Ever thought of living a life where you can just pack a few necessities in your backpack and. travel all over the world while still making money? Well, you are not alone. There are millions of digital nomads in India whose such a lifestyle is a reality. From my personal experience, it’s such a relief getting to work at your own time, anywhere and still manage to take care of your bills by the end of the month. Many fed up employees have continuously resigned their 9-5 jobs and embarked on a never ending trip around the globe. The whole experience is both satisfying and fun. I will share with you secrets to make it while telecommuting in India or anywhere in the world:

  • Too much travel can be disruptive

Truth be told, travel is exceedingly fun but also exhausting regardless of how much experienced you might be. Every time you decide to hit the road to work from a far away land, you lose your precious working time to choosing suitable places for travel, booking flights, packing, relocating and making re-adjustments. All this time you would probably be bidding for orders, getting work done and perhaps relaxing. Undue delays in terminal stations also waste so much time.

  • Enabling auto-reply email response can be life-saving for any travelprenuer

It is often difficult to get fully prepared for the unknown especially while abroad. No matter how committed you might be in checking your email; you may miss out some very vital emails especially from clients hence losing great working opportunities. Sometimes your phone, laptop, devices fail indefinitely and it could take a little long to get back online. During your offline period, your, potential clients, clients or colleagues may get impatient and end up cancelling an order and stopping any future dealings with you. To avoid such kind of frustrations, get an autoreply email response.

  • Avoid storing your work files on the laptop’s hard drive

I learnt to be saving all my files in the Cloud, Drop box or any other online storage platforms the hard way. This happened during my first trip of working online from India after my laptop crushed after falling off from a cliff just when I had completed a 10 blogs milestone and deadline was here. For a moment, i regretted having made a decision to work online from India. How would I convince my client that I had actually done the work? The entire experience was both frustrating and de-motivating. Starting all over again from scratch was boring and I finally ended up reassigning the task at least so that I don’t lose my regular client. I always advice all remote workers to save their work online as anything can happen, anytime.

  • Only work from pre-vetted co-sharing space

There are thousands of co-sharing spaces in India advertised online with extremely appealing photos. Unfortunately, some of the photos uploaded online are actually downloaded or non-existent and going to such co-working spaces can be incredibly misleading. Your first trip co-working in foreign and can turn out to be the stuff of nightmares when you finally arrive and realized that the space is no-longer in operation or it’s all cracked up. Only book pre-vetted spaces using credible sources in the co-working industry.

  • Working with a timeline is magical

Has it happened to you that a day ends and you cannot really account for what you’ve done a whole day despite sitting behind a computer the entire time? This often happens especially if you do not have a work plan or a to-do list. You realize that a day is gone, the client has started mailing you for pending orders yet you have hardly finished. Since I begun working with a work plan, such cases are a thing of the past. Every day after rising, I always come up with a bucket-list of what I want to have achieved when the day ends. It’s magical how it works!

  • Always account for a jet lag to increase your productivity

Yes, it’s possible to fall fast asleep having been sitting on in a 60000 miles flight and still feel dog tired on arrival. Travel fatigue is real and unavoidable but good thing it can be anticipated for. So, always allow yourself a day or two at the end of your trip in order to refresh enough. In case you are traveling to a destination that is only a few hours flight, a jet lag of few hours is enough. But if you’re taking a continuous flight from Los Angeles to say India, you better get prepared for a major break down at some point!

  • Make your destination your source of inspiration for increased productivity

It is important to remain focused, but this doesn’t mean you should be ignorant about your surrounding ass a travelprenuer. No matter how determined you may be to get work done, always create time to learn about the local culture in your new destination. This will truly enrich your experience and break the monotony of having to work round the clock. If you fail to pay attention to the existing surrounding as you shift location, you’ll be missing out on getting new great opportunities and distinctive professional abilities.

  • Get out of your comfort zone

It is in the human nature to get comfortable at less involving tasks but I’m here to tell you; that way you won’t grow. It’s time to pull out from that comfort cocoon and get ready to take up new challenges. If throughout your nomad lifestyle you’ve only been completing a fixed amount of work, keep increasing the number anytime you get to an interesting destination. You can start small if you are a beginner, but ensure that every day you do a little more than yesterday.

There are thousands of independent remote workers in India who are performing excellently in their nomadic lifestyle. But it all narrows down to getting personal discipline and determination to live a free and fulfilling career life.

Has is it ever crossed your mind on chasing the digital nomad lifestyle? I happened to settle for it early this year when I lost my first white collar job. I have always had passion for exploring the world a lot and digital nomadism seemed like the perfect idea for me. Well I had very many places in mind but India seemed to get most of my attention the most due to its diverse cultures, monuments and areas to explore ranging from exotic cities, ancient ruins, religious structures and a diverse land scape with a wide variety of tourist attractions.

Working remotely from India however was not a walk in the park like many of you perceive it to be. It sure had its fair share of challenges that include:

Paper Work Management in India

Registration at the (Foreigner Regional Registration Office) FRRO is one of the vital steps you will undergo. Despite having all the documents in place you are expected to go back at least twice before being certified with an FRRO certificate. The rules and requirements keep changing and sometimes you may be asked to bring documents that weren’t listed. The FRRO is surely not the best way to have as a first encounter in India but once you overcome it, you are good to go.

Banking and Compliance

Carrying cash has never been a safe option for me. While I was working remotely from India, I found using my home debit card to withdraw cash in the local currencies very expensive.  Mostly I use PayPal as my means of payment off which wasn’t a better option as their cross border fees happened to be very high. I got to learn that transfer Wise have made international transfers more affordable; and offer borderless accounts that can hold money up to 28 currencies making the digital nomad’s lifestyle easier.

The most appropriate way of running your business as a freelancer and a digital nomad is becoming an Estonian E-resident. After this you can create an Estonian limited company that you can manage from anywhere in the world. It enables you to connect to your business online directly. LeapIN helps you establish your company and take care of your accounting, taxation and any other legal compliance.

Internet Connection

Internet accessibility in India is not that good for a remote worker in India. I happened to settle in Goa where the internet really sucks. Many budget able guesthouses lacked Wi-Fi and online booking services were not offered. There is also frequent power shortage which implies that good connection might not be accessible all the time. Normally you can access good Wi-Fi at most coffee shops in major cities across India. If you are working remotely it becomes expensive taking countless cups of coffee just to utilize the free Wi-Fi. Getting an Indian sim card can be a great solution but then it involves intensive paper work and a bureaucratic process that takes some days to get connected.


This was the greatest challenge I faced. Indian delicacies are spicier and very hot for most digital nomads. I found locally vended street foods too oily and spicy that may lead to digestion problems. There are luxurious restaurants with your desired type of food and international eateries like KFC and MC Donald’s that are pretty much expensive in the major Indian cities. I preferred the locally vended food as it saved my money a lot. On the other hand if you prefer cooking your own meal, getting your preferred ingredients used back at home may be quite a hassle due to miscommunication.

Local Transportation – Travelling While Working in India can be very cumbersome. The taxi cab drivers and auto rickshaw drivers are very cunning and always find a way to source extra money from you to cater for the transport cost. If you have no knowledge on the local fares you might end up spending more than what is expected. Some cheeky drivers even take a longer route than the usual to keep the meter running for a longer time, with this kind of dishonesty they can even get to an extra mile of robbing you if you are on your own. It is highly advisable to undertake a little research about the private cab drivers just to be safe.


Some of the Indian natives are not concerned with hygiene practices and maintaining their environment clean. I would put the blame it on the large population and illiteracy. The cities in India are crowded with shanties all over. You will face a very ugly scene especially on hygienic practices in public places like local transportation and trains, affordable hotels and the public toilets. Crowded places happen to be noisy and would not be an ideal place for a digital nomad who is strictly there for work purposes and requires silence.

Language Barrier

Despite English being one of the national languages here, remote workers in India face language barrier especially following the new accent from digital nomads and vice versa. This may lead to miscommunication especially if the parties involved have very strong accent associated problems.  Digital nomads face this especially when purchasing essentials in markets and with the taxi cab drivers of whom majority don’t understand English.

Medical Insurance

No matter where you are, a medical insurance is very important. In case of any emergencies a policy is highly needed. Digital nomads in India are required to have medical insurances which are charged monthly. This is dependent on your length of stay. Purchasing medical insurance relatively becomes cheaper if your vacation lasts for a longer period of time.

Digital Nomadism may sound to be a very promising career choice. Remote workers in India get a whole experience of being in a beautiful and diversified country, not forgetting their rich cultures and sight taking sceneries. But just like any other occupation you have to face the challenges associated with your work place. After all life is not always butter and bread.

When it comes to increasing productivity as a digital nomad more so in India, it is really no different from increasing productivity in any other sector in most cases the same underlying principle will still apply. India is a really vast country and has a lot of different climates, the following are more ways one can improve on their productivity when it comes to being a digital nomad.

  • Create a schedule

Having a time schedule is a vital especially for good time management, that means you need to practice a lot of self-discipline and dedication , being self driven means do all you can to optimize on the available time you have an always knowing what and where you are meant to be at a given time. Being in India as a digital nomad it is great to get accustomed with your surroundings, getting to know people as well as knowing how to network is as crucial. Clearly outline your goal scheduling your time.

  • Having set hours and a dedicated working place.

Having a dedicated working place is extremely crucial more so because it gives a sense of responsibility and professionalism, in as much as many claim the main reason they resulted to being digital nomads was to escape the monotonous day jobs characterized by a nine to five working schedule and office desk was to get freedom, the truth is that a professional working environment sets the mood for focus and creativity. It brings a lot of motivation and sets a working tone. Having a set out and dedicated number of hours when you are most productive is the best way to get a lot done.

  • Minimise distractions using technology

When it comes to making the most of your time you will need to keep the distraction at a minimal level that means making a clear distinction between the working hours and adhering to your set obligations and set goals. One thing that really stands out when it comes to technology is just how useful it can be especially when it comes to handling duties as well as planning both long term and short term. That is where applications and calendars come in handy. You can easily plan out your day and your week at your own convenience and even follow up the plans made.

  • Take breaks.

This is probably something that most people never really put to consideration but taking breaks is as crucial as the actual work , breaks are important with maintaining a high level of concentration and optimizing productivity. This is because a person’s concentration span is limited and you cannot extend it beyond a given period regardless of how good you might be. Breaking down your time into bits of thirty minutes is a great way to maintain concentration and ensuring you do not compromise on the quality of your work in the end. Small five minute breaks go a long way, just unwinding and moving around or just listening to your favourite song is a great way to change the monotony of a task.

  • Regular exercise

Working out is something that most people may not consider and may not be aware of despite being very important. There is a direct link between one’s overall health and their level of productivity. This is why exercise is so important; it can range from something as simple as regular yoga to taking up a sport. Exercise takes you out of your comfort zone and brings a level of tolerance and discipline and in the end it results to one being more motivated as well as being in a really good mood. It is no coincidence as to why some of the most successful people in a wide range of fields will so often attribute their success and productivity to regular exercise. It enhances your mood by releasing dopamine which is the “feel good hormone” and in the process ones overall health and immunity improves. This goes on to reflect in all other aspects of life including overall productivity. For a digital nomad this can be a great opportunity to explore one’s surrounding and environment, it’s a fun and exciting way to make the most out of a given location.

  • Get enough sleep.

Sleep time is as important as the working time you have set aside if not more important. Productivity and moods are severely altered by one’s sleeping patterns. That means setting aside time to sleep enough and sticking to the schedule is essential. And this is where discipline comes into play. One must be ready to commit to a given time. Though there is no harm with having a cheat day once in a while.

  • Change your working environment

Consciously being aware of your surrounding and taking the initiative to spice things up by changing the environment and experimenting with stations every once in a while can go a long way in improving your productivity as well as giving you a renewed sense of purpose. It’s a great way to increase your productivity especially if you are in a new environment. This can be something as simple as taking your laptop and going to a lovely park where you can enjoy the fresh air; you will be surprised just how much of a difference it is capable of making. And India with its vast scenic places is bound to be full of beautiful places you can enjoy this. Digital nomading in India can be very exciting especially if are an adventurous kind of person.

  • Take time to appreciate what you are doing.

Perhaps what is my favourite way to keeping productive is appreciating what I am doing. Being a digital nomad more so in India seems like a very exciting venture. But what might be even more exciting is finding fulfilment in being a digital nomad. It takes a lot of courage to get started but if you constantly find something to be grateful for and you constantly take pride in what you do then it will eventually reflect in your level of productivity.

In as much as being a digital nomad looks like an exciting venture filled with a lot travelling and meeting all new people and places there serious factors one needs to consider before venturing into India. India is a densely populated place and with such comes a few consideration before resolving to drop everything and travelling all the way to India to start a career in being a digital nomad and being a remote worker in India. The following are some of the things one should consider.

  • Personal Definition Of Freedom

The fact is most people resolve to being digital nomads in a bit to get “freedom” from the monotony of daily living and routine but the truth is this may play out differently for different people. Having to leave a stable job and start a new one full of uncertainty is a big step and one needs to be sure of what they really are after to avoid regret and wasted time and opportunity. Freedom may mean being your own boss and in some cases having the freedom to do what you love when you feel like.

  • Building Relationships

Being a digital nomad more so in a place such as India means you will need to be comfortable with the climate and as with the nature of the occupation you will need to be ready to learn how to network with people. That means knowing how to interact on a one on one basis and building new relationships. Interactions and also working remotely in India. When it comes to working online in India there also a lot of logistics and locations one needs to consider.

  • Have A Base

In as much as it is exciting and liberating to constantly be out and and about living your life and exploring new frontiers you will need to have a nice place to always go back home to. It may be a simple apartment or a rented place. Just make sure it is a convenient place for you and if your family if you have one. It can be a real challenge constantly having to move from place to place with no definite shelter. In India prices of houses and apartments may vary depending on the location and value of property it is advised one to do thorough background research before settling on a certain place.

  • Plan Your Goals & Get A Well Defined Plan

Having to go out and be a digital nomad and work remotely is a great way to explore the world and sample new cultures and experiences. But having a set goal and being focused towards trying to fulfil a certain obligation is something also important. It is important to know that the world is full of uncertainties and nothing out there is guaranteed. Lay down your goals and an action plan to back it. It will not only serve as a motivation to keep you going but will also help you improve on interpersonal relations.

  • Have a Plan B

As stated earlier the world we live in is full of uncertainties and India with its vast population, getting to be a remote worker and getting a chance to be outstanding might prove challenging. In as much as it helps to be motivated and go after your goals you can avoid the frustration and possible mid life crisis by having a well laid out plan in case all else fails. It really helps being out and about but having a good back ground in other areas might prove helpful.

  • Have a Routine And Stick To It

Maybe something that no one will tell you is that being your own boss has its advantages but it comes with its fair share of challenges. This means you have to be ready to be accountable for the work you do and you have to learn to follow up on your goals with no supervision. It may not be easy but if you are disciplined then you will enjoy it every step of the way. Look for the time you are most active and productive and try to get as much work done within that period of time.

  • Be Flexible

In as much as it helps to have a routine being a nomad means you will have to be travelling a lot. Learn to adapt to new environments and surroundings. It also means you will have to learn how to be productive even on transit. Whether on a train or on a plain learn to make your laptop your best friend. And that is why having a light laptop is essential you are motivated and you don’t find it hard to get things started.

  • Don’t Stop Learning

We do live in an information age and as the nature of a digital nomad in India and working remotely you will find new and up coming technologies and you will have to be well accustomed to remain relevant. A lot of companies and individuals attribute their success to being flexible and adapting to change and being aware of what the new trends are in the market. Being obsolete is very easy so constantly be up to date with the latest trends.

  • Family

Having to move around may be stressful if you have young kids. Being a digital nomad may not always work best when you have a family and everyone in the family keeps moving out and about. Kids need to enjoy their childhood and have a stable education. If you are a couple then it is best if one of you only gets into being a digital nomad at least at the children’s best interests. That way things can work out. More so being a digital nomad in India.

  • Remember To Have Fun.

Perhaps the most important part of it all is to remember to have a good time. Life is short so if you decide to work remotely in India as a digital nomad, explore the site sample the culture and meet new people. Make the most out of the experience and have fun while it lasts.

So, who is a telecommuter or a remote worker? It’s a person who can work from anywhere as long as they have a stable internet connection and a laptop with them. Our generation is sick and tired. Tired of the current horrible job market, working under supervision over all the years, a thousand-and-one job regulations to adhere to, rising super early to go to work yet get pea-nut payment by the end of the month. Thanks to the digital nomadism lifestytle which has come to the rescue of many fed up employees. Digital nomads in India make money through various ways including blogging, social media marketing, affiliate marketing, e-books, online coaching and other ingenious ways.

If you are serious and passionate about traveling while working online, I will share with you easy real-life steps on how to get started in the digital nomadism career:

  • Join Digital Nomad Communities

Before I joined any digital nomad community, I hardly thought it was necessary at all. I always relied on advice from a few friends who have been remote workers in India and reading blogs of successful digital nomads online which was quite limiting. Interacting with other nomads in digital nomad communities gave me a great exposure on how to find new clients, the best software to use for time tracking, ways of finding talented graphic designers and many other business tips that have contributed to my success story today. 

  • Find a way to generate steady income

Being a digital nomad does not exempt you from expenses; if anything you only pocket the profit after catering for all expenses including accommodation, flight charges, food, co-sharing space fee and so on. Before you can even make your trip arrangements, ensure that you are earning regular income that is capable of sustain you in any foreign country without experiencing financial set-backs. This means you have to increase your money-making avenues like say Upwork, Fiverr, Freelancer, Homework market and any other platforms that will help you generate income. 

  • Rent your Home/ sell your home

Becoming a digital nomad sometimes means staying without a permanent place you can call home. If you’re serious about being a digital nomad, you need to be a person who can comfortably embrace this state. Incase you can get tenants to live in your house while you are away,  hire a person they can count on in case any issues arise. Property management agencies are a good option if you want to go the professional way. Alternatively, you can consider selling off your home. But this is a difficult decision to make especially because of the uncertainty of digital nomadism.

  • Get a storage unit to put all your belongings

I was done living a life crowded in all corners especially during weekends and all I wanted was to become a digital nomad in a far away country. But how exactly was I supposed to detangle myself from the script and be a telecommuter? Am I supposed to sell off everything I own including Precious, my pet? These are some of the questions that kept lingering in my mind and they can certainly bother anyone. After you are certain about starting the digital nomadism lifestyle, get a garage sale for all belongings you may not need. There is always that one thing you find really find difficult to part with; yet you cannot travel with everything you own to foreign lands. For such, you may need to get a storage unit and start paying for it a year prior so that you avoid any anxiety while you start your journey.

  • Get someone to take care of your pets while you are away

At first, I had thought I would carry Precious with me throughout my travels. This was definitely not a good idea considering climate change factors and a whole slew of laws and regulations in different states. Hence, do not even consider carrying your pets along as you embark on your trips. You may also have to add extra responsibilities like dealing with immunizations, quarantines. Let your pets remain at home with a person whom you can trust for their long-term care while you’re away.

  • Get a credit Card without International fees

Most of the credit cards have an extra cost for any ATM withdrawals and purchases. You need to avoid any unnecessary charges when you can. Hence, consider a card such as an American Express Card that lacks those extra costs. It is important for you to access your cash at low or no cost at all.

  • Find good Travel Insurance In case of emergencies

Problems are unpredictable and may arise anytime while you’re traveling, so getting good travel insurance is a must-have.  Ensure your insurance is valid throughout the time you’ll be away so as to cater for any emergencies or other health-related incidents that may arise. Always bear in mind that healthcare is a prerequisite need and different states have different healthcare systems.

  • Join a credit monitoring site

It’s crucial that you get a service provider to monitor your credit anytime while you’re away. They should be able to send you message alerts whenever an unusual activity is detected. Issues with credit can arise at anytime and you may only realize 6 Months later that your identity was stolen when you do not have much to do then. The other option would be to get a security freeze for your credit throughout your time away.

  • Book your Housing Prior to arriving

It is always advisable that you find your accommodation before arriving to the actual destination. Whether you will book some cottages or decide to reside in a hostel, do intense research on how to make booking arrangements before arrival. Through my personal experience, I’d advice anyone to look for a temporary accommodation first. On arriving to the desired destination; look for a long-term accommodation.

It took me about 3 Months to get my feet in digital nomad life in India, full-time travel lifestyle. It would take around the same time for any digital nomad in India to find out what’s working best for them. But throughout your lifestyle as a digital nomad, you will have totally different encounters in almost every new place.

Digital nomadism may sound as the quintessential dream career. Exploring the world just with a laptop and a few essentials in a back-back , making a personal schedule in a coffee shop from a far away country while sipping your favorite drinks on a beach, moving from a destination to another as you admire the nature’s beauty, yet still make ends meet by the end of the day. But this is it; reality seems to have been romanticized. Unlike the common mentality, digital nomadism is not an occupation title but a lifestyle preference; so is working remotely from home.

I will share with you 7 facts you probably didn’t know about being a digital nomad :

Most Digital Nomads do not make prior plans of being one, they just  find themselves traveling and working

When I wrote my resignation letter and finally presented it to my boss, I had no idea about what my life would turn out to be. All I wanted was to have financial freedom yet work at my own pace, from anywhere. I started remote working by  doing a few blogs during my part time on a daily basis and it later turned out to be something I was absolutely passionate about. Back then, I only had a few details about digital nomadism that I had learnt from a few articles I had read and a several experiences from my friends who are Digital nomads in India.  If you think you love to travel but you’re not yet ready to quit your job, you will probably never be. Just do it!

Digital nomadism is not always an exciting escapade

Initially, I presumed that being a digital nomad you would not loose it in any way; you can do your work then tour around during your free time; but I got it all wrong. Being a remote worker has its challenges. Like WiFi glitches which sometimes really suck especially just when deadline is here and pages won’t load, missing home (This may sound stupid but at times homesickness affects many digital nomads to an extent of reducing productivity).

Did you also know traveling can be distractive sometimes and make you less productive? This often happens when a remote worker gets overwhelmed by the exciting surrounding hence losing focus. To avoid this, keep reminding yourself that you are on a business trip, not just a vacay.

You will often screw up- and that’s Alright

It is normal for things to sound easier when said yet seem pretty hard to accomplish when it’s time. This has happened to me countless times. Remote workers often come up with a work plan prior to getting to the co-sharing space. In the end, you may realize that you have only accomplished half of the thing in the to-do list. In case you have found yourself in a similar situation; all is not lost. Try having break-out sessions after a reasonable period of working. This tactic is a life saver in enhancing productivity.

Changing environment eventually increases your productivity

Digital nomads are also likely to suffer from carbin fever especially while working from a fixed place for too long all by you. I personally know people who work in isolation even in foreign states, something that makes work both boring and overwhelming. If you find out that you are less productive while working from a certain area, take a trip to a different environment. It works!

Losing your job sometimes ushers- in greater opportunities

When reality finally set in that I am no-longer employed, it was quite intimidating. How would I pay my bills without being on a payroll? I knew thousands of people were dying to get an accounting job in our organization. So it injured my ego to loose the so called “good profession” Finally, the reality hit that I was now on my own and life had to go on anyway. I decided to be better than I ever was throughout my time in job. Eventually, I started finding life easier than ever before. I would work anytime, anywhere and make more money while still enjoying adventure.

Mistaken beliefs can make you a life-time slave to work

When I started writing, I had never thought of it as a full-time employment for anyone. I always viewed it as a way of keeping me sane as I hunted for a “real full-time” job.  The mentality that full-time jobs are the only real jobs has held so many people captive today. Eventually, you end up retiring poor having had no fun; loosing it in both worlds can be really frustrating.

Being a digital nomad is astoundingly inspirational

Being a digital nomad, am constantly moving to new places, interacting with different a person which often gives me new impulses; it makes you aspire to be a better person every day and move out of your comfort cocoon. During my trip to New Delhi, I realized that India is among the countries that are growing speedily in this technological realm. Almost all Digital nomads India channels are full of remote workers each trying to make ends meet. It is a great networking platform that is likely to inspire anyone.

Digital nomading is not for everyone

If you want to thrive as a digital nomad, you have only one major assignment; to make up your mind if it’s right for you! Do you love family? Are you ready to travel every now then? These are some of the questions you may have to answer privately.  Most of the digital nomads in India and worldwide have no family commitments.  Unlike working remotely, it can be challenging to keep moving with family and having to enroll your children to a new school every time you relocate. Being a digital nomad may sometimes mean living without a place of your own; after all, you are constantly moving.

Generally, being a digital nomad has its pros and cons. So if you think it is too demanding for you, Working remotely from home is a good alternative. However, there are countless Remote workers in India and all over the globe that have beautiful success stories of being digital nomads.

Before I made up my mind to go to India for my first remote working experience, I did not have a thousand reasons as to why I should. Nonetheless, I still decided it was worth a trial. India is well known country due to its lively, colorful nature and the fact that it is developing at a very alarming rate. Did I mention the food, colors &exciting festivals and low cost of living?

If you are a digital nomad who aspires to take a trip to India, I have good news for you! There are 300 cities for you to choose from. These include Delhi, Bengaluru (formerly called Bangalore), & Chennai (previously called Madras) which are the prime cities in South India. To the East and North Eastern India respectively are: Kolkata and Guwahati. Regardless of the City you choose to work from, there are various considerations you should make the decision of choosing any of the states as Digital nomads India channel. These include: the phone company that has the best coverage, the data rates for those places as well as a comfortable and convenient accommodation venue.

In this article, I will shortlist several reasons that make India a place to be for any digital nomad.

Relatively Affordable Cost Of Living

Following the latest data updates, India has been ranked as the most cost-friendly country to live in. This ranking is with reference to food, clothing, accommodation as well as day-to-day items. We all know rent typically covers the largest part of our budget on a monthly basis. Therefore, if you are back-packer living on a budget you would probably be on the lookout for such a place as India. The low-cost living standard in India allows you to enjoy a seriously lavish lifestyle, with shows and excursions as you Work online from India.   

A variety of Co-working Spaces/Casual Work Cafe

The idea of casual work café is a more evolved concept in the western countries but has also turned out to be trendy in India with the current wave of development. Co-shared spaces are fun to work from and are life-savers for any Remote worker in India who is hunting for a flawless WiFi network, comfortable environment in order to increase their productivity. Speaking from my personal experience, I spent my first Month of the trip at Delhi which had a wide collection of co-working spaces that were well equipped with modern amenities, mentorship programmes and it also exposed me to a great networking platform. What else would a remote worker be looking for?

Cosmopolitan Cities/Culture

I am a person who appreciates culture and I definitely knew I would love India due to its Multicultural demographics. Precisely, Mumbai is the most cosmopolitan City in India as it has a vast population of Indians from Central, NorthEast, Southern and the East. Besides being a Multicultural city with almost all diversities of the Indian states, it is also hosts the worship shrines for Jews and Parsis who are the minorities. Most of the Indian festivals take place at Mumbai and it was absolutely fun to witness some of the festivals taking place like the Holi (colour festival). It’s not a secret how much I enjoyed the traditional dishes specially prepared from different Indian cultures. If you are a remote worker who is a foodie like me, am sure you’d love it too.

Scenic Natural Sites

I am not only a digital nomad but also a passionate biker, or should I say travelprenuer?; so a motorbike is all I needed anytime I needed to enjoy the beautiful scene of flat plains and the highest peaks of Himalayas, dusty, dry and blue-water beaches. For both is beautiful landscape and diversity of nature, it is a perfect place for Digital nomads India channels.

Data Speed

To be honest with you, how fast internet is during your Digital nomading in India depends on the City in which you are in. Different operators have different coverage in different states. I used Airtel throughout my trip in India as it has super low customer base being the best Telecom operator. The operator used by your co-working space is the one that determines the speed of data on your laptop. Research has shown that 99% of large scale companies in India solely depend on Airtel. This explains the reason behind their huge customer base.

India’s Political Stability

Before I started traveling, I was extremely indifferent about anything political. Later on during my trips to different states, it came to my notice that political decisions affect almost everything in a state starting from Economic and social status. India is the most democratic state and this has helped in maintaining a calm state within the surrounding. In fact, it is deemed as being among the most secure democratic state both economic and political wise. So if you are a remote worker, as you make your travel plans, you should consider the political stability of that state.

Multipurpose Environment

If you are a digital nomad who started with working from home, a closed office set-up, you know how lonely and bored one can get especially if you work round-the- clock. Many people actually get a indefinite metabolism reaction, like a pit in the stomach when they think about shifting careers to writing which may probably make them introverts and antisocial. Thanks to the invention of the idea of working while still exploring the world. It has turned online working into fun, successful and rewarding remote work.

Working as a Digital nomad in India gives you a chance to increase productivity in your work as well as enjoy adventurous activity. Some of the memorable fun activities i  stil remember enjoy are like hiking at the towering peaks and Summit of Himalaya’s Mountains, swimming in the  fascinating rivers as well as bike riding through the challenging terrains and to the beautiful country side. Did I also mention zipping through the jungle atFlying Fox Kikar which happens to be the longest zip line in South Asia?

Precisely, India is among the top epitomes of adventure in the globe for any remote worker who loves adventure to break out of the boredom of working throughout.

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