The allure of a better, more affordable lifestyle drew Chuck and Debbi to make a life-changing decision to leave the United States for a tranquil retirement in Panama.
Their choice is echoed by an increasing number of North Americans looking for a more affordable lifestyle and fantastic weather!
Alto Boquete is in the highlands of Panama, so you don’t need an air conditioner or a heater. But you’re only a one-hour drive to the Pacific Ocean.
The last straw for Chuck and Debbi was the $2000 a month they paid for health insurance in the United States. In Panama, their health insurance is only $175 for BOTH of them. It’s an additional $63 a YEAR for cancer insurance.
The savings in health insurance more than pay for their lifestyle in Panama .. with money left over for savings! They could both retire six years early because of the lower cost of living in Panama.
Watch this video to learn their thoughts about living in a $550-a-month Panamanian-style furnished three-bedroom, two-bath house in Alto Boquete.
Panamanian-style houses usually have tile countertops, drop-down ceilings, and smaller kitchens, bedrooms, and bathrooms.
North American-style houses are also available in Panama (at a much higher price) that have granite countertops, larger bedrooms and bathrooms, and maybe even a dishwasher!
In Panama, you have CHOICES!
In Alto Boquete, you can walk to grocery stores, affordable restaurants, fruit/veggie stands, bakeries, pet supplies, doctors, dentists, and more. Alto Boquete is less crowded than downtown (Bajo) Boquete. And it’s more affordable too.
Come see how you can LIVE BETTER for LESS in Panama!