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🌐 The 97 countries that got it right

Plus: a tropical coliving opportunity, a new digital nomad visa, recent headlines

In today’s issue

  • ✈️ 90 days or more in these 97 countries: see where your passport can take you without a visa

  • 🏝️ Coliving opportunity in paradise: Come for the beauty and adventure, stay for the camaraderie and connections

  • 🚨 Digital nomad visa alert: home of flamenco, paella, and the Alhambra

  • 📰 Headlines: digital nomad basics, CEO return to office asserting dominance, unfortunate news for USA tourism

Visa-free slow travel is more accessible than you think

Attention USA and other high-power passport holders: Did you know that at least half the world’s countries will let you stay for 90 days without a visa? Some places will even let you stay for up to a year.

This means is you can enter a country without the wait, cost, and uncertainty of applying for a visa. You just book your ticket and go. Immigration stamps your passport and you’re free to roam for the next 3 or more months.

For a US passport holders, here are all 97 countries that offer the privilege of 90 days or more* of visa-free travel:

90 days / 3 months

Andorra, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Grenada, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kiribati, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, Namibia, Netherlands, Nicaragua, North Macedonia, Norway, Paraguay, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Senegal, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Suriname, Sweden, Switzerland, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Ukraine, Uruguay, Vatican City, Zambia

120 days / 4 months

Fiji, Tunisia

180 days / 6 months

Aruba, Mexico, Costa Rica, Peru, Canada, Armenia, Dominica, UK, Jamaica, Barbados, St. Lucia, Bermuda, Thailand, Panama, Curacao, Antigua and Barbuda, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

240 days / 8 months


360 days / 1 year

Albania, Georgia, Palau

👉🏼 Discover where your country’s passport can take you at Passport Index.

*A handful of countries offer 30-day visa free stays as well.

Get inspired for a month in Siargao? 🇵🇭

We know, it’s hard to resist

Curious about coliving? How about coliving in the deep tropics for a month with 15–20 like-minded people?

Kaya Connections is offering an organized coliving experience in Siargao, Philippines from March 30–April 29.

Siargao is a quintessential tropical island with unspoiled beaches, clear aquamarine waters, rock climbing and caves, excellent surfing, and great vibes.

Your coliving experience includes private accommodations with A/C, private bath, 24/7 access to a coworking space, 3 curated weekend excursions, engaging meetups, and a community manager who’s local to the area.

You also get access to a swimming pool and you’re less than 2 minutes from the beach. C’mon, it’s not that bad 😜.

Prices start from €1,199, which seems pretty reasonable (just sublet your place back home for a month to help cover the costs).

🇪🇸 Speaking of visas: Spain’s got a digital nomad one

Let’s get real…it’s sultry, it’s seductive, it’s Spain. This has got to be one of the hottest digital nomad visas around.

Who can get one?

Remote freelancers or employees who are non-EU citizens.

What are the requirements?

Earn at least 2x monthly Spanish national minimum wage (about €25,700/yr.), employment with a foreign company, health insurance, college degree or 3 years work experience, and the standard paperwork.

How long can you stay?

1 year, and it can be renewed for up to 5 years.

Recent headlines

Keep it cool,
—the Palmtree Editorial Team


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