Being a digital nomad offers you so much freedom and flexibility, but on the downside, it can get a little isolating at times. The good news is, many new resources have become available to digital nomads looking to network, collaborate and socialise with other hard-working travellers like themselves. These digital nomad community groups can be found online and offline in cities around the world.
Members: Over 53,000
Cost: $30 for 1 month/ $99 for 1 year/ $149 for lifetime membership
About: Nomad List is one of the biggest online communities for remote workers around the globe. It was originally created by a Dutch entrepreneur looking to connect with the international nomad community. Some of the world’s best-known digital nomads are members; the site offers filters to help you pick your next destination, a long list of Slack channels for hot topics, plenty of opportunities to attend meetups, and the chance to match with friends or dates while travelling.
About: On this subreddit channel you can find a huge range of topics and discussions from novice and experienced digital nomads. A great resource for answers, advice and “life hacks”.
About: This Facebook group was started by the founder of @nomadcruise and @homebaseglobal, and gives working wanderers a place to discuss all the biggest digital nomad topics. Get the latest info and insights on the best travel destinations, new marketing hacks and potential collaborations. A great place to connect and share your stories.
About: A group created to encourage knowledge-sharing, where digital nomads from all across the globe share their top tips and experiences.
About: A platform for digital nomads to share tips and advice, meet each other online and look into coworking opportunities with each other.
About: This group was started by Milou from Explorista.net, with the aim of uniting and inspiring women who are living the digital nomad lifestyle. It’s a place to make friends who really understand what you do and the challenges you face.
About: This group is in line with it’s name, it is for location independant entrepreneurs that travel and are looking for advice or to connect with other similar entrepreneurs. This is a great platform to ask questions but also network or find that o-founder you’ve been searching for.
About: Campfire provides opportunities for working travellers to network and share anything related to their business, passions and goals in a supportive online environment.
About: This group is for beginner, aspiring, successful and experienced digital nomads + remote workers to come together to support each other in our unique digital nomad journeys.
Members: 102,949 (292 groups)
Cost: Free & paid options
About: This is the ultimate online resource for those wanting to find real-life meet-ups. There are plenty of events for location-independent entrepreneurs around the world, from drinks and dinner parties to presentations and workshops.
Members: Over 3,786
About: This app is designed to help a variety of digital nomads who are looking for side projects to team up and collaborate. You can use it to open yourself up to some great long-lasting partnerships and connections.
Members: Over 250,000
About: If you’re new in town and looking to explore the local nightlife, this app gives you an easy way to meet up and hang out with other travellers and locals.
About: Get a taste of the local flavour while making new friends. This app facilitates meetups for dinner parties, cooking classes and food tours.
These are just a few of the most popular digital nomad community groups out there. Don’t let loneliness get in your way when you’re exploring new territory – it’s easier than ever for digital nomads to connect with friends anywhere in the world. Do you have any more commuities to add?