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Antigua Guatemala Digital Nomad Guide – Freelancing Destination Report Released
The newly released “How to be a Digital Nomad in Antigua, Guatemala” introduces readers to life as a remote worker in the central highlands of Guatemala. In a comprehensive outline of the city’s cost of living, infrastructure, e-infrastructure, visa requirements, and many eco-rich locales, it offers tips and recommendations one can draw on to plan a successful remote work excursion.
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The report begins with an introduction to the region’s geography, explaining that as a nation located in Central America, Antigua is rife with natural jungles, volcanoes, and a sprawling mountain range. Life in Antigua is described as simple, with the caveat that the nation is working to improve technologies and e-infrastructure.
Budgeting for this region can range from frugal to extravagant. Antigua is one of Guatemala’s pricier regions, with accommodation rates higher than surrounding areas.
For those looking to keep costs down, the report says a monthly budget of between USD$450 and $640, which includes food, lodgings, transportation, sightseeing, home entertainment, and a health club membership, is adequate. Medical insurance is highly recommended and should also be factored into all budgets.
Visa requirements are reported to be comparatively straightforward. Most digital nomads can travel to Antigua without a visa and remain for 90 days; however, those wanting to stay longer are advised to secure their visas before their 90 days expire or face hefty fines.
Co-working locales offer two 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 report also lists a number of cafes that offer free internet access, noting these options are plentiful.
The number of Americans working as digital nomads globally has doubled over the past few years, from 4.8 million in 2018 to 11 million in 2021.
With the release of its latest guide, Crucial Constructs is helping those looking to live the digital nomad life in Antigua with the necessary information they need to make their sojourn a success.
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