As the winter slowly approaches, office-bound workers prepare to face the cold weather while digital nomads can choose to escape it. But with so many sunny destinations for digital nomads to jet to, which are the best to work from during the winter?
To find out, Business Name Generator compared 50 of the world’s most popular cities, analysing metrics including wifi speed, monthly cost of living for nomads, average rental costs, quality of life score, winter sunshine hours, winter temperature and average flight time from London.
The full study can be found here: https://businessnamegenerator.com/best-destinations-for-winter-digital-nomads/
Abu Dhabi crowned the best destination for digital nomads this winter, with 10.2 hours of winter sunshine
Abu Dhabi is the best city for digital nomads in the winter, with the city offering the most hours of sunshine, averaging 10.2 and temperatures averaging 22.8°C. However, the capital has one of the lowest internet speeds, averaging at 8 Mbps.
Doha ranks second for digital nomads in the winter, with average temperatures of 23.2°C, and winter sunshine lasting on average for 8.6 hours per day.
Bangkok is the third-best winter destination for digital nomads, with the city offering the lowest monthly living costs for nomads, averaging at £578.66.
New York City is the most expensive city for digital nomads, with monthly living costs averaging at £5,373
The US is home to three of the most expensive destinations for winter nomads, with New York City leading the way. The city has the highest average living costs for nomads (£5,373) and the highest average rental costs (£2,998.83).
Zurich is revealed as the second most expensive city with an average monthly living cost (£5,285) falling short of New York City’s by £88. In third, Boston is shown to have monthly living costs averaging at £5,281.
Abu Dhabi revealed as the warmest destination during the winter months, with temperatures averaging 22.6°C
Cities in the Middle East dominate the ranking of warmest destinations for digital nomads, with Abu Dhabi declared as the warmest, with the most hours of winter sunshine (10.2) across the winter months.
Doha follows in second with one of the highest average temperatures between the months of October and February (23.2°C).
Dubai is the second United Arab Emirates city among the warmest destinations for digital nomads, with winter temperatures averaging 22.8°C.