Lake Chapala, Mexico nestled in a mountain valley just 50 minutes south of Guadalajara and 25 minutes from the international airport, is the largest inland body of water in Mexico. It is 90 km long and 20 km wide and is situated on the border between the states of Jalisco and Michoacan and approximately a 3 ½ hour drive from the Pacific ocean. Lake Chapala Mexico has become a retirement paradise for Americans, Canadians, and Europeans; people from all over the world come to enjoy the warm days and cool nights along the shores of our beautiful lake. Crimson sunrises and golden sunsets serve to heighten their enjoyment of each majestic day.
You`ll find it both a pleasure and a privilege to feel so welcome living in Lake Chapala, Mexico. Although there is no confirmed statistic, several thousands of foreigners have made Lake Chapala their home, either full or part time. The area has grown to be one of the most popular colonies in North America.
Unlike the traditional resort locations on the coast where people like to vacation, Lake Chapala, Mexico is a place where people come to live. Here on the lakeside, we enjoy a lower cost of living, a more temperate climate and a ready-made infrastructure.
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