Why Nicaragua? Nicaragua has been identified as one the best low cost retirement destinations by numerous news sources such as MSNBC which featured Nicaragua as “The World’s Best Kept Retirement Secret” and the U.S. News and World Report calling the country one of the top 10 retirement destinations in the world.
NicaTour Group evolved from a partnership between three people, one already an ex-pat, who saw the need for such a tour. Nicaragua is a desirable retirement destination because of its low cost of living, low crime rate and ease of obtaining a retiree residency visa through their government Retiree Benefit Program. Nicaragua is seen as offering a high standard of living for a lower cost, something many retirees are seeking. Economically speaking, industry and corporate interests have recognized that Nicaragua is the place to be now in Central America because of its rapid growth and return on investment potential.
What sets the 12 Day Fact Finding tour apart from other retirement/relocation tours are three major factors. NicaTour Group's fact finding tour is an informational tour, packed with need-to-know information for would-be immigrants.
This is not just a tour of Nicaragua but rather an informational tour which includes series of presentations by well-known experts in the form of a mini-conference. A group of experts will be addressing key issues and concerns potential immigrants have when deciding to make the move. Questions such as residency, healthcare, investing in real estate, cost of living and title insurance are some of the key concerns the 12 Day Fact Finding tour will answer. To find out who's presenting on this innovative tour, see http://nicatourgroup.com/
Secondly, this tour takes guests throughout Nicaragua from such places as Managua to the highlands of Matagalpa, Nicaragua’s colonial cities of Leon and Granada and various locations along the Pacific coast. NicaTour Group’s tour also provides tours of the areas they bring their guests to, including a tour of Managua, a coffee farm, a national park volcano, Ometepe Islands, Leon and Granada. Other retirement tours lack this broad perspective of Nicaragua and focus on only a small area of the country if they include a "tour". Persons keen on relocating to Nicaragua want to get a “feel” for the country they have chosen and they will have the chance to view the different landscapes Nicaragua offers. To view the complete itinerary of the 12 day tour, visit: http://nicatourgroup.com/
Another key concern facing people who want to relocate to Nicaragua is the question of living accommodation. NicaTour Group takes its guests to not just one property development by one company, but three in total, giving a good cross section of the types of housing (including rentals) available in Nicaragua.
When asked why she was showing properties on her tour, founder, Ms Hartill stated that “would-be immigrants to Nicaragua want to get an idea of what’s available as far as rentals and ownership, and of course, they’re interested in price and accessibility.”
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