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Top 5 Digital Nomad Destinations You Cannot Miss in 2022

By Kach Umandap April 9th, 2022 Posted in Travel Blog, Travel Blogging and Digital Nomads Tips No comments

The last two years made every one of us rethink if we ever need to come to work. Remote work is the new normal, and more and more companies don’t even want their employees back at the workplace ever again. Flytographer

With the change in the way we work, in 2022, more people are embracing the Digital Nomad lifestyle – traveling around the world and working from wherever they want. Some are working a full-time job, and the others breaking the 9 to 5 cycle, working at their will. 

What makes a great Digital Nomadic destination? 

While you get ready, renew your passport, and get your things in order, keep these features in mind when deciding where you will live (vacation) and work. If you plan on a long-term stay, make sure your passport has at least a year to go. If not, get it renewed via TravelVisaPro.com, which guarantees passport renewals in record time. 

These five factors decide a great nomadic destination:

  1. Good Internet access & uninterrupted electricity (The MOST important of all)
  2. Safety
  3. A renewable visa that allows you to stay for long 
  4. Agreeable climate to your tastes
  5. Affordable prices 

And here are our top 5 picks for the best Digital Nomadic Destinations. 

1. Bali, Indonesia 

Easily the top pick for a Digital Nomadic destination, it ticks all the boxes on our requirement list. Bali is synonymous with the digital nomads, and in 2022 they are back to welcoming visitors.

5 Best Things To Do in Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia 02
Photo by Darren Lawrence on Unsplash

A tropical island filled with scenic views, gorgeous beaches, luxury villas, and high-speed wifi comes to you at ridiculously low prices. Getting a visa is simple – get your passport renewed, and you’ll be stamped a visa on arrival. 

2. Thailand 

Thailand is a crowd-pleaser – it has something to offer for everyone. Fantastic weather with dreamy beaches and bustling cities make Thailand a great Digital Nomadic destination.

DIY Travel Guide to Koh Tao, Thailand
Photo by Valeriy Ryasnyanskiy on Unsplash

You can choose to be in the capital city of Bangkok or Chiang Mai – a northern town in the middle of greenery. These cities offer hundreds of co-working spaces and are home to high-speed wifi.

3. Vietnam

The earliest places that welcomed the Digital Nomads are still a country worth visiting. The ideal weather, the delicious food, the friendly communities, and the epic adventures the country provides make it a perfect place for any person.

10 Things To Do In Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Photo by Ludovic Lubeigt CC BY-SA 2.0

Ho Chi Minh City and the country’s capital Hanoi are wonderful places to spend the next few months working and enjoying life. The price advantage helps you have a good time spending less. 

Visa to Vietnam is the easiest – you can get a visa for upto a year without any hassle. 

4. Georgia (the country) 

Situated in Europe, Georgia is the hidden destination that the world is now starting to notice. Since 2020, most of the country’s efforts have been attracting digital nomads to the country, and they even made a Digital Nomad Visa in 2021.

DIY Travel Guide to Tbilisi, Georgia
Photo by Dan Lundberg CC BY-SA 2.0

Tbilisi, the capital, is one of the scintillating cities in the world. The preserved Ottoman influences blended with modern society; it is one of the cheapest destinations in Europe. Batumi and Kutaisi can be the next options if you want to be away from the metropolis. 

5. The Caribbean

A new entrant in the digital nomad destinations is the Caribbean islands. Situated close to the United States, the countries in the Caribbean strait have gone a step further in offering a Digital Nomad visa. A Short Guide to Traveling in the Bahamas

These include Barbados, Bermuda, The Bahamas, Antigua and Barbuda, Anguilla, The Cayman Islands, Montserrat and Curacao. 

Living costs will be expensive, in contrast to the options in the east, but if you are looking to stay within a few hours’ reach to home, the Caribbean cannot disappoint you. 

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Written by Kach Umandap

Founder of Two Monkeys Travel Group. Since 2013, Kach has visited all the 7 continents (including Antarctica) and 151 countries using her Philippines Passport. In 2016, she bought a sailboat and went on sailing adventures with her two cats - Captain Ahab & Little Zissou in the Caribbean for 2 years. She now lives in Herceg Novi, Montenegro where she's enjoying her expat life and living on a gorgeous Stonehouse. She writes about her experiences traveling as a Filipina traveler with a PHL Passport. Also tips on backpacking trips, luxury hotel experiences, product reviews, sailing & adventure travel.