There are more and more programs for aspiring and current digital nomads that make it easier to connect with like-minded people, and perhaps encourage new business opportunities. This is not only helpful, but also interesting, because it shows the increasing interest for this (still) newish lifestyle. We find it great and decided to present you with some of the programs that we will attend in 2016. After our last blog post ‘How to become a Digital Nomad with Programs like Terminal 3 and Nomad Cruise‘, many people responded and showed interest in the two programs that we mentioned, Terminal 3 and Nomad Cruise. Today, we will take a closer look at Terminal 3 in order to inspire some of you back home. So, read this post, sign up and/or share it with anyone you think might be interested in joining!
<<NEW>> Terminal 3 now accepts participants who can only join for 3 months!!! <<NEW>>
Let’s have a closer look and see what you can expect when you join Terminal 3. This program takes a group of digital nomads and startups to travel the world whilst working remotely. The six-month program starts in Budapest this July and ends in Indonesia in December. The six destinations are Budapest (Hungary), Rabat (Morocco), Berlin (Germany), Seoul (South Korea), Chang Mai (Thailand) and Bali (Indonesia). Terminal 3 organises all the logistics, including flights, accommodation, co-work space, travel insurance, language classes, yoga classes and a number of business and social events each month. You will have time to focus on your work and of course enjoy all the fun things that come along with traveling. There will be more free time for you to explore each destination because you won’t have to worry about travel planning at all!
Who is Terminal 3 For?
Terminal 3 is great if you want to, or are already, traveling and working around the world as a digital nomad, entrepreneur or if you have a startup. Basically, if you have a job that you can do in front of a computer from anywhere in the world, then Terminal 3 is for you! It is the perfect combination of work-life-balance within a community of fellow working professionals. We think this is helpful because programs like these not only help you to focus on your personal and professional development, but also open doors for new business opportunities. You never know, you might meet your next business partner or come up with a million-dollar-idea whilst brainstorming with others. The program includes mastermind groups, hack days and social impact events, so for sure you’ll learn something and get inspired.
In general, Terminal 3 is great for people who don’t really know yet how to get started with their remote lifestyle. It helps you kickstart your dream of traveling and working location-independently. Terminal 3 seeks to alleviate three main pain points of digital nomads: loneliness, lack of a community and stress-free remote work and travel. It’s all covered for you, while you sit back and relax and enjoy six months of traveling and working remotely in six different countries. In addition to regular get-togethers, social and business events and yes (what personally delights me) there are twice a week yoga and language classes! Yay, so you can stay fit and smart while you are traveling and it is all organized for you!