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Retiring Soon? Check Out These Locations With Amazing Weather Conditions

The first thing that comes to mind for several people who are close to retirement and who crave a warm destination is FLORIDA. However, it will interest you to note that there are actually some destinations with more serene weather, provided you don’t mind going out of the United States.

A new International Living report which revolves around retirement abroad has ranked different destinations where you can spend your retirement years based on weather factor.

The report puts into consideration the fact that it isn’t everybody who likes the heat.  According to International Living’s executive editor, Jennifer Stevens, the kind of weather people prefer is quite personal.

She, however, added that a common strength of the countries that topped the list based on their climate is that the countries have a wide range of climates and so retirees get to choose based on what suits them best. The choice list that ranges from cooler highlands and steamy beaches.

A common strength of the countries that topped the list based on their climate is that the countries have a wide range of climates

The five places topping the list include

  1. Ecuador

According to a correspondent, Jim Santos, Ecuador has beaches that are warm all through the year. In addition, the report indicates that there are locations in Ecuador hills where you do not even need to have an air conditioner or heater.

Ecuador has beaches that are warm all through the year and places where you do not even need to have an air conditioner or heater

  1. Costa Rica

If you are one who likes both the breeze and heat, the report indicates that you will find an eternal spring of that in Central Valley, Costa Rica. An International Living correspondent, John Michael Arthur, said the beaches are warmer and the higher mountains are cooler. However, it is possible that you easily find different degrees of the weather even in just one town only by moving up or down or even going around the hillside.

  1. Colombia

When in Colombia, you really don’t need to check the morning temperature. According to the report, Colombia’s weather is tropical and warm or sometimes spring-like temperature, and that varies based on region. However, the weather is consistent all through the year. According to Nancy A. Kiernan, one of the correspondents, January feels and looks like October.

  1. Mexico

The weather in Mexico varies a lot based on the region. For instance, the weather in the North is cooler during winter while the temperature remains the same all through the year in the South. However, when it comes to extreme weather, there is nothing to get you anxious as that does not exist.

According to a contributor, the whole country is mild and warm, and there’s just a little snow on the areas with very high peaks. In any instance when the evenings get chilly, covering yourself with a sweater would be enough for comfort.

Mexico is mild and warm, and there’s just a little snow on the areas with very high peaks

  1. Portugal or Peru

Peru has cool spots for those who love all the different kinds of weather. Another contributor with International Living, Steve LePoidevin noted that virtually all climate zones that exist are predominant in one part of Peru or the other.

For instance, in the city of Trujillo, located on the North Coast, it hardly rains. Also, the temperature in the area is around 70°, and if you love the rain, then the northern winter will do just fine for you.

Other locations you should also consider in the U.S.  include:

  1. Yuma, Arizona

Should you decide to stay back in the U.S., Yuma which is located along Colorado River banks might be just right for you. The city can rightly be described as the sunniest in the U.S., with very low humidity. Yuma was founded as far back as 1540, and it also has various culture and history for your exploration. There are also numerous activities such as boating, tennis, golf, and fishing to keep you occupied.

  1.  Savannah, Georgia

The area has sunny and mild winters, and so you have to be able to adapt to the region’s humidity. Savannah also has lots of amazing restaurants and different activities to keep you busy, such as golfing and exploring the city.

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