In Mexico, Baja Beckons Expats

August 31, 2013

Susana's Rosarito

Married, single, young, old, with kids in tow, retired or entrepreneurs — Baja Mexico is enticing expats with its promise of a better lifestyle. The choices are unlimited. The colorful culture of colonial and fishing towns, low home prices, world-class surfing on the crashing waves of the Pacific, snorkeling in the crystalline fish-rich waters of the Sea of Cortez, strolling along waterfront boardwalks, or sampling cuisine ranging from tasty street tacos to world-class dining… Baja has it all.

How do these expats live their new lives in Mexico? Doing what they love.

Read about Baja’s expats, published July 11, 2013 in Mexconnect

3 comments

    • Comment by luggageandlipstick

      luggageandlipstick Reply February 11, 2014 at 9:21 am

      Irene — I spent a lot of time in Baja last year and 2011. Love it there… the people are so nice, the food is delicious, lots of things to do, very safe…. I could go on! Where are you visiting now? I’ve enjoyed your posts on Cabo — haven’t been there (closest is La Paz) but I will be going to Cabo later this year.

  1. Comment by M Dowell

    M Dowell Reply December 29, 2017 at 10:48 am

    I travelled to Los Cabos for over 20 years and its a beautiful and peaceful place to be.The beaches are stunning and very clean , many activities to do like snorqueling, cruises,boating,fishing .golfing, scuba diving, sightseeing,eco tours, horseback riding ,nice shopping , wonderful hotels for all budgets,very classy restauranys and many to choose from with mexican food, seafood and other food from other countries….People are very friendly and everytime we visit ,we have an amazing time with kids or without them !!!!…..San Jose is very close also and is a beautiful little town …!!!!

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