The Top 5 Most Underrated Places for Digital Nomads to Travel!
There are 195 countries in the world and 4,416 cities, so chances are you might have a hard time choosing where to move next. The digital nomad lifestyle consists of suitcases, airport check-ins, adventures, amazing food and even better sights to see. With this exciting lifestyle you don’t always have the time to hunt down the hidden gems to explore. Here at Live Anywhere, we want to expose the many areas of the world that tourists neglect to venture to. Short to come are the top five most underrated places to travel if you’re a daring digital nomad.
- Savannah, Georgia
Georgia brings her southern charm into the town of Savannah. Scattered with historic buildings, bars, museums, and the multitude of brunch hot spots, the town is ready to be explored. The underground bar scene will entertain your night owl, while getting some sun at the beach will occupy your days. Not only does Savannah Georgia have a great beach life but you may spot a celeb over at Tybee Island where movies like Baywatch, The Last Song, and SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water were filmed.
- Albuquerque, New Mexico
Albuquerque is the biggest city in New Mexico that is loaded with art, culture, and history. Outdoor adventurers can have their pick of forests, parks, and wildlife reserves to explore. Sure Albuquerque has a fair share of art galleries, but check out the Native American cliffs carvings preserved on nature trails for some artistic inspiration. The sky’s literally the limit in Albuquerque – check out the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. Every year for nine days in October, hundreds of balloons ascend into the sky during this world-renowned festival.
- Missoula, Montana
A perfect mix of city and country Missoula has a vast amount of open space, while still having a thriving downtown life. The University of Montana brings in students who populate the town with life and energy. For hikers, Missoula has you covered with five mountain ranges to explore. Lace up your boots and take your pick from the Bitterroot Mountains, Sapphire Range, Garnet Range, Rattlesnake Mountains, or the Reservation Divide to conquer. When you’re done hiking, grab a pint at one of the local pubs.
Going outside the border of the United States, we travel to Albania. Located in the south of the Balkan Peninsula, this country occupies 225 miles of the breathtaking Adriatic and Ionian coastlines and picturesque views of the Albanian Alps. If the scenery doesn’t excite you then you’ll be pleased to hear that the currency exchange rate is one of the best in the world. For example, 1,800 lek is worth a little under 17 dollars. Your extra savings can be spent on the renowned restaurants, cafes, and bars all located right on the Albanian Riviera Beach. If you’re more of a history buff you can investigate the many historic castles and ancient ruins.
Bolivia, a country located in South America, has preserved its culture and traditions throughout the centuries. Over 80 percent of the overall population is made up of indigenous people, specifically Aymara and Quechua. As you travel through the country’s mountains, forests, and rivers you can see the various different cultures in food such as Papas Rellenas(stuffed potatoes), song, and stories. This is a country where you are not only surrounded by spectacular views but immersed in true culture.
These are just a handful of hidden gems perfect for digital nomads. What other places are off the beaten path that are great for the nomad lifestyle and working remotely? Live Anywhere wants to know! Join our mailing list and get involved with our community whose goal is to make nomadic living the experience you wanted it to be!