What are the top 10 best Caribbean islands to retire?
I did not have the answer to this question, so I never made the video. Recently, It dawned on me that the audience would know the answer. So about 2 and a half months ago, I started a survey asking all of the kings/queens who I knew were retirees, which 10 islands did they find to be the best Caribbean islands to retire? And if they had it to do all over again which island would they choose first? These are the results and cost of living for the best 10 islands for a retired American to live out his days in paradise.
restrictions on foreign buyers acquiring real estate in St Lucia. Single Family homes can be bought at around $160K. And if you are really a Baller Villas in High end resorts, where many live can cost you about 10 million. Each US Dollar is about $2.65 Eastern Caribbean Dollar. Tennis, Cricket and Football are what people spend most of their day doing. St Lucia is absolutely beautiful and has the only drive in volcano in the world. You’ll also have access to the beaches, waterfalls, mineral baths, Nature trails and an awesome night life.
autiful but like Barbuda, Dominica is also recovering from hurricanes from 2 years ago. If you enjoy nature, hiking, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, scuba diving and partying then Dominica is the place for you. THERE LOTS OF BIG BEACH REGGEA PARTY’S AND IT HAS 365 RIVERS WATERFALLS AND RAINFOREST WITH SOME OF THE HIGHEST MOUNTAINS IN THE CARIBBEAN The cost of living is for a single person is close to $700 a month excluding rent.