This digital nomad guide to Sayulita is from my 2 years experience of living in this pueblo magico. Is it a conducive place for remote work? This small town has been everyone’s favorite digital nomad destination in Mexico despite its infrastructure problems. I lived here for 2 years and in this digital nomad guide to Sayulita, you’ll find out if this is the right base for you.
Being a Guadalajara digital nomad is super easy and fun, especially for young remote workers who are looking for a city that’s dynamic, modern, and affordable. In this Guadalajara digital nomad guide, I will share with you all my experiences in this beautiful Mexican City that’s often skipped.
This Mexico City digital nomad guide was written by Laura Bronner from Eternal Expat. She’s a full-time travel blogger and digital nomad living in Mexico City for the last 4 years.
This Guanajuato digital nomad guide was written by Jessica Drier, a traveler at heart and is the co-author behind the travel adventure blog, Unearth The Voyage.
If you’re looking for the best places to visit in Mexico that are not Tulum, Playa del Carmen, or Cancun, then this is your list! Explore Mexico beyond Quintana Roo because this country has it all!
👋 Hola! My name is Trisha. Before I moved to Mexico permanently, I went backpacking around the country. In this post, I will share with you my backpacking Mexico itinerary …
I’ve been living in Cabo San Lucas since August 2021 and have been discovering the best things to do in Cabo for the last two months. Here’s what’s on my list! And if you ever visit, don’t forget to get in touch!
Looking to relocate to Mexico in 2021? Apply for a Mexico digital nomad visa to be able to work and live in this country legally! Here’s a step-by-step guide. Good luck!
This Merida digital nomad guide was written by Shelley Marmor, a former Miami travel magazine editor who ditched the office for the world! She is now currently living in Merida, Mexico.
This Puerto Vallarta digital nomad guide was written by Rachel and Sasha, full-time traveling digital nomads since 2016. When they’re not teaching or working on their digital nomad blog Grateful Gypsies, you can find them chasing their favorite band Phish around the USA.
There was a recent buzz about the 180 days Mexican tourist visa in our expat and digital nomad communities here in Mexico. Though it is directed at tourists, here’s what I know so far.
Is solo travel in Guadalajara safe? I stayed there for 30 days and never felt harmed despite roaming the streets by myself! Check out my personal experience and I hope it will encourage you to travel to Mexico!