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You are not alone! Why? Mexico offers you year round great weather and your dollars and pesos go further! Beyond cars and electronics, virtually everything you buy is cheaper in Mexico. Not to mention the sheer natural beauty, history and rich culture.

You can live in Mexican cities and towns at the same lifestyle level as in the U.S. and Canada for less money. Or, you can “adopt and adapt” and live well while saving Big!

A good way to get started with your plans is by reading our Mexico Relocation Guide. This free 76-page report, updated for 2013-14, is full of valuable information and insights to help you craft your plans and gather resources to make your move to your paradise in Mexico.

No matter where you are on the spectrum; daydreaming or getting into the details, this is a great guide to keep you informed.

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Everything you find here is written and offered by Expats living in Mexico for seven years! You are instantly gaining immense amounts of wisdom that will save you endlessly!

We hope you enjoy the website and find it extremely useful while you craft your dreams into plans for Mexico!

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If you listen to all the news headlines about Mexico's drug war you might believe the whole country is a drug war zone; then again you probably wouldn't be reading this, so congratulations on over coming the … Find Out More!

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We have compiled a thorough guide of places to live, costs of living, immigration, financial planning, insurance and everything else an Expat will need to know when vacationing to & living in Mexico. Click the button to the right to download our free guide to Mexico

Safe Places To Live

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Baja Norte & Sonora

Northwest Mexico, including "Baja California Norte" and the Mexican state of Sonora are bordered by the U.S. states of California, Arizona and New Mexico. The Mexican state of Chihuahua is to the east, and Sinaloa is to the south. Although these are … Read More...

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Mexico's South Pacific Coast

Mexico's Southern Pacific Coast includes miles of sandy beach, rocky cliffs, and mountainous tropical forests that provide surfing, sailing, fishing, scuba diving, kite boarding, hiking, birding and more! Nearly year round temperate climates of 75 – … Read More...

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The Mayan Riviera

The Riviera Maya area of the Yucatan Peninsula stretches from Cancun through Playa del Carmen southward to Tulum, and includes the island of Cozumel, located 20 kilometers from Playa del Carmen into the Caribbean. Many people, both visitors and … Read More...

Fun Places To Visit

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Visit Campeche

Breaking the tide of the Gulf of Mexico, Campeche (Com pay CHAY) is one of the oldest colonial cities in Yucatán Peninsula, founded in 1540. In golden years, it thrived as the major port; trading timber, dyewood, silver and gold. An elegant city soon … Read More...

San Miguel De Allende

Visit San Miguel De Allende

San Miguel De Allende, located in the state of Guanajuato, is a beautiful city rich in architecture and culture.  After Mexico's War of Independence, foreign artists, painters, architects and art students from the U.S. and around the world came to … Read More...

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Living In Tulum

Average Lifestyle Rating: B - (range  C+ to A+) Tulum has an extremely low crime rate. The largest crime complaint is theft due to "opportunity". Keep a mindful eye on your belongings, try your best to remember them and you will be fine. To get … Read More...

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Going Off The Wall In Tulum!

Here are some amazing pieces of Mexican art that cover many walls in Tulum! The word Zama which means City of Dawn in the Maya language is also commonly believed to be the ancient name of Tulum. Tulum was also referred to as the walled city due … Read More...

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Preparing a Mexican Will

In Mexico, there is no legal requirement to have a will which is why many Americans and Canadians waffle over creating one.  However, just like it is north of the border, the main reason you should create a will is to protect a surviving spouse … Read More...

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Things NOT to Bring to Mexico

Whether you are just visiting Mexico or making the move as an expat there are some things you will want to leave at home. There are the obvious things like guns (you must have a special permit for those) and illicit drugs, medical marijuana is … Read More...