Koh Mak, a lesser-known Thai island, is a great choice for remote workers looking for a peaceful escape. With its lush greenery, fewer tourists, and worldclass workspaces, Koh Mak is the perfect place to focus on your work and enjoy the beauty of Thailand.
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Cayman Islands Global Citizen Concierge Program (GCCP) targets high-income digital nomads and remote workers looking for a luxury Caribbean experience for up to two years.
Canada doesn't have a digital nomad visa, but a couple of options are available to digital nomads and remote workers.
The Cabo Verde Remote Working Program is a six-month temporary permit, with an option to renew.
Brazil's Digital Nomad Visa (VITEM XIV) allows foreign nationals employed by companies outside of Brazil to live and work in the country for up to one year, with the possibility of renewal.
Bermuda's Work from Bermuda visa allows remote workers and freelancers to live and work in the country for up to 12 months.
Belize's Work Where You Vacation visa allows individuals and families to live and work in Belize for six months