5 Reasons to Live in Los Cabos | Tao Mexico

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Retiring in a quiet location in a tropical environment is a dream we all have. Mexico has countless beautiful beaches where this dream can come true, it also happens to be one of the best destinations to retire. Even more specifically: Los Cabos on the Baja California peninsula. 

Los Cabos has a large population of retirees who come here for the wonderful quality of life, the sunny days, laid-back atmosphere, top-notch global cuisine as well as endless activities for all tastes. Los Cabos is a true paradise. 

It’s also a very hospitable destination with friendly locals who welcome visiting foreigners with a smile. If you’re thinking of moving to paradise when you retire, here are five reasons why moving to Los Cabos is a perfect decision. 

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# 1 Conveniently Located and Accessible

Location is one of the most important factors when considering the move to a new location. Los Cabos meets this requirement well as it’s a destination with easy connectivity and direct flights to cities all over the world. Folks can  come and go without issue and your family and friends will love to come visit you any time of year.  

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# 2 Los Cabos is a Safe Place to Live

Safety will always be a priority when looking for the ideal location in Mexico to retire.  Los Cabos can truly boast being a safe place to live as the state and local governments have a strong presence here to ensure the safety for all of its residents. 

# 3 Extraordinary Weather

The weather in Los Cabos is perfect, it boasts 350 sunny days every year. It’s the perfect place to get away from the frigid cold days of winter, and surprisingly for a beach destination, it has a relatively low humidity and a refreshing sea breeze.

The winter months are very pleasant - most days, you can open all the windows and let the cool breeze flow through your house - you won’t even need an air conditioner. 

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# 4 Endless Things to do in Los Cabos

No matter the time of year, Los Cabos is overflowing with things to do, things to see, and things to enjoy!  

The area has 18 golf courses, many of them world class. There are water sports all year ‘round, such as surfing, snorkeling, diving, and sailing. There are also land-based activities to explore Los Cabos' fascinating desert landscape; these include hiking, ATV tours, mountain biking, and more!

Los Cabos is made up of two small towns: Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. In Cabo San Lucas, you’ll encounter a bustling port full of shops, restaurants, and nightclubs. While San José del Cabo is the more charming, quiet and colonial town with cobbled streets, a thriving art scene and tasty restaurants.

No matter what mood you’re in, your personality style, or what food you fancy, Los Cabos has something for everyone.  

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# 5 Excellent Medical Services

Last but not least: excellent medical services.

One of the reasons why there is a large retirement community in Los Cabos is because of the great local health care system. The private hospitals in Los Cabos have modern equipment and a state-of-the-art infrastructure that is accessible and affordable. 

Likewise, the number of expats that have moved to Los Cabos for retirement has also attracted several high-profile doctors from around the world to live in Baja California. You’ll always have access to excellent medical care here.

Find your Perfect Retirement and Live in Los Cabos

For all that we've mentioned, Los Cabos is a great place to retire and live happily. The next step is for you to start looking for a property that meets your wishes and needs, and for this we can help you.

At TAO we will soon have exclusive luxury properties in Los Cabos, with amenities, 24/7 security and an extraordinary location near the beach.

Get in touch with us so that we can start talking about the type of property you want and guide you step by step in your change of residence to Los Cabos.

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