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Planning To Retire? These Are The Safest And Truly Wonderful 10 Places To Definitely Have On Your List

Travel in your 50s and explore yourself

The key to a comfortable and happy retirement is to live where there is access to affordable and good healthcare facilities and where you won’t have to spend your grand child’s inheritance merely to survive.

 

It’s an amazing bonus if the weather conditions are decent and you don't have to worry about crime. These are some of the best places for Indian’s to retreat including a few you may have never thought of!

 

Here Are Top 10 Cities That Will Definitely Help You To Decide.

 

 

10)  Dehradun

 

“Dehra” which basically denotes the “City-Of-Joy” is located in the middle of the 2 most important rivers in India The Yamuna & The Ganga. It has turned out to be a darling place to settle after retirement as a lot of elderly families have found their safe haven here. It is one of the oldest cities in India and is a glittering jewel in the lower Himalayan Ranges.

       

9) Coorg

Also known as the "The Scotland of India" Coorg is an astounding land in the heart of the southern Indian peninsula. The finest thing about this charming heaven is its people who are famous for their hospitality. This is an unspoilt country that has great connectivity to really near big cities

 

 

 

8) Goa

Goa is home to one of the most beautiful and serene beaches in the country such as Mandrem, Butterfly beach and Cola. The quality of life here is high and it’s still relatively easy to own your dream home. The laid-back life - cosmopolitan culture - excellent climates also make Goa the top most favorite retirement destination.

 

 

7) Mount Abu

Mount Abu still has this magnificent old world magic with its palaces and temples, and an easy lifestyle that makes it an instant hit among retirees. This is the only hill station in Rajasthan and is gracefully situated in the bosom of the startling Aravalli Range.

 

 

 

6) Shimla

Shimla’s past role was that of the “summer-capita- of-British-India”.  Flaunted as a popular destination for retirement Shimla offers the most pulsating mix of culture, history and beautiful locales. This is certainly one of the most sought-after hill stations in India. 

 

 

5) Jaipur

 

Jaipur, also known as the Pink city, is moreover one of the premium planned cities in India. It is situated in the semi-desert lands of Rajasthan, and has rich and excited culture. As of now, Jaipur is also a foremost business hub with all basics of a metropolitan-city.

 

 

4) Coimbatore

Based in the bosom of stunning mountain ranges, this beautiful place has always prominently appeared among the top vacation spots in India. It has been modernized, yet it’s rich in cultural heritage. A favorite among retirees, mostly from the defense background. The low cost of living, almost no pollution, all year great climates and a balanced cosmopolitan culture make Coimbatore a preferred destination.

 

 

3)  Pune

This wonderful city in Maharashtra is a classic blend of the past and the present and is host to many fascinating forts and beautiful temples that possess an aura of exuberance. One of the many things that make Pune an ideal city to live in after retirement is its proximity to Mumbai and all-year-round salubrious climate. The city has already gained a reputation for quality and affordable medical aid.  The easy laid back life makes it a favored destination for retirees.

 

 

2) Pondicherry

This former French colony is known for a laid-back way of life and a slow pace of life and makes a perfect place to own your dream home.  Pondicherry is known for its spiritual connections - good infrastructure - cleanliness and medical facilities.

 

1) Chandigarh

Chandigarh is considered as one of the safest places in India, because it has an extremely lowly crime rate compared to any other Indian city. Being the capital of the North Indian states of Haryana & Punjab it has always been distinctive from most of urban-India. With pedestrian-plazas, fountain streets arranged on a grid the city has an extremely modern touch. Chandigarh is a flourishing city with India’s highest per capita income belonging here.

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