-Live 1 month in Medellin, Colombia
-24/7 access to co-working space
-Luxury apartments in El Poblado
-Small group of young professionals
-Fantastic food and adventure activities
Our new remote work brand is for people who want to co-work with other digital nomads in Medellín, Colombia.
Work from a co-working space during the week and explore all Colombia offers on the weekends.
We’ll handle accommodations, co-working, WiFi, three dinners per week, and weekend adventure activities, all while you become part of our professional community!
Trip begins at our accommodations in El Poblado at 5:00 pm local time for our welcome meeting.
We provide airport pickup at Medellin Jose Maria Cordova International Airport (MDE) anytime after 6:00 am on arrival day.
Check-in at our accommodations is 2:00 pm. If you arrive early, reception can hold your bags.
Airfare booking details will be sent after registration--please wait to book your flight until you receive further instructions.
Trip ends at Medellin Jose Maria Cordova International Airport (MDE) at 11:00 am on Day 31.
You are free to leave anytime Day 30 or 31. Check-out at the accommodations is at 11 am on Day 31.
We will provide private airport transportation anytime during these two days.
This trip is relaxing and includes light activities with optional moderate activities. Participants can decide how much time they spend being active. No physical preparation is required to make the most of the experience.
This trip is a good mix of activity and relaxation and includes moderate physical activities. Participants should expect to be active 3-4 hours most days. An active lifestyle is helpful though not required to enjoy the trip.
This trip is for those who enjoy being physically challenged and reaping the rewards. It includes moderate to intense physical activities and participants should expect to be active 6-8 hours most days. Participants should have an active lifestyle.
This trip has a 30-day cancellation policy. Give us at least 30 days notice and you can switch your trip for free, or we'll hold your Experience Credits for future use.
Because this trip has non-refundable tickets we have a 60-day cancellation policy. Give us at least 60 days notice and you can switch your trip for free, or we'll hold your Experience Credits for future use.
¡Bienvenidos a Colombia! We hope you are excited to spend a month in the digital nomad capital of Latin America.
Colombia's digital nomad scene is booming because of its incredible year-round weather, low cost of living, rich culture, and fast internet. Medellin is the "city of the eternal spring" in a lush valley surrounded by beautiful green mountains.
You will be picked up at the airport by a private driver and taken to your apartment building in the best area of Medellin.
Take a quick tour of the El Poblado neighborhood where you'll be staying, and go out for dinner with your group of less than twenty remote workers.
That evening, take an included city tour on a Chiva party bus to see Medellin at night, including Provenza, Avenida El Poblado, and the Golden Mile.
Medellin was named the Wall Street Journal's "Most Innovative City," and the neighborhood of El Poblado was listed in New York Times’ Top Places to Visit in 2023.
Your apartment building is in a residential area of El Poblado, just outside the bustling nightlife scene of Provenza. Go with your Digital Nomad Trips Community Manager for an orientation walk to locate essentials like the pharmacy, supermarket, coffee shops, bank, etc.
On Sundays, Avenida Poblado shuts down and becomes open for cyclists and pedestrians. So walk down and enjoy the farmers market, where you can taste arepas, empanadas, and fresh produce.
Other great Sunday activities in Medellín include Parque Arví, the Jardin Botanico Botanical Garden, museums like Museo de Arte Moderno, Museo de Antioquia, or Parque Explora, South America’s largest aquarium. Don’t forget to visit the Pueblito Paisa, a park with a replica of a traditional small town in the center of Medellin.
Your co-working space is conveniently located on the bottom floor of your apartment building. There is a built-in café, and if you need extra privacy for calls, you can ride the elevator back up to the private workspace in your apartment.
Walk with your new digital nomad friends to one of El Poblado's many cafés and connect to the internet as you enjoy some incredible Colombian coffee.
If you prefer to work in an office outside the apartment building, you can purchase a hot desk membership at WeWork, just a fifteen-minute walk away.
Remember that Colombia is on Eastern Time during North American winter. During Daylight Savings Time, Colombia is on Central Time. Hopefully, this will be an easy transition for remote workers who adhere to hours in the United States.
Save up some PTO for your time in Colombia, take a day off here to enjoy the city, go on day trips, or even take a cheap flight to another part of Colombia for a quick adventure.
During your stay in Medellin, you’ll be busy working, living as a local in Medellin, and exploring the city in the evenings.
Every Wednesday evening, plan to get together with your group for an included dinner at one of the best restaurants in Medellin. Your Community Manager will organize your group meals and leave you nothing to worry about.
Try traditional Colombian dishes like bandeja paisa, mondongo, and mazamorra.
Life as a remote worker in a foreign country can be lonely, but with Digital Nomad Trips, we go above and beyond to keep you feeling connected to our community.
There is no shortage of things to do in Medellin during the week, and we hope you fall into a rhythm of everyday life. Your apartment building has an excellent gym with free weights, machines, and cardio equipment. Plenty of yoga and group fitness studios are nearby for anyone wanting to keep up with their routine.
Today is Saturday, and we'll take our first excursion two hours outside of Medellin to one of Colombia's top destinations--Guatapé.
Climb 700 stairs to the top of Piedra del Peñol, at your own pace, for sweeping views of this enchanted lakeside town.
See the colorful zocalos or hand-painted portraits that depict the history of Guatapé. Have your camera ready for dozens of photo ops. Sip coffee in the plaza, and browse the boutique shops as you wander the streets.
Round out your day with an included boat trip to soak in the views of Laguna Guatapé.
We’ve left Sundays open for you to explore Medellín and embark on independent adventures. You’ll have plenty of friends to join you, so you’ll never feel alone in this vibrant city.
Take an included tour of the infamous Comuna 13 neighborhood and see its incredible transformation. Previously one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in Colombia, Comuna 13 is now safe for tourists, and the locals can’t wait to show you around.
Learn about the history of this neighborhood and how important it is to the city of Medellin.
Comuna 13 exemplifies how a crime-ridden neighborhood can become a cultural hub, boasting murals, graffiti art, hip-hop music, and breakdancing.
Ride the neighborhood escalators and hear how proud the people are to be the only neighborhood in the Americas with public transportation of this type.
Today, head into the mountains for whitewater rafting. Raft class IV rapids down the Caldera River for a heart-pumping adventure.
Your total time rafting down the river will be 2.5 hours through the untouched Colombian forest.
A licensed river guide and safety kayaker will accompany you to help you navigate the river. Watch out for fantastic flora and fauna as you enjoy the Colombian sunshine.
Be transported back to your apartment in Medellin that evening and go out for dinner to recount the day’s adventure with your group.
After four unforgettable weeks in Medellin, enjoy closing dinner at one of El Poblado's most delicious restaurants and then enjoy a night on the town. Soak in the scene on your final Friday night in El Poblado where people congregate and enjoy each other’s company.
We’ve left your final weekend in Medellin free to do anything you’ve wanted but haven’t gotten around to yet.
Our closing dinner will take place on Saturday evening, allowing us to reflect on our digital nomad experience as a group.
You are free to leave anytime in the last two days. Coordinate your private airport transportation with your Digital Nomad Trips Community Manager.
Travelers are responsible for international airfare to and from Colombia.
Optional activities and transportation to and from them are not included.
Airfare booking details will be sent after registration–please wait to book your flight until you receive further instructions.
All Digital Nomad Trips prices are in USD.