Costa Rica Retirement – Between 2013 and 2016, Costa Rica has granted 1,348 foreign pensioners a temporary residence in the country, according to data from the General Directorate of Migration and Immigration.
The retired people who want to live in Costa Rica must demonstrate a life annuity whose amount is at least $1,000 per month.
The country is attractive to foreign retirees for many reasons. It has quality medical services, a variety of residential options, and many micro-climates.
Costa Rica is easily accessible, safe, economically stable, and has so much natural beauty, such as beaches, rainforests, and cloud forests.
The country has been featured in International Living.com as one of the 10 best destinations in the world to retire in the 2018 edition. It also appeared in Ranker’s best countries to retire.