Since the beginning of the health crisis, there has been an incredible rise in the number of digital nomads. Working from your laptop, whenever you please and wherever you please, is a dream that many aspire to achieve.
To live as a digital nomad, you will want to find a location with good Wi-Fi, plenty of coworking spaces, and a friendly population. Digital nomads tend to travel alone. So it’s a great plus if there are other like-minded people in your country of choice.
I’ve learned a lot about digital nomads from my blogging friend Ryan Biddulph who has been at it for 13 years now!
If you follow his blogging lessons you will learn about being a digital nomad. There are many ups and downs but the ups seem to outweigh the downs.
Sure thing 🙂 Snow White says hello from Panama LOL. These guys literally stopped moving and posed for me on a branch 10 feet away. Amazing. pic.twitter.com/2cF7plJfAL
— Ryan Biddulph (@RyanBiddulph) June 3, 2021
He always has great social media posts from his travels around the world and blog posts that talk about the culture in these different and sometimes exotic places.
Now, here are five of the best countries for digital nomads to settle down in today.I've learned a lot about digital nomads from my blogging friend Ryan Biddulph who has been at it for 13 years now! #digitalnomads Click To Tweet
Mexico as One of the Best Countries for Digital Nomads to Settle Down
Mexico has become a hotspot for digital nomads, especially the areas of Jalisco and Quintana Roo. The most popular cities amongst digital nomads are Tulum, Playa Del Carmen, Puerto Escondido, and Sayulita.
These places have a plethora of coworking spaces and an expansive international community. However, if you are planning to move here, it’s recommended that you invest in expat insurance.
One has to be sure to have their healthcare covered no matter where they are living. Without our health, we can’t do anything let alone work well abroad!One has to be sure to have their healthcare covered no matter where they are living. #digitalnomads Click To Tweet
Argentina is Another Great Country to Work From
Remote workers have been flocking to Argentina’s Buenos Aires because of its lively culture, cheap living costs, and fantastic gastronomy.
You have many coworking spaces to choose from in Buenos Aires, which makes adjusting to working life much easier.
The climate in Argentina is rather tropical, so there’s no need to pack for winter weather.
Furthermore, living costs are relatively cheap, as rent and food prices tend to be lower. No need to pay for heat either!You have many coworking spaces to choose from in Buenos Aires, which makes adjusting to working life much easier. #digitalnomads Click To Tweet
Portugal for Digital Nomads
If you’re a digital nomad that’s looking for a European country, look no further than Portugal. This Mediterranean destination boasts of great beaches, high-quality food, and fast internet connectivity.
Having fast internet while working abroad is key for many small business owners and bloggers. It’s hard to get your work done without the internet today!
I have experienced this recently with my move north here in the states. Luckily, faster internet just arrived, and since I work early mornings I’m not affected often by the mid-day spikes of high usage. (It caused a long time uploading and downloading files!)
If you’re traveling solo, you can snag a room for as little as €350 to €550 a month. Not only this but, there are also many cafes and coworking spaces that welcome the digital nomad community.
Thailand is a Great Place with Scenery
Year after year, Thailand remains an extremely popular option amongst remote workers. The population is extremely friendly, the food is delicious, and the cost of living is inexpensive.
Chiang Mai, in the north of Thailand, is a great place to start this new adventure. The scenery is beautiful in this region, so if you need to feel inspired, don’t hesitate to stop by Chiang Mai.
The hottest month in this area in March and, if you’re not a fan of rain it ists best to avoid Thailand from May to September.
Of course, you can be sure to have the right rain gear if you do visit in their rainy season.
Croatia is Another Option for Digital Nomads
Another fantastic European destination for digital nomads is Croatia. Many pioneers in the digital nomad community argue that Croatia will be the next hotspot for remote workers.
The country recently introduced its first-ever digital nomad visa. All you need is proof of work, a copy of your travel documents, a background check from your country of origin. As well as proof of travel insurance, and proof of sufficient funds to work in Croatia.The country recently introduced its first-ever digital nomad visa. #digitalnomads Click To Tweet
Your Turn on Working From Anywhere in the World
Wherever you chose to go make sure to respect the culture and traditions of the country you find yourself in. As a digital nomad, you are responsible for upholding a great reputation for the rest of the community.
I’d love to know if you have worked from another of these 5 countries or where else you may have worked from? Please leave a comment below so we can discuss it here!
- Use These 10 Social Media Tips to See Faster Checkout Results - September 29, 2022
- Why It’s Easier to Succeed With Link Building Services - September 29, 2022
- 6 Ways to Improve and Market an Online Course That Isn’t Selling - September 28, 2022