Is Ecuador good for expats?

Is Ecuador good for expats?

Ecuador regularly shows up on those “Best Places to Retire Abroad” lists. International Living named Ecuador its No. 4 country for the past two years and Live and Invest Overseas ranked Cuenca, Ecuador No. 7 on its 2019 list.

Are there expats in Ecuador?

Expats share some of their favorite places to live in Ecuador from beautiful colonial cities to affordable beach towns. Expats in Ecuador share their experiences with healthcare and overseas medical insurance in Ecuador.

How much money would I need to retire in Ecuador?

Cost to Retire in Ecuador A retiring couple can live comfortably for about $1,800 per month. A single person can retire well for around $1,400 per month. Plus, Ecuador uses the U.S. dollar as its currency. This eliminates any currency transfer fees.

Is there an expat exchange forum in Ecuador?

Welcome to Expat Exchange’s Ecuador Forum. This expat forum is the perfect place for expats living in Ecuador and people thinking about moving to Ecuador. Since 1997, Expat Exchange has been connecting expats in Ecuador. Importing Valuable Collections?

Where to live as an expat in Ecuador?

Cumbaya and its neighbor, Tumbaco, are mixed communities with dense residential neighborhoods, large houses with acreage, and small farms, giving expats a wide choice of living situations. Located in the far south of Ecuador, Loja remains a little talked about retirement destination.

Where is the best place to retire in Ecuador?

Ecuador continues to land on International Living’s top ten list for best retirement destinations worldwide. Expats looking for affordable housing, quality medical care, and rich cultural history flock not only to the high Sierran city of Cuenca, but also to small towns dotting the mainland from the Amazon Basin to the Pacific Coast.

What to do in Cuenca as an expat?

Follow Expats Ecuador (por favor)! articles help inspire your thirst for learning more about Ecuador. Cuenca is blessed with several fantastic hot spring options. Our two favorites are Piedra de Agua and Termas Pumamaqui. Whilst both are great, they are very different offerings.