Digital Nomads in Colombia

Colombia is one of the bright spots for digital nomads in Latin America. Cities like Medellín and Bogotá have a growing community of digital nomads and expats. There are plenty of groups to network and socialize.

Vibrant & Growing Digital Nomad Communities Throughout Colombia
Cost of Living
Very Reasonable
Co-Working Spaces
Medellín is full of coworking spaces. Other cities are building more!
Average Wifi Upload/Download Speeds
Average 35gb / 15gb
Outdoor Adventure
From the Amazon to the Carribean, Colombia truly has it all for the adventure seekers.
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Colombia Nomad Budget


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Colombia Digital Nomad Visa

Yes! There is a digital nomad visa in Colombia!

Colombia offers a special Colombia remote work visa for entrepreneurs, known as the Migrant (M) visa. It allows you to stay in the country for up to three years. However, many digital nomads can enter on a tourist visa. This allows a 90-day stay, extendable for up to 180 days per year.

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Photo of a beautiful old city in Colombia

Digital Nomad in Colombia Communities

Medellin Colombia digital nomad: Known as the “City of Eternal Spring” for its sunny climate, Medellín is a top choice for digital nomads searching to live in South America. Selina Cowork, Global Express, and Publico Coworking are the top cowering spaces in Medellin.

Medellin Must-dos

  • Botanical Gardens
  • Museum of Antioquia
  • Cable car ride up to Parque Arví
  • Nightlife in El Poblado

Digital Nomad Bogota is Colombias capital city and offers a mix of historic charm and modern touches. Check out WeWork, TPC (The Professional Co-workers), and Atomhouse for the best coworking spots for digital nomads in Colombia in Bogota.

What to Explore in Bogota:

  • Gold Museum
  • La Candelaria Neighborhood
  • Monserrate for stunning city views,
  • Paloquemao Market local food.

Cartagena is a coastal city known for its beautiful architecture and beautiful Caribbean beaches. Selina Cowork and Work & Go. are coworking spots in Cartagena. 

What to Do in Cartagena

  • Colorful Old Town
  • Castle of San Felipe de Barajas
  • Rosario Islands
  • Local seafood dishes

Santa Marta: Another coastal city, Santa Marta is a gateway to the stunning Tayrona National Park. WorkSpot and Blue Mango Coworking are the most popular cowering spots. 

Things to see in Santa Marta

  • Beaches
  • Tayrona National Park
  • Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino

Cali , Colombia is known as the salsa capital of the world, and has an amazing cultural scene. Office Pass Coworking and Cali CoWork are the top places to work. 

Not to be missed: 

  • Salsa lessons
  • Cali Zoo
  • Historic San Antonio neighborhood
  • Eat chontaduro and pandebono.
man walking up the stairs to his hotel in Medellin, Colombia

The Best Digital Nomad Coliving in Colomia

Medellin Digital Nomad Coliving


International House Co-Living has an amazing rooftop terrace lounge, barbecue and a terrace. With amazing wifi, and clean spaces this is a great place to call home in Colombia.

Digital Nomad Bogota Coliving


Granada Hostel is in the historical area of Bogota. Hang on the patio bar, read a book on the hammocks or work in one of the many social rooms. All rooms are all unique in size and style, displaying the original house layout. Recently and completely remodeled with the most modern touches.


photo of a classic house in Colombia

Santa Marta Coliving


Flamingo Coliving has the best combination of coliving and workinging space in the Caribbean coast perfect for Colombia digital nomads. With tropical flowers, palm leaves, and with the beach nearby, Flamingo Coliving is a new way of working and living remotely.

How to Get to Colombia

Flights : Domestic flights are a quick and efficient way to travel long distances across Colombia. The main domestic airlines are Avianca, LATAM, and Viva Air.

Bus : Buses are the most common form of long-distance transport in Colombia. They are affordable and connect all parts of the country. The quality of buses can vary, so it’s recommended to pay a little more for a reputable company like Bolivariano or Expreso Brasilia. Many Colombias ride the bus on their daily commute.

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Getting Around Colombia


By Car: Renting a car is an option, but keep in mind that driving in Colombia can be challenging due to heavy traffic in cities and winding roads in rural areas. Also, many Colombian highways have tolls.


By Taxi or Rideshare: In cities, taxis and rideshare services like Uber are widely used. Some digital nomads living on Colombia have suggested to stick to the more well know ride share apps for safety. 


By Metro: Medellín is the only city in Colombia with a metro system. It’s a clean, efficient, and affordable way to get around the city.


By Bike: Cities like Bogotá and Medellín are bike-friendly, with dedicated bike lanes and bike-sharing programs. On Foot: In smaller towns and within city centers, walking can be an easy way to explore.

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