Do you have a retirement plan?
Many people have these unaccomplished goals. It is a bucket list of sorts that they take out after retirement. Others try to catch up on what they missed out when they were hidden behind cubicles.
However, when the initial excitement subsides they all start craving a steady routine. They begin to think about how you have all the time in the world but nothing to do with it.
Therefore, several retirees opt for a “life makeover” by moving out and starting fresh. Are you wondering which are the most popular destinations for retirees in South America?
Where do retirees go? If you have money in your pocket then the whole world is your camping ground. However, in this economy, the safest and practical bet is South America.
This is because it is:
- Rich in European culture minus the culture shock
- A vast open terrain of mountains, ridges, valleys, and glaciers
- Busting with life and activities for you to pursue
Sounds like a good place to settle in right?
To give your plans a jump-start we have listed down the top three places to settle down in South America:
This lovely southwestern country is pretty as a picture. Ecuador has the magnificent mountains, streaming rivers, dense Amazon jungles, and warm coastal beaches. It is a breath of fresh air for most of the corporate creatures that end up settling down there.
Moreover, it is really affordable and the bus transit system connects you with all the historical cultural spots and cities. This means you will have easy access to everything the country has to offer.
Was Argentina on your traveling list? How about you make it your home?
This spectacular place is the ultimate retreat for any retiree. The country has everything from deserts, mountains to glaciers and beaches. Hence, the topographical features and booming culture make it the perfect retiring spot for people from all walks of life and with all kind of interests.
Don’t believe us?
Have a look for yourself:
- Like history? Then immerse yourself in the colonial architecture of the country in places like Cordoba and Buenos Aires.
- Into wines? Then the vineyards of Mendoza and Salta will keep you occupied for years.
- A nature lover? While the whole landscape in a nature retreat we suggest you head down to Bariloche
This little country is the sunshine land of South America. It is one big beach party over here. Additionally, as it is located right between Argentina and Brazil, you get a chance to hop over to the swamps or skid the glaciers at your whim.
This certainly is the best place to sit back and relax under the sun with a great book in your hand. If you get bored, then socialize with the friendly locals and fellow foreigners residing there.
We don’t know about you but we have already started jotting down pros and cons of all these splendid spots.
What about you? Are you ready to embark on the next big adventure?
Please check our website for more destinations for retirees in South America