Italy, Overseas Haven Reports
Abruzzo, Italy | Overseas Haven Report
In our Overseas Haven Report for Abruzzo, Italy we uncover the hidden-gem that will let you step back in time. No over-crowding, no heavy industry, just the best of Italian country life.
Life in Abruzzo hasn’t changed much over the centuries, and coming to Abruzzo is like wandering into a gentler, kinder yesterday…a yesterday with little or no crime and neighbors who watch out for each other.SKU: OHR-ABRUZZO-ITALY
Overseas Haven Reports, Panama
El Cangrejo, Panama City, Panama
In this Overseas Haven Report we provide all the essential information for establishing yourself in El Cangrejo, Panama City. In this trendy and very expat-friendly neighborhood, one of our favorite in all Panama City, you’ll find just about anything within walking distance.
This area is also a top choice among young business professionals and retirees alike, for its shade-lined roadways provide a nice spot to work on the go, or enjoy a free afternoon grabbing a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants.SKU: OHR-EL-CANGREJO-PANAMA
Panama Letter | 1 Year
With this monthly membership service, Panama Letter, we bring you the real Panama, warts and all. This is your chance to discover what it is really like to live in this country, without the sugar coating. This is the good, the bad, and the ugly, brought to you by a team of insiders, with, among them, decades of firsthand experience living, investing, and doing business in Panama. Understand, with their help the opportunities that are right for you in the world’s top retirement, lifestyle, investment, doing-business, and embarking-on-a-new-adventure haven.SKU: SUB-PL-1
Overseas Haven Reports
Santiago De Los Caballeros, Dominican Republic | Overseas Haven Report
Santiago de los Caballeros (“James of the Knights” in English) is the second largest city in the Dominican Republic. With a population of nearly 1 million people, Santiago is located in the northwest of the country around 100 miles north of the capital, Santo Domingo.
Santiago is now becoming the location of choice for many expats seeking city living without the hustle and bustle of the capital. It has excellent shopping, a vibrant cultural and social scene, great restaurants, the best education, and arguably the best health care facilities in the whole country. Employment, if required, is fairly easy to find, and the transport links are excellent. The international airport right on the edge of the city offers several flights to and from a wide range of North American cities. What’s more, it’s only an hour’s drive from the fabulous north coast beaches and, due to new road construction, that will be even quicker in the near future. Not only can you be on the beach in an hour, you can also be in the middle of the highest mountain range in the Caribbean within the same time by driving south instead of north, meaning a fabulous abundance of adventure activities.
If you’re looking for the best of all worlds—Caribbean beaches, stunning mountain scenery, and all within a stone’s throw of a genteel Dominican city with all of the essentials for the expatriate—look no further than Santiago. It simply ticks all the boxes.SKU: OHR-SANTIAGO-DLC-DR
Indonesia, Overseas Haven Reports
Canggu, Bali, Indonesia | Overseas Haven Report
Bali is world-famous for its phenomenal landscape, low cost of living, and super-friendly locals. While its tourist hot spots are well-visited, not many know about Canggu, a funky expat neighborhood on the island’s southwest coast.
Canggu exists in the sweet spot between traditional and modern, offering a taste of Balinese culture with the convenience of modern amenities at hand. Our Canggu Overseas Haven Report goes in-depth about what is the best lifestyle option in Bali.SKU: OHR-CAGGU-INDONESIA
Cambodia, Overseas Haven Reports
Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Overseas Haven Report
In this Overseas Haven Report, Cambodia expert Robert Carry details the arts, dance, food, religion, music, and even clothing are thriving in the region. Tourist numbers are exploding–up 180% since 2004–which is often a precursor to developers moving in and property prices zooming up. Take a look now and see what’s happening in Phnom Penh today.SKU: OHR-PHNOM-PHEN-CAMBODIA
Panama Special Reports
Casco Viejo, Panama City, Panama
The tiny finger of land that pokes out from Panama City’s southeastern corner and into the Pacific Ocean is San Felipe—better known to most as Casco Viejo, Casco Antiguo, or, simply, Casco.
Casco is laid out in grid format like a classic European city. Every few blocks, you’ll find a tree-lined plaza or the spire of a cathedral, all of which casts an Old World charm over the place. At only four avenues wide, the neighborhood is small and compact; a tiny treasure trove of historical structures best explored on foot. But despite all the visual reminders of the past, it’s also constantly evolving…
Most of Panama City’s cultural events are hosted in Casco Viejo. On any given day, you attend a gallery opening, watch a parade, listen to a concert, or stumble upon an impromptu event on the streets. There’s almost always something going on here… The best way to find out about events is to simply wander the streets.
Casco is sought out by tourists from around the world… If the prospect of living in the thick of all the action sounds appealing, Casco is probably for you.SKU: PSR-CASCO-VIEJO
Panama Special Reports
San Francisco, Panama City, Panama
In this Panama Special Report, we bring you one of the most modern and progressive neighborhoods in all of Panama City; San Fransisco.
San Francisco is Panama’s best option for living a quiet, residential, urban lifestyle.
If you want an urban experience in Panama City, but without the nuisances of persistent tourists, rowdy club-goers, nonstop casinos, solicitous women of the night, or any of the other seedier aspects of living in the city center, then San Francisco is the place to be.SKU: PSR-SAN-FRANSISCO
Bundles, Central America, Get Started, South America
Latin America Cool-Weather Escapes Bundle
We have singled out top destinations that showcase a milder, temperate side of Latin America. Our Latin America Cool-Weather Escape reports cover everything you need to know and more about these comfortable and inviting locations.SKU: OHR-BUNDLE-LATAM-CW