@Flyonthewall Thank you so much for that information. If you can get most of your work done in major cities, you’ll be fine (same quality as a phone call, or better, and you can video when you need / want to without any problems), but you could be screwed if you’re out in the middle of nowhere and a client has an emergency. 1-bdr in center is $3,500-$4,000 + $200-$300 for parking + $100-$200 for utilities. MAIN LIBRARY. Not sure how well it translates to your usecases. It is still great and you can find really cheap apartments (300-400$) and restaurants (2-3$ for a main). ( Most listings are done by agents).Once you have a fair idea about the rates, facilities and locations look out on your own to hone on ta suitable accomodation. Many of India’s foreign embassies and political residences are found in the area, and it’s where a good portion of those who work in the district chooses to live. There’s a lot to talk about being a nomad as an Indian, but I’ll tell you this much – in many ways our experience is very different from that of most of the others you’ll find in this forum. The Delhi region comprises nine main districts, which are all centred around New Delhi, the Central district. My travels have mostly taken me outside India but | am looking forward to travelling in India more and discovering our wonderful motherland. I have no desire to ever go back to India and want to get a better passport. Currently, I get great Internet through my home-stay to work on projects, but that’a about it. Regarding iPhone vs. Android - both are capable of being used as a hotspot, although older iPhones have more problems regarding this (in my experience). Things to Do in New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi: See Tripadvisor's 717,412 reviews & photos of 1,091 New Delhi attractions. The majority of the friends I grew up with in the Middle East are scattered all over India now, so I mostly wind up crashing with a friend who hosts me instead of booking a hostel and trying to figure out cost-efficiency on my own when I travel in India. Aww, huh, just missed you. Hi guys,I am from Hyderabad and looking to start a nomadic lifestyle soon. Some restaurants aren't open as much during monsoon season, but visited several that were, and the food was great. It’s enough for email / text work or code, but not enough to stream Netflix easily. We are connected on Facebook, I’m from Dhaka, still not a full-time nomad though aspiring to become one someday soon. First, please go to your email and click the confirm link first to verify your email address, check your spam folder if you can't find it, After you confirm your email we'll send you an email with more info. come here to Chandigarh; love the place. But this isn’t specific to Goa. Airbnb is $1, Mumbai, August 28-September 2, September 7, September 11 2019. She’s probably the best person to talk to about security stuff for women; let me know when you’re there and I’ll put you in touch with her. Find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions in Google Maps. I got Vodaphone for now as there wasn’t Jio where I got my SIM. The subway system is a marvel, streets signs were easy to read, everyone speaks English (that just makes it easy for me as an English speaker) it is safe, clean, and parks are gorgeous. Then i go to Sachcha Dham Ashram join a Bhajans and listen to Satsang from my Guru there. Hi Dave, I would love to be connected with your friends there, message me if that’s still a possibility. I’m leaning more toward the mountains these days, but Goa’s worth doing. Nextdoor is the neighborhood hub for trusted connections and the exchange of helpful information, goods, and services. Reviews (209) 669-0584 Website. The Vodafone 4G hotspot device (not the dongle) also has an internal battery, so you can run much longer if you’re working remotely without power for a while. Calcutta has a couple of coffee shops that are great co-working locations, and some of the places I’ve traveled would be great coworking hubs (Dharamsala, Goa). In fact, my observation was that it has been deteriorating. A SIM dealer might offer a quicker option to use a local’s ID for a small charge. The average rental price in Delhi is currently $856, based on NeighborhoodScout's exclusive analysis. What phone company has the best coverage and data speeds for those places, or India in general?I also heard of people using a wifi stick to work remotely while traveling in areas where you may not be able to find a coffee shop, hotel, etc, with reliable wifi. 7-day money-back guarantee. I am going to india on Monday - my friend told me it would take 4 days to get a SIM card?? I haven’t been there myself yet but keep hearing very good things about it. Secondly, I only visit metropolitan cities, because I work on a mobile internet tech product and need perennial stable internet connectivity and power. It seems necessary with all the outages, although the one I’m using is quite heavy and not good for travel. It just seemed endless, completely unrelated and incredibly fun. Just remember this, people working at supermarkets make 2 usd/per hour. Download Everything If you are in exploring mode then to go to the specific state map page. Internet: 36 EUR/month get me 450/40 mbps (cable -> DOCSIS 3.0) Public transport is 2.70 EUR/ticket. What I want to know is if there are any places you know of with free / cheap food and stay throughout India? With HOTSPOT device you can keep it on in your hang bag and use the wifi, on go for phone. (These may be irrelevant if you’re not working in tech.) Well, There were postal delivery zones in the past and the postal department even used to make maps of these zones. Hello All,We are a nomad family starting our journey in Medellin. What’s up? It works surprisingly well; I’ve ridden Calcutta - Kargil - Leh - Bangalore - Calcutta camping for three months. Jio is a new mobile network started last year. Vasant Kunj. Apart from that, we have been taking up new projects to work on. Some really odd, xenophobic sounding comments on here. It’s hard to find people of the same mindset and flexible schedules that I have. Also a few things here and there. Quick examples: I can’t manage teams if the team members are older than me; some employees will throw a shitfit if they find out their manager is younger than them, or that someone younger than them makes more cash than they do. Legal methods of course, but not the usual routes like marriage or employment based migration. Have you worked in Goa? Neighborhood Maps drawn by millions of people around the world, including you. He’s been hanging out with us in Chiang Mai but is going back to India in a few days due to visa issues. Or planning to come down? It’s fun (if a little tedious at times). Pune has got amazing weather, happy to help people (opposite of Bangalore), reliable internet connection (Airtel 4G), plenty of dine-out & food-delivery options, & moderately priced AirBNB homes (35k-45k/month for 1BHK). Check any emails you got from Nomad List before. U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer 9510 Stephens St Delhi CA 95315. I might be in Goa in a week-ish. Before getting married in Dec-14, I usually travelled across India and now me n my wife started travelling to other countriesRight now in Thailand n here for another 12 days. Based on Delhi's cost of living, here's selected remote jobs that would cover your costs: I love Rishikesh, and it's a very pleasant place to live as a digital nomad. Thanks for this, appreciated. This leaves mobile: Vodafone 4G is great, works most places, but will drop you back to 3G speeds outside major cities / metro areas. Not for the faint of heart. Lots of interesting stories. @keerthiko Yes, a lot of your reply answers the basic fact how easy or difficult it is for someone from India doing it throughout the world. I work on marketing for online course instructors. In India, if you want connectivity in remote corner including high in the mountain then one should go with State Telecom Provider BSNL. I use Skype / Hangouts for calls every day, and don’t even stop my torrents while doing it, but that’s on a 100mbps fiber line. Since your work will be in rural areas mostly, any suggestions I give may not be super useful. The paperwork thing is a big enough pain that now that I have Indian IDs, I just get SIM cards registered to my ID for friends traveling here. I am having the same issues with the same city. London is a SO beautiful city. Billed once. I’m sure he wouldn’t mind if you guys reached out to him. @foxy96, Sure, depending on where you are. Depends where you go, you might find one in Panjim. So if you see something wrong, please draw over it and correct it! Lodhi Colony. Kathmandu has frequent power outages as of December 2019 even though everyone says otherwise, as does Pokhara. Since we are freelancers, we like to track hours spent during each task, converting it to money using our hourly rate, & then taking a call if its worth it or not. However, it surprisingly attracts lots of foreigners. Kochi is currently the bigger metro than TVM in Kerala, and even here the net infrastructure is lacking, with high cost, low bandwidth/data caps, frequent outages and inconsistent performance, so I can’t really recommend Kerala for more than a pleasure trip. The india level shape files have been sourced from: These files were extracted from GADM version 1.0, in March 2009. Mumbai is notorious for the exorbitant accommodation rentals.It is really difficult to rent an apartment online in Mumbai.My suggestion would be to contact any of the listings on the popular rental websites and then ask that agent to show you around. Internet situation is also really bad here. Some nightclubs are free and yet there is still a lot of people. I’m Indian. Since January, I am staying at Bagnalore, will be here till March end. There are three in-hotel restaurants, including a Japanese dining room and a pastry shop. @vish is from India. The Metropolitan Hotel & Spa is in the heart of New Delhi, putting it close to the shops and restaurants of Connaught Place and the business district. I’ve been traveling and generally working online for the past three+ years. It is a gated residential colony, … We are hoping to travel later this year and we will be working remotely - how do you ensure you get good WiFi in places such as in India where the signal isn't always great? A lot of people stubbornly cling to the idea that they’ll be exploited when they’re just starting out, but that salary increases come with age, not with experience. We are a couple traveling as social nomads who are trying to bridge the gap between the rural and urban societies in India. What projects are you working on? 300 to 500 a month for tiny rooms in a shared house. We are here in Goa till end of March at least. I am thinking of something called Kolkata 2.0 and will need help from everyone who is from Kolkata actually. Cancel anytime, Save 75% vs monthly. If anyone has any input on that, let me know. It's a lot more expensive now (2020) than posted. We are planning to move to Thailand (Bangkok or Chiang Mai), as soon as we can. Plus, more than just one, you can enjoy TWO skylines so many skyscrapers, nothing beats its collection in Europe. What company sells the best one of those and where can you get it?Thanks! We visited Mahabaleshwar (breathtaking in monsoon), Lavasa, Lonavala & Mumbai. Easy answer would be don't go to places with bad WiFi and research before you go. I am organising a meet up in Bangalore on April 5th 2015 for digital nomads. Biggest downsides IMO: service quality at restaurants - not that people are rude, but they don't seem to particular. I am not sure if other cities had them or how long the postal department was doing this, but it … Six wee. And for that I travel often. Londoners are quite internationally and ethnically diverse, and seemingly better educated and more intellectual than New Yorkers in aggregate. Related note: you really, really need to go to one of the large, branded Vodafone stores if you’re a foreigner, and not one of the random little shops. Is there a specific document on which countries VISA allows on-arrival VISA for which countries… and also where there is no need for VISAS and the travel and stay is also cheap and affordable for social entrepreneur to connect with people there. By profession I’ma blogger n this gives me independence to work from anywhere. We also send a log in link to your Slack via DM. Does anyone know of any decent coworking spaces in Goa (India) ? Hello @denharsh and everyone. British people are really kind and welcoming! 78713 Phone: (512) 495-4250 My main problem with travelling in India is that I don’t know the language well - I can only speak basic Hindi (its a long story!) Goa has its safe and not-so-safe parts. Hi! Map: Explore travel map of to get information about road maps, travel routes, city map and street guides of at Times of India Travel Then i go out with my friends to a nice place to spend the day. Join your neighborhood. @shefali, I was just in Goa last month, but I’m back in Calcutta now. Hey, I’m an Indian citizen (grew up in Bombay) but have been based in South-east Asia for the past ~4 years. Just wondering, anyone here in Mumbai right now? Hmm, I can only offer limited help for a couple reasons. I do not prefer dongle as that required computer to be power on. Any help appreciated! Got a friend to pick me up at the airport, so I can't evaluate how well UBER works from the airport. Hi ! Thanks @keerthiko - a lot of what you say resounds with my own research. I was in Bangalore in 2016 and moved to NCR in 2017. Eventually planning to learn new things once I get out of my current job and find some time. We moved to Goa at the end of November to experience this exotic state in its best season. Calm city to work from. Are you familiar with the Trivendrum area? Met up with Uni friends, made new friends and I really like the relaxed atmosphere, despite being in a huge city. Since we both were brought up in Delhi, we had a certain level of expectations regarding infrastructure, quickness of services, & generally everything. I’ve been to Goa a three times now (most recently last year), and I’d say it’s safe for women as long as you’re careful. Stayed at a lovely little place [Vivenda Dos Palhacos] and the food was fabulous. They either hold citizenships affording them better mobility (even if they are of Indian origin), maybe are white and have a different social atmosphere, or maybe are SEAsian and moving around SEAsia doesn’t feel very different from leaving home for them, etc. I am generally helping a lot of organizations who are doing great work in the field in rural India and otherwise. During our time in Pune, we adopted a cute chihuahua puppy (Angel), who joins us in all our adventures now. The best solution at this moment is 100MBPS connection from Airtel, You can also try co-working space such as 91SpringBoard. If it still doesn't work, see the FAQ or tweet @nomadlist. V enerable old Charleston is growing like a supercharged kudzu vine: The U.S. Census Bureau ranks it 12th in the nation for rate of growth. Abhishek from India. It may not always be accurate. I will be traveling to India in March, first to Bangalore, Delhi, and then considering a hop down to Kerala. Initially I stayed at a PG but that wasn’t good at all and expensive too. Where would you like to work and hang out? I find Parisians are actually very patient and warm if you at least attempt to speak French; in my experience, most people who complain that they're rude are the ones making zero effort to speak the language. BSNL requires far too much paperwork and pain; I’d avoid them if at all possible. The most reliable internet is going to be a fixed line DSL / fiber, but this is likely not an option for you if you’re traveling; no one really wants to do one month installations. Unlike almost all of the rest of India, Goa’s a place where you won’t get as many stares or groping attempts or sniggering comments on the street for being in shorts, though guys will still hit on you. I did not know I will get to interact with you personally here My life is rather not a digital nomad, but a social entrepreneur. Let me know your email ID at least so that I may write to you directly and FB (if you feel like). My first nomad experience been in nearby city mysore. I’ve got a female friend who rents a lovely 2 bedroom place near Anjuna, and has been living there (alone) for a year now. I haven’t tried it myself yet. Goa is a beautiful place to be if you all you want to do is enjoy. For working remotely right now you have 1GB / data plan at 4G speed. The complex also consists of a madrasa (Islamic seminary), a mosque, and the tomb of Firuz Shah, a 14th century Delhi Sultan. Now planning to go south india - kerala or karanataka next month. This is a very Calcutta problem; the workforce here is complacent. Where is the best area to stay in New Delhi? Thank you. "If Google Maps and Urban Dictionary had a love child". Just collecting some info to understand if I should open one, Okay, I googled and found several https://www.google.co.in/search?safe=off&rlz=1C1CHBF_enIN766IN766&q=co+working+space+goa&npsic=0&rflfq=1&rlha=0&rllag=15452805,73815220,5296&tbm=lcl&ved=0ahUKEwjfy9O7rpLbAhXHgI8KHZM9AA0QjGoIggE&tbs=lrf:!2m1!1e2!2m1!1e3!3sIAE,lf:1,lf_ui:2&rldoc=1#rlfi=hd:;si:;mv:!1m3!1d217896.30416390352!2d73.86986875!3d15.472109099999999!2m3!1f0!2f0!3f0!3m2!1i497!2i680!4f13.1;tbs:lrf:!2m1!1e2!2m1!1e3!3sIAE,lf:1,lf_ui:2. Hey @ankitdas123 nice to see someone starting a thread from India! Fast forward, 3 years later, I went by myself to KL for a 3 days stay on a visa run from Chiang Mai. You can also use your Twitter, Slack or Instagram username if it's connected to your Nomad List account. I have heard few places in Kerala that provide reliable internet. It is easily overwhelming. Since 9 years, my base has mostly been Pune - and travelled extensively in rural as well as urban India, except deep south. I was there as COVID 19 was breaking out fairly fast and that put a damper on my time but I was so happy to be there anyway and plan to go back. Do more with Bing Maps. My friend is letting me use his here but when I leave I won’t have one. http://www.meetup.com/bangalore-digital-nomads-meetup. You feel the culture at every step. If you're writing about data being wrong, please don't do it here as it'll be removed but leave feedback in the bottom right of the frontpage. Goa, September 3 -8, 2019- Yes, I was in Goa during monsoon season... still it was great for me. Prices are very cheap and it is lovely to have an ashram to go to every day. I am especially curious about renewing Indian passport overseas as a Digital Nomad and also if any of you have managed to change your citizenship by unconventional or lesser known methods. I would recommend Vodafone. I didn’t realize Goa was becoming a co-working hub. Varkala was a nightmare for internet when I was there in late 2014. The rental sites show cheap places but are hard to use and seem unpredictable. It seems okay now, ish. We have also stayed in Bangalore for about 7 months (before Pune), though not as nomads. i’m Mehdi Berberos, from Morocco. Finally, if you get a SIM card legitimately (with your own ID) then it will probably be automatically cut off after 3 months (or when your visa expires, whichever is earlier). Billed once. Map multiple locations, get transit/walking/driving directions, view live traffic conditions, plan trips, view satellite, aerial and street side imagery. Lodi Colony, New Delhi, Delhi 110003, India. All in all would go back in a heartbeat. I recommend that as a starting point for just about anyone going to India for the first time. In cities, that 4G connection will stream / download movies easily. I’ve been here since '11. 4G is super fast in SE Asia and Asia in general is much faster than in the West, and much cheaper. Very clam and interesting city to travel.Planing more trip around the year to explore more of our beautiful country. After Thailand, next is Malaysia or any other country where getting Visa wouldn’t be an issue. Anyway, feel free to ask me anything. everything is beautiful … 3 days here i didn’t met any foreign person; but i feel good an willing to stay here for 2 weeks. Its exciting. Is the connection good enough without interruptions and is there delay in the communication? Now power outages are not routine and can last unknown amounts of time, even the main (and only) airport loses power often. @keerthiko that is so nice of you to offer me a place in Kochi will definitely get in touch about my plans. People are friendly; if you make a little effort, everyone helps. I have heard good things about Zostel if you’re in my kind of situation and want good internet and a stable environment. 686 usd/month refers to an apartment in a high class condo, right in the city centre and seconds away from the BTS(train station). Also, I am checking out Zostel, looks good to me initially, will let you know how it turned out for us though. Do you all carry voltage stabilizers when you travel? @shefali: nice to know that you are a solo traveler… I have been a solo traveler for long and have traveled (not tourism) a lot of places in India. India / Mumbai to be specific is our next destination.I am finding it very difficult to find properties in AirBnB within a reasonable budget and makaan and magicbricks is cumbersome. (TIME = MONEY). I have a surge protector but it only works for one surge, is that right? Found this thread really interesting. So it could be a good choice of place for digital nomads. I’m Indian and have been location independent for almost 3 years since I left my job. And probably make a transformation in a few months from now. Shortlist your favorite homes and allow us … I’ve just been tethering to my phone for Internet, which has been moderately successful so far. I’m a big fan of Google Fi since that works in any country. I will recommend Bhive for it, it costs 5k per month, but even if you start with daily passes, it costs Rs. Avoid the tourist traps and navigate cities' hip and alternative areas. 7-day money-back guarantee. Would you recommend then using my phone as a hotspot for my computer? Inside of Mumbai, UBER was my go-to app and worked well. From this month end I am moving out and becoming a non-resident and will live outside India for at least 6 months in the year. The dongles get better reception than your phone-as-a-hotspot, but then you’re paying for two SIMs and two plans. Lets see how it works out now. Tourists (including ones from out of state) also get ripped off a lot or get scammed for things (car rentals where the car owner suddenly insists you’ve broken something random in his car and wants an exorbitant amount, for example). ðºï¸ Hoodmaps is a crowdsourced map to navigate cities based on hipsters, tourists, rich, normies, suits and uni areas. I am seeking support regarding applying for tourist visa as remote employee, Most European visas require a leave approval letter from employer but since we won’t really be on a vacation during the visit, how will this work? Wow! Do you think there’s a big need for co-working there? Thanks @amy… I hope @vish sees this and comments ASAP. Check that coverage map anyway for your locations. 200 per day with tea/coffee included. I am also on the slack channel hashtagnomads as @shreyansqt. Glad to see you here, brother! I’m Indian (US passport), back in India for about four years now, semi-nomadic. New Delhi's Lodhi Colony was formed in … thanks! We’re slow to keep up. I stayed here for 2 months because I needed to process some visas and since my family is based here so it’s cheaper for me, but in retrospect that was a poor decision, and I would have been better off biting the bullet and renting a room in Bangalore or Bombay. Work-from-home generally means your employees aren’t working at all, which results in deeply suspicious managers who are cranky and aggressive if employees even suggest a remote work policy. Sure, I’ll ping you with Aishwarya’s contact information. I am freelance developer and mostly travel solo. ð To upvote/downvote tags: tap them and click the thumbs up or down. I am from bangalore. However, you also need to check your phone’s 4G bands are compatible with India’s. For the record I’m in India right now, but I do my best to spend as little time as possible here because for the most part it is very non-conducive to getting any work done compared to any other country I’ve been in. India itself, well, it’s not ready yet to be a digital-nomad-friendly. As planned I visited Goa last week. In Bangalore, co-working spaces are good specially in Koramangala and Indiranagar. Great por lgbtq+ community. It doesn’t matter if the younger devs are the ones reading about git and wondering why the rest of the world insists on version control; if your senior dev doesn’t want to learn it, no one in the office is going to be allowed to advocate for it. The only other company I’d look at if Vodafone doesn’t work out well for you is Airtel. Have a good trip! After 30 days staying at 1 apartment near Anjuna, our host ditched us and asked us to move out because she was able to rent it out to someone who could pay higher than us. I had a regular job at a startup in Kormangala, & Srishti was figuring out between job & freelancing. Neighborhoods in New Delhi: Explore New Delhi Neighborhoods to visit with maps, travel guides, and photos on Tripadvisor. I’d recommend a LTE router and battery pack and just sit anywhere at the beach in Palolem though, it’s great. I am here to learn more about the life of a nomad and what it is to be a nomad. I’m not from India, so don’t have much to add. I am going to India for a few months and am planning on going to Kerala, Goa, Varanasi, Dharamshala, Rishikesh. In general, I find Kerala to be a bit too weak on the internet infrastructure side. See the FAQ. Hey,I am in Pune. Thanks for any insights. A lot of random towns and villages do get some 3G coverage these days, though. One of my female friends (Indian) and two of her female friends (Australian) recently spend a few months partying, relaxing, and traveling through Goa and Pushkar, and absolutely loved it. Ping me if anyone’s around, or if anyone is thinking about heading to Calcutta later in '17; I’m working with one coworking space here and one self defense training center, so I’ll likely be using Calcutta as a base for most of the year. I’m beginning a digital nomad lifestyle, based out of Austin, Texas. Looks like a very fun place to live for a few months. So while one year ago you would expect to pay 1000Rs for just a few GBs / month, now you can get 1GB / day for 300Rs / month. Airtel’s 8Mb/s DSL line usually seems to get me 1MB/s+ on torrent downloads if you need an idea of download speeds, and it goes down maybe once every year or two for a day at most. I am a digital nomad from India. Last but not least, very safe city. Good luck -- you will love it or hate it. My most valuable information to share with an Indian nomad-wannabe would be regarding visas for other countries, what places have food an Indian would like (although I now eat just about anything), and how society in different countries view Indians (some like us, some don’t) and which societies you might feel at home in (whether that’s what you want or want to avoid). Having spent a total of two weeks in London on two separate occasions and having lived in NYC for two years, both are among my favorite cities in the world. My advice would be get a Jio SIM and only consider getting something else (additional SIM) as and when you need it or if you are about to spend time somewhere particularly remote (in which case get a BSNL SIM). Hauz Khas village is a historic habitation around the region of the Hauz Khas Complex, dating to much before establishment of South Delhi city. Also, trying to work with farmers to see possibilities to revive dry and semi-arid land and start organic farming there. I am a digital nomad, travelling since last six months in India. Hey @ankitdas123It’s good to see Indians too here &I I was wondering the same when browsing the forum.I’m a digital nomad from last one year. Hi, I am nomad from past one year. I would love to stay for a week or two down there - mainly by the Kovalam beach, but am hesitant to go somewhere without first knowing I’ll have a reliable and secure connection 24/7. If you're travelling through SE Asia, would you need a different SIM in every country? Depends on the airport; most places, the SIM card guy will be closed that late. Mostly international travel too. If you are planning to come to bangalore and need any help in planning to stay and work in south part of india feel free to reach out to me. Chiang Mai used to be N.1 for the digital nomad life. Log in. The internet speeds are not great. The other players in the market have been extremely unreliable for me at best. For digital, Berlin is overall a great city to be. ð¥£ All your colorings are saved anonymously with everyone else's and the most drawn color in a place is shown. Food is okay but plenty of MSG and food safety is atrocious. I am also in the process of becoming a full time digital nomad. @greenhorn, I speak Bengali and understand almost zero Hindi Like most Bengalis, I just assume everyone speaks either English or Bengali. I was planning to work from there for a couple of weeks in Jan, but had a motorcycle accident and extended my Calcutta time (bedrest, can’t leave the house, no idea when the bike’ll be running again). Working out of unboxed coworking in Noida. Thanks for that very succinct explanation brother! So I would be glad to meet you up. I would love to meetup with you all. We are a couple traveling as social nomads who are trying to bridge the gap between the rural and urban societies in India. 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