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    As a digital nomad family with the big wide world at your fingers, it can be challenging to know where to go first. At Avanjo we are experts in helping you narrow down to the best places to visit.

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    What’s included

    We will help you determine which of the best digital nomad cities is right for your family, then create a sample itinerary of the places you can go and the amount you should budget for each location. 

    We will put together a full, highly-detailed, itinerary with travel recommendations, ideas of short trips you can take each day as work breaks, and links to purchase. 

    What’s not included

    Clearly, the cost of the trip is not included, this is just the basic call and iterations to build your custom itinerary. While we like making adjustments, there is a limit to how many we can do, so we have a maximum of three changes to the itinerary during the process. 

    When travel plans are interrupted or changed we will do everything we can to help you rebook. But keep in mind we are a small business, so we do not offer 24/7 support, and we can only offer this support on travel arrangements you book through us. Thus we recommend you purchase travel insurance for your trip, or at least use a credit card that has good travel benefits. 

    Explore Costa Rica 

    Six Week Simplified Digital Nomad Itinerary

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    Weeks 1 & 2: Tamarindo

    It is recommended to fly into the Liberia airport and stay the first week in the Tamarindo area. This classic surf town has everything digital nomads could want, with up to 300MBPS internet, and readily available help such as a nanny. The kids will never be bored of surf lessons at the beach, exploring the Las Baulas National Refuge by boat, or exploring the town and shops. Several weekly farmers markets are a great place to view local crafts and taste exotic tropical fruit. The middle weekend is perfect to squeeze in a trip to the metaphysical hub of Nosara, or to hike into the slot canyon waterfall at Rincon de la Vieja volcano.

    Week 3-4: Arenal Volcano

    La Fortuna is famous for its hot springs and views of the volcano. But it is never enough to stay here for just a day, as the volcano is often covered in clouds. Here you can swim in the hot river at Tabacon, hike down the three hundred steps for a refreshing swim in the La Fortuna waterfall, and take a boat ride on lake Arenal for excellent volcano views. This area boasts some of the best adventure travel with zip lines, canopy tours, and canyoning adventures. There also is a sloth trail to get to see sloths up close. All is relatively close together, so it is an easy area to take quick day trips on work breaks. On the weekend in the middle head up to the Monteverde cloud forest or to Rio Celeste to swim in the bright blue waters. 

    Weeks 5 & 6: Dominical

    This is a great time to book an organic farm stay or unique tree house type property in the Dominical area. Most places can coordinate yoga or other classes at your home to fit around the busy work schedule. Breaks can be used to walk at low tide across the sandbar to the Whale's Tail at Uvita, or to visit the Nauyaca waterfall. On the middle weekend explore beautiful Manuel Antonio state park, seeing sloths and many other animals in the wild, or head south to Pavones for surfing the ultimate left. When leaving be sure to save  a couple days for San Jose to see Poas Volcano and the Children's Museum to get energy out before your flight home. 



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