Expat Exchange
Free MembershipSign In
Cabo San Lucas

What do I need to know before retiring in Cabo San Lucas?

Answer this Question

When we asked people what advice they would give someone preparing to move to Cabo San Lucas, they said...

"Expat retirees should research their chosen retirement area thoroughly to ensure the lifestyle they are looking for is available locally. They should consider factors such as government support and local laws and regulations, the cost of living and taxes, the local climate, the availability of amenities and quality of healthcare, and the friendliness of the local population. It is also important to investigate Mexico’s visa and immigration requirements for people staying for extended periods of time. Lastly, expats should familiarise themselves with Mexican culture, customs, and language to ensure a smooth transition when moving to Cabo San Lucas," commented one expat who made the move to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

Traveling MailboxTraveling Mailbox
Connect

Traveling Mailbox serves thousands of travelers, expats, digital nomads, businesses, individuals and others in over 47 Countries by scanning their postal mail so they can view it online anywhere in the world. They provide customer service 7 days a week so if you need assistance, it is just a phone call away. Traveling Mailbox works with Evernote, Bill.com and Dropbox. And, there are Traveling Mailbox apps available for iOS and Android devices.

Click connect to have our partner contact you via e-mail and/or phone.

Traveling MailboxTraveling Mailbox

Traveling Mailbox serves thousands of travelers, expats, digital nomads, businesses, individuals and others in over 47 Countries by scanning their postal mail so they can view it online anywhere in the world. They provide customer service 7 days a week so if you need assistance, it is just a phone call away. Traveling Mailbox works with Evernote, Bill.com and Dropbox. And, there are Traveling Mailbox apps available for iOS and Android devices.
Connect

Click connect to have our partner contact you via e-mail and/or phone.

"Be clear on what your intention is for moving to Mexico. To get a retirement visa is very different then getting a work visa. If you are coming to work be sure you have enough money to live for at least 6 months. Find your tribe, there is a wide range of people here, know who you are and who you want to hang with. Do your homework read through the Mexico government sites, there is a lot of information there....however know that things can change in a heart beat, So make sure your information is current when you decide to move. Get on the Facebook groups, ask questions, we stick together here, we help each other out," remarked another expat in Cabo San Lucas , Mexico.

Other Questions:

What do I need to know before retiring in Cabo San Lucas?

If you live in Cabo San Lucas, newcomers to Cabo San Lucas would love to hear your answer to this question.


Cabo San Lucas

Traveling Mailbox
Traveling Mailbox

Traveling Mailbox lets you view your postal mail online anywhere and it's is affordable, simple, and flexible.
Learn More

Traveling MailboxTraveling Mailbox

Traveling Mailbox lets you view your postal mail online anywhere and it's is affordable, simple, and flexible.
Learn More

Contribute to Mexico Network Contribute
Help others in Mexico by answering questions about the challenges and adventures of living in Mexico.

GeoBlue
GeoBlue

Copyright 1997-2024 Burlingame Interactive, Inc.

Privacy Policy Legal