Top Countries for Relocating

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The World's Best Countries for Relocating

The World's Best Countries for Relocating

Many of us dream of living abroad but can often be scared to make such a big change to our routine lifestyles and leave our home countries behind. Daunting as it may be, living abroad can be a rewarding and fulfilling endeavor and can give you the quality of life you have been looking for.

From a warmer climate to an easier going way of life, there are many foreign countries favored by expats who stay for a long time – and sometimes forever.

Is there a heaven on Earth?

Probably not but here is the list of the world’s best countries that are almost as good as that. There are many factors that you will have to consider before deciding to move to a country like the weather, cost of living, the people if it’s good for kids to be raised in and a million more things like that. And it can get tedious to research all that stuff and make a decision. So we have done all the work for you and here is a list of the best countries in the world.

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Costa Rica Fast Facts

Costa Rica Fast Facts
Population: 4,872,543
Capital City: San José
Climate: Tropical and subtropical; dry season (December to April);
rainy season (May to November); cooler in highlands
Time Zone: GMT-6
Language: Spanish (official), English
Country Code: 506
Coastline: 1,290km

Costa Rica is a beautiful country, with long stretches of deserted and undeveloped beaches…dense jungles teeming with exotic wildlife…towering volcanoes, lush green valleys, and hundreds of crystal-clear lakes and rivers…

Not only that, but the country offers a great climate year-round, neighborly atmosphere, no-hassle residence programs, excellent healthcare, a stable democracy, and safety and security. It doesn’t hurt that many retired couples report living well on $2,000 a month—that includes all their costs.

For these reasons, as well as the welcoming locals who are warm and friendly to new foreign neighbors, Costa Rica has been an expat haven for more than 30 years.

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