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Ecuador has been identified as an affordable and attractive destination for those planning to retire abroad.
According to a new report from Global Post, the South American country is well developed and offers strong healthcare services in urban areas, although rural provision may be patchy.
And for those wanting to maintain an active lifestyle in their golden years, Ecuador was identified as a hiker’s playground which abounds with beautiful and exotic scenery.
However, Shelter Offshore has reminded potential expats that there are other factors than cost to consider when planning a move abroad, and the expat portal explained that some may find Ecuador a little less sophisticated than many more traditional retirement destinations.
For those who are planning a move overseas, researching healthcare arrangements may be a key consideration, particularly for older expats. With this in mind, an expat medical insurance policy may provide reassurance that all costs of treatment will be covered.
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