|Best Places to Stay Post-Retirement in India|
Nowadays, most of Indian populations actively plan their retirement destinations. ¬†Many people maintain a separate kitty for buying retirement homes in desirable locations. older population from abroad ¬†are also considering long-term stays in India. ¬†A retirement home must be selected considering these critical factors:
Here's the list of best places for retirees in India :
A famous hill station with picturesque scenery and a moderate climate in summer. ¬†The town is situated in the confluence of two of the most important rivers in India, the Ganges and Yamuna. Mussoorie is the nearest hill station. Religious towns of Haridwar¬†and¬†Rishikesh are located in proximal distance.
Location: ¬†Konkan Coastline
Once a Portuguese colony is now known for a pleasant climate and a cosmopolitan culture. ¬†It has some of the World‚Äôs renowned beaches, flocked by hundreds of thousands of domestic and international tourists. Goa has become home to huge number of Indian expats from abroad. The only hitch is that realty rates are very high.
Location: ¬†¬†Himachal Pradesh
Shimla- The State Capital. It is a popular hill station. Ideal for those looking to experience the¬†Himalayas. One can trek to the remote valleys of Lahaul and Spiti¬†.
Dalhousie ‚Äď The colonial charming resort town
Dharamsala - the exiled home of the Dalai Lama. Ideal for retirees with spiritual inclination can fall in love of this town with majority of Tibetan Buddhist population.
Location: ¬†Tamil Nadu ¬†
The city is close to the popular hill station of¬†Ooty. It is also surrounded by the Nilgiris¬†. The city has excellent medical facility.
Puducherry (Pondicherry )
A former French colony. Retirees can expect a laid-back lifestyle and a slow pace of life. ¬†The town still holds a remarkable degree of French influence. ¬†It also is known for its spiritual connections. Auroville¬†is a popular destination. It also has good infrastructure and medical facilities.