What is it like to be a digital nomad in Northeastern Brazil?

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When we talk about the most popular destinations for digital nomads, most of the time we see European countries. But today we have a different proposal. In Latin America, Brazil attracts everyone’s attention for its natural beauty. And that inspired me to tell you what it’s like to be a digital nomad in Northeastern Brazil and how much we have to explore in this beautiful region.

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This subject has everything to do with the Farofa Expedition, my current journey within the World in Sandwiches project. The project came about when I hit the road and realized I could get to know Brazilian landscapes and cuisine.

Interested in finding out more about this topic? So keep reading.

The Northeast region of Brazil

When we talk about this region of Brazil, we are referring to a geographic area that is home to more than 50 million people.

It is the region with the largest number of states in the country, totaling nine. And they all got a view of the Atlantic Ocean.

Therefore, it is impossible to talk about the Northeast region without mentioning its beautiful beaches. The coastline extends for about 4000 km.

Consequently, tourists from all over the world come towards Brazil due to the beauty and variety of places to be visited. And for those reasons, being a digital nomad in Northeastern Brazil is an excellent option for those who want to adopt this lifestyle.

Is it worth being a digital nomad in Northeastern Brazil?

If you are questioning it, I’ll give you a straight answer: Yes, it’s worth a lot.

During the Farofa Expedition, for example, I’ve been to Cumuruxatiba, Trancoso, Arraial do Cabo, Porto Seguro and Itacaré. All these cities in only one state: Bahia!

In general, tourist cities have a higher cost of living. However, offer a better structure for us, who travel and work at the same time.

It is curious how you can notice contradictory landscapes in the same destination, such as beautiful views and extremely poor places.

Finally, it is important to highlight that the smaller and lesser known cities are cheaper to live in and also have beautiful landscapes to enjoy.

Cities in Northeastern Brazil are some of the cheapest places to live in Brazil

If you are thinking of becoming a digital nomad and visiting Northeastern Brazil, there is one more important thing that I would like to share with you.

In the ranking of the cheapest cities to live in Brazil, Maceió, Olinda and Porto Seguro appear at the top of the list.  These cities are excellent options for you to include in your next journey. They all have the structure for you to be a digital nomad in Northeastern Brazil.

Finally, it is important to remember that most places in this region of Brazil may lack infrastructure. In other words, it is worth researching a lot about the city you’re planning to visit when organizing your travel itinerary.

And, if you want to know more destinations for digital nomads rest assured. Here you will find every thing you need to know.

Did you like the tips? Then tell us how your journey in Northeastern Brazil was!

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