Become A Digital Nomad
In Antigua, Guatemala
With This Ultimate How-
Crucial Constructs, experts in digital entrepreneurship, have released
a guide that helps you plan for a unique and fantastic experience in
Antiqua, Guatemala, living and working as a digital nomad.
If you're a freelancer, or any type of
independent professional itching to travel
the world while working remotely, it tells
you everything you need to know about life
as a digital nomad in the central highlands
Find out about the cost of living, the infrastructure and e-
infrastructure, your visa requirements, and the many eco-rich
endroits you can explore in this natural, spectacular gem of a city.
The report gives you tips and
recommendations on to how to
plan for a successful remote work
excursion, so you have all the
important stuff covered.
Did you know the number of
Americans working as digital nomads
has risen from 4.8 million in 2018 to
11 million in 2021?
People are catching on to what an
incredibly enriching work-life this
When you're budgeting for Antigua, you can plan for a lavish and
extravagant trip or for something a little more rugged and low cost.
Antigua is one of Guatemala’s
pricier regions, with accommodation
rates higher than surrounding areas,
but it's not without its hostels.
Visa requirements are reported to
be fairly straightforward.
You can travel to Antigua without a visa and remain
for 90 days; however, if you want to stay longer than
that, you're advised to secure your visa before your
90 days expire or face hefty fines.
When it comes to co-working locales, you only
have a couple of choices: the Effect Hub, which
includes everything an average office space
would offer, and Selina Co-working, a more
affordable co-working/co-living alternative.
The guide also lists a number of cafes that offer
free internet access, noting these options are not
just plentiful, but extremely interesting and in
some cases even wacky.
Click on the link in the description to find out more.