Nicaragua has been rated as one of the best 10 places to retire in a recent survey by the U.S. News and World Report. There are some requirements to retire in Nicaragua and if you are eligible, you have many advantages that Nicaraguan people don’t have; the cost of living and medical are very affordable, transportation is not a problem and everything is close by. Nicaragua is the second poorest country in the world, but that does not keep it from being beautiful, having gorgeous beaches, friendly people and opportunities to invest on real estate or any business; the country is very safe.
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Why should you retire in Nicaragua
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00, haircuts for $1.25 and going to a restaurant have a nice meal with a bottle of wine for $20.00; there are very good hospitals and two well-known are in Managua, the capital, the Vivian Pellas Metropolitan Hospital and Hospital Bautista. “A full-day, executive physical check-up (for a 40-year-old) including EKG on a treadmill, X-rays, ultrasound, colonoscopy and gastroscopy, full blood work, and consultations is less than $500.” (International Living Publishing, 2014)
Transportation. There are different ways to go places in Nicaragua: buses pass very often in Managua, there are local buses and buses that take you from city to city, taxies are very popular nonetheless make sure that they have a red license plate with clear numbers also you can rent a car at the airport or the Hotel International in Managua, the cars are in good condition and prices are fair; to travel to the Caribbean coast, Bluefields and Corn Islands, the best way to get there is by plane, a boat is needed to visit the islands in the Lago de Nicaragua always keep in mind that Nicaragua is only 2 hours away from Miami International Airport and flights are very often seven days a week.
Real Estate and Businesses. Nicaragua has many properties and lots to pick whether they are in the mountains, along the beach or the city the prices are lower than in California or Florida even less than the pricy neighbor...