Every day seems to bring a new country inviting ‘digital nomads’ to visit and work remotely. The latest example is Brazil, where a digital nomad village is set to open this month. Personally, I’m already sold and have convinced at least one person in my group chat to look at flights.
Lisbon-based start-up NomadX created ‘Nomad Village Brazil‘ for people looking to swap their current office setup for coworking alongside Brazil’s sunny shores.
The village, South America’s first, will be located in the historically hippy beach town of Pipa, home to one of the most famous beaches in Brazil. It will offer a variety of accommodations and amenities, including swimming pools and bungalow-style apartments.
Just a 6-hour plane ride from Rio de Janeiro, Pipa is a top destination for surfing, amazing nature views, and, most importantly, fast internet capable of handling those Zoom calls.
How to qualify as a digital nomad in Brazil:
Apply for the Temporary Visa VITEM XIV at any Brazilian consulate.
Pay €97 ($100 USD) for the cost of the visa that lasts 1 year and can be extended for a second.
Show proof of employment or a relationship with a company based outside of Brazil.
Have a minimum income of €1,455 ($1,500 USD) per month or a bank balance of €17,460 ($18,000 USD).
Reservations for Nomad Village Brazil are now open and will last until the end of April 2023.