New York, NY–Adeventurely, a travel club and online resource platform for digital nomads, recently published an article titled ‘The Top 20 Digital Nomad Destinations for U.S. residents in 2023.
The article claims that unlike most top lists released today, they “completely disregard destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean as destinations for digital nomads despite being found as the most popular region for travelers” worldwide in 2022.
The article cites data from an MBO partners survey highlighting the significant surge in nomads worldwide. The survey also reveals that most working travelers worldwide are U.S. citizens (131% increase in Americans identifying as digital nomads compared to pre-pandemic 2019).
Adventurely’s top 20 destinations for U.S. citizens are as follows:
- Mexico City, Mexico
- Playa Del Carmen, Mexico
- Lisbon, Portugal
- Medellin, Colombia
- Split, Croatia
- Oaxaca, Mexico
- Santa Teresa, Costa Rica
- Miami, USA
- Bali, Indonesia
- Barcelona, Spain
- Porto, Portugal
- Valencia, Spain
- Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Quito, Ecuador
- Antigua, Guatemala
- Tirana, Albania
- Madeira, Portugal
- Capetown, South Africa
The club describes the various factors that played a role in the formation of the list as follows:
- Ease of travel and visas (flight length and direct flight availability)
- Alignment of timezone to the U.S.
- Infrastructure for nomads (wifi, accommodations, events, and workspaces)
- Culture, food, safety, and tourism experience
Adventurely is a travel club for digital nomads backed by Google for Startups and Backstage Capital. They provide a community membership to hostels and accommodation providers who seek exposure to the growing nomad community.
They are planning three simultaneous month-long meetups for remote workers in Mexico in March 2023.
According to their website, Adventurely Welcome Meetups include information resources, workshops, and guides. A seat for the workshop costs $225 and can be bought on their website.