4 Exciting Ways To Find The Best Coworking Communities
Living a nomadic lifestyle gives you the freedom to live the life you want, far away from societal standards and pressures.
And the price of freedom is usually the lack of community. Life on the road often means you'll meet new people and say goodbyes a week or a month later. It isn't easy to form meaningful relationships in such a short amount of time.
But that doesn't mean every digital nomad is destined to be lonely.
Thanks to the technology and evolution of coworking spaces, digital nomads can now feel connected to a closely-knitted community without sacrificing their nomadic lifestyle.
All you need to know is where to find the best coworking communities in different countries. Although some countries are not popular with digital nomads yet, you can still keep in touch with the nomad communities online.
In this article, you'll learn 4 different ways to work, live, and play with digital nomad communities around the world.
How To Find Digital Nomad Communities
1. Work, Live and Play In Co-living Spaces
Think of the dorms you used to stay in college. You own a room and share the kitchen, living room, bathroom, yard, and everything else with other students. Sometimes, you even share a room.
Co-living spaces are similar to those dorms. It's a shared housing concept where like-minded people live, work, and play together. These spaces are usually fully-furnished and specially designed to cultivate interaction and sharing experiences.
It is perfect for people who value community alongside individuality.
Given so many nomads out there, it's no wonder to stumble upon an established coworking community wherever you go.
Some just started in Facebook groups, while others matured until having their own website.
Digital nomad communities are fun and meaningful. You get to meet up with people from countries you've never heard of, form deep relationships, and exchange wisdom.
Thanks to these communities, fewer and fewer nomads are facing loneliness—one of the biggest digital nomad challenges.
For example, the WiFi tribe will select a country to call home once a month. All members can join and meet up with the rest of the tribe members. But if you don't feel like meeting people, you can simply choose to opt out.
How does trying new food, making friends with strangers, jumping off cliffs, learning a new language with a group of like-minded people sound?
These unique travel programs are specifically designed for digital nomads who love jumping from one country to another and fully immersing in the culture with a group of people.
Digital nomads can choose multiple programs with different itineraries. Some entail staying in a country for as little as 1 week to a whole month. Some programs span from 2 weeks to a year. You can practically choose any duration you like, anywhere between a week and a year.
Once you've decided how long you want to travel, you can choose a destination or region. Each itinerary comes with a fixed price that covers accommodation, meals, flight or local transportation, activities, and working spaces.
Examples of travel programs for digital nomads are: