Dubai needs no introduction, being the Middle East’s most visited and of course the most popular destination. It’s an ever evolving and dynamic city means you can always expect to see the most stylish, stunning, and superlative on your every trip here. So whether you’re looking to check Dubai off from your travel bucketlist or just want to revisit here, this list of places to visit in Dubai caters to one and all.
If you read our post about Yangon or watched our interview with Anders and felt inspired to visit the city and want to get involved to help the people of Myanmar, here is one way you can help provide accurate and timely reporting of the events inside of Myanmar.
The number one question that our team gets asked both by friends and subscribers is: “what do I need to do to become a digital nomad”. The answer is very simple, you just need to establish a way to effectively connect with employers or clients via the internet.
Maybe it’s the friendly and welcoming locals or just the mix of old and new. Whatever the reason, this city’s charm hasn’t been lost on visitors and its quickly becoming a top tourist destination.
Unsurprisingly, sharing good food with good people has the effect of making the local cuisine taste even more delicious. Addis Ababa’s bustling food and entertainment scene incorporates local and foreign cultures and have become a way of showcasing the city to the world.
The hotel has a beautiful 19th century eclectic feel to it. Just like the name promises, the Mystery Hotel Budapest has a feeling of mystery mixed with magic and the decor is said to leave visitors in awe no matter how many times they visit
Utah is arguably the best place to visit in America if you enjoy the outdoors. With five national parks boasting of millions of acres of nature just waiting to be explored, it is an adventurer’s paradise. It’s no wonder Utah is on the bucket list of many Americans and non-Americans alike. Follow us as we explore some of the best parts and activities to do in the state of Utah.
Anders Møller is a researcher and entrepreneur currently based in Singapore. Anders has lived and worked in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia and has spent the past four years in Myanmar doing waste management research and starting a board game cafe and small business consulting firm in Yangon. Anders spoke with Nomad Era about […]
Popular tropical tourist destinations like St. Lucia, Kenya, Australia, The UAE and Indonesia now suffer terrible blows to their economy following the recent COVID-19 crisis. These are just a few of our ideas on how these countries. can bounce back as quickly as possible.
Shiree Francis is an inspiring, young digital nomad and entrepreneur. Originally from The United Kingdom, she has been living abroad for 5+ years enjoying the freedom of remote work. She offers a virtual assistant coaching program that helps people of all backgrounds obtain stable, location-independent work. Shiree is a natural communicator and connector with nearly […]
It is a regional dynamic that is often overlooked and Major League Soccer is the first time it has ever been on display in sports. The Cascadia Cup is pure magic for fans of both sport and culture.
he largest city in South America is located on the Piratininga plateau surrounded by rivers coming out from its exterior. If you are looking for a relaxing and educative holiday in South America, then Sao Paulo is the city for you.
Although seaside cities in Europe are regarded as world-class luxury destinations, the beaches often take a backseat to the architecture and restaurants that overlook them. Many of the best European destinations are not only the cities that overlook the ocean, but the beaches in-between.
If we have learned to appreciate anything, this year has taught to appreciate the freedom of movement that we had.
All across the EU, the Christmas Markets have historically been huge attractions. The economy normally takes a small hike for small and big businesses alike, however, this year Europe might be looking at a radical departure from this holiday tradition. If you’re in Europe or plan to travel there, there still seems to be hope for a few Christmas markets, and we’ll let you know what to expect at several of the most anticipated.
The Indian Ocean is home to some of the most serene, beautiful and culturally rich islands on the planet. Bali has been the one island in the world that has become synonymous with digital nomads but that could all change in 2021 thanks to forward-thinking initiatives by 3 countries.
With a growing remote work community, visa on arrival, easy access to Cancun airport and the rapidly improving infrastructure of Tulum, Mexico, is set to continue being one of the most popular digital nomad hot spots in the world.
Formally launched on October 21st, 2020 and facilitated by the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism (CIDOT), this program provides world-class personalized service for its long-term guests and global citizens visiting any of the 3 Cayman Islands.
Panama re-opened its borders to international travelers in early October and has since been in the eye of many nomads looking for a place to set up shop for the Northern Hemisphere’s winter.
Rooted in North Africa, Morocco is a melting pot of cultures both native to the region and from the nearby West Asia and Southern Europe. The art of Marrakech is representative of this commixing of diverse cultures and it demands to be appreciated on any visit.
If the street food industry collapses, multitudes of people suffer the consequences. Covid-19 has posed a threat to all public sectors, including the street food industry. Some of them have largely gone under, like in Italy, France, Morocco, Finland but some other street food markets have managed to stay afloat and survive this pandemic by adapting in clever ways.
With the newly launched Digital Nomad Visa (DNV), Estonia is ticking all the right boxes for the digital nomads, freelancers and entrepreneurs around the world.
With daily new cases rising to nearly 200,000 per day, staying in one place is the safest and most responsible thing to do. Now more than ever before, we should be thinking of the safety of others just as much as we think about our own.
If you’re thinking of starting a life as a digital nomad or a traveling solo-prenuer you probably have questions about how stable your lifestyle can be. In this post we highlight several simple, and easy ways to make sure you can balance the freedom that this lifestyle offers and the financial security you need.
You don’t need a passport. You don’t need to apply for a visa. You never need to go through customs and immigration. There is no language barrier or cultural barrier. Most importantly, there is no knowledge gap. You know your country. I’m sure you’re wondering how to actually get started. Well, the answer to that question is either very easy or somewhat difficult depending on the kind of lifestyle you want to have.
In the age of Covid-19, finding somewhere safe to travel to has become a next to impossible task. Luckily for you, we’ve done the hard work for you – and while Europe and Asia may be off-limits for now, Africa offers a welcome respite, having the fewest reported cases outside of Oceania. With its verdant natural parks, a low number of cases, and welcoming tourist policies, Rwanda is the ideal place for a socially-distant vacation.
Barbados is a phenomenal country that too many people miss out on even when they visit as tourists. Like anywhere else in the world, the true charm of Barbados is experienced outside of the resort and off the beach. If you’re traveling on vacation or deciding to spend the winter as a nomad in Barbados there are 3 things you need to keep on your radar.
Latin America is an increasingly popular destination for nomads. The idea of a North American or European backpacker wandering around Peru is almost a meme at this point , but there are plenty of people from around the world flocking to places like Mexico, Costa Rica, Chile to settle down. It’s not just retirees either. […]
Wuhan, China is best known as the epicenter of the Coronavirus outbreak, but according to a recent study conducted by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Tourism Research Center, it’s poised to be the no.1 destination Chinese citizens want to visit after the crisis is over.
Is your pet going to be flying with you under your seat as your carry-on luggage? Can you check your pet as excess baggage? Or does your pet need to be shipped as manifest cargo? This should be the first thing you ask yourself when you’re considering traveling with your pet.
Thinking of spending Fall in the United States or Canada? Whether you live in North America or have just arrived and want to make the most of the season, this list is for you. We’ll take a look at five of the most beautiful places in North America for you to watch the leaves change.
Yes! Hostels: Lisbon, Portugal First one on our list is Yes! Lisbon since it holds a very special place in our hearts. This home away from home has all the attributes of the “perfect” hostel: great location, incredibly friendly staff, clean & comfy rooms, clean & cozy rooms, low price, and (most importantly) a bar […]
Moving overseas is an exciting prospect, but it can also be a bit intimidating. It’s never easy to leave your friends and family behind, and there is always an initial learning curve to starting over in a new place (particularly if you don’t quite understand the local language or culture). While there’s no way to […]
The fastest way to become a digital nomad is to pick a job that you can do anywhere and purchase a flight. Maybe you’re wondering what kind of jobs people are actually doing that allows them to live and travel abroad. This list will show you a few of the most popular digital nomad jobs.
If you find yourself in Seoul, you won’t have any trouble finding interesting things to do, but if you just need some ideas to get started as you’re planning your trip, we’ve got five places you won’t want to leave off your itinerary.
If you’re still itching to get a bit of travel in this fall and winter then this list is for you. Here are five places you can still travel with a U.S. Passport without having to apply for a business or work visa.
Now is the perfect time to completely rethink your life and analyze what kinds of opportunities you want to make for yourself. If you have been itching to start living abroad or traveling while working within your own country you will probably never get a better opportunity to plan and save to make that dream a reality.
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