Investment opportunities in Mexico and at TAO Inspired Living.