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Why you should visit Peru as a Digital Nomad

Anyone who travels to Peru will hardly believe that it‘s just one country. Peru is located in South America and impresses all types of travelers with its diverse landscape: the coast on the Pacific, the majestic mountains, the cities and the jungle with one of the most diverse wildlife in the world. So there is plenty of variety in Peru. Let’s find out what Peru has to offer for digital nomads!

The number of remote workers in Peru has continued to increase in recent years. However, the country is far from being crowded with tourists. As a digital nomad, you will find some coworking spaces in Peru, especially in the two largest cities in the country, Lima and Arequipa. Lima is the capital city of Peru and it’s located directly on the sea. In addition to coworking spaces, there is a lot of sightseeing and food to discover. But also smaller cities like Urubamba or Cusco are worth a visit.

If you want to get to know Peru as a digital nomad, you will surely love the diversity and beauty of the country. The climate in Peru varies greatly due to the size and height differences in the country. In the winter season, it can get really cold in the highlands of Peru. Snow and freezing temperatures are not uncommon. On the coast and in the jungle, however, nomads enjoy warm temperatures all year round.

Where to find Digital Nomads in Peru

Digital nomads also like the Pacific coast of Peru. The focus here is not on work, but on relaxation. The coast offers a pleasant climate all year round and the beaches are ideal for sunbathing, swimming and surfing.

Chicama, in the north of Peru, is a surf hotspot. Here, you can find the longest wave in the world. The coastal region offers many small and large holiday resorts, ideal for backpackers who want to change their accommodation on a regular basis.

In the jungle there is a very high humidity. But enduring these hot temperatures is worth it! Lots of travelers are impressed by the jungle and wildlife of Peru. You can start your safari journey from Pucalpa and Iquitos. It’s highly recommended!

As a digital nomad, you can easily enter Peru with a tourist visa. All you need is your passport, which must be valid for at least six months at the time of entry. You do not have to apply for the tourist visa in advance, you get it with a stamp in your passport upon entry. It is valid for 90 days. If you want to stay in Peru for more than 90 days, this is only possible by applying to the Peru migration office.

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