You want to move abroad. The world is full of incredible places that are friendly to expats, full of opportunity, and that still value privacy and liberty. You know this and you’re ready to move somewhere amazing and change your life (for the better). Your family, however, has no idea. What do you do?
Can you convince your family to leave everything they know, move to a foreign land, and build a better life with you?
Yes. Yes you can. But it won’t be simple and you’ll need to be patient and willing to compromise.
How do you do this…
The orientation of Quintana Roo, the state that houses the Riviera Maya (the Americas’ favorite tourist destination), is incredibly convenient for travelers and residents alike; but it almost seems built for tourism.
Small cities and even smaller towns dot Federal Highway 307 that runs north-south a few miles inland along the gorgeous coastline of the Mexican Caribbean. Each is its own kind of paradise with unique characteristics and charm that’s worthy of attention.
In between the magical pueblas and high end resorts carved out of the jungle along the highway are dozens of hidden gems like cenotes, caves, farms, fruit…
The coastal area of Mexico between Cancun and Belize, known as the Riviera Maya, is a lush tropical beach paradise whose perfectly white beaches and cool blue waters make it a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. It’s a dreamy place filled with magical locations, beautiful scenery, and lovely, friendly people.
It’s the kind of place that people dream of retiring to but -given how unpredictable and awful the world has become over the last couple of years- I say, why wait?
Here are ten reasons to dream about living in paradise in the Riviera Maya: