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Remote workers welcome in Santo Domingo

With thousands of accommodations in rental properties available, the city of Santo Domingo is welcoming digital nomads. The city is centrally located in the Dominican Republic, with weekend vacations to beach and mountain destinations easily accesible by traveling by good roads to the west, east, northwest, north and northeast of the country.

Travel Off Path reports that Santo Domingo has made it to a top position in the Nomad List, regarded as the most popular platform for tracking workcation trends globally.

Nomad List reports on Internet speed, attractive weather, nearby beach and cultural locations and cost of monthly living in US dollars.

Santo Domingo is the capital city of the Dominican Republic. It has great shopping, cultural and entertainment life. The city has thousands of places to eat outside home and many well-supplied supermarkets. It also has many neighborhoods with lots available within walking distance. It also has terrible traffic jams. The Nomad List positioning reaffirms that the city works for those working remote.

See some of the destinations ranked in the Caribbean:

Santo Domingo, DR: 63 Mbps, US$1,887
Havana, Cuba: 4 Mbps, US$1,783
Kingston, Jamaica: 18 Mbps, US$2,647
St. George’s, Grenada: 37 Mbps, US$3,593
San Juan, Puerto Rico: 40 Mbps, US$4,129
Montego Bay, Jamaica: 18 Mbps, US$3,368
Cabarete, DR: 14 Mbps, US$2,021
Oranjestad, Aruba: 28 Mbps, US$4,011
Caye Caulker, Belize: 13 Mbps, US$3,221
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad: 17 Mbps, US$2,908
Willemstad, Curacao: 15 Mbps, US$4,236

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Nomad List
Travel Off Path

2 April 2024