The Dominican Republic economy has benefited from a boost attributed to Digital Nomads basing themselves in the country during the pandemic plus longer stays from visitors who have been allowed to travel

“Teleworking in this pandemic has made possible the dream of working from the beach, the mountain, and any other tourist spot. The Dominican Republic has emerged as the perfect destination for that end because of the robust structure built to protect our visitors,” says David Collado, Minister of Tourism, Dominican Republic.

For adventure-loving digital nomads, in the north of the Dominican Republic, eXtreme hotel, a small ecolodge in Cabarete, is the ideal place for those who want to combine work with a green and active lifestyle.

EXtreme Hotel has launched a ‘Join our bubble’ long-term stay that invites a maximum of 15 people per month to join the bubbles for a minimum stay of two months.

“Extreme is the ideal place to get your office hours in, with healthy meals, fitness and yoga classes onsite in a beachfront resort surrounded by palm trees. With everything taken care of, the focus becomes you, your wellness and your work. Cabarete has a ton to offer, from kiteboarding and surfing  to horse rides and jungle hikes, says Rob Battye, Owner of eXtreme Hotel Cabarete.

Yoga with an Ocean View
Yoga with an Ocean View

“We attract a small group of likeminded professionals, who appreciate our location with surf and kiteboarding right out front, and that while there’s a lively scene in town, our place is a welcome and relaxing escape.”

The package includes single or double occupancy, work stations, fresh and healthy food from the hotel’s organic farm, ocean view yoga classes, various sports activities with instructors plus indoor pool/gym access and free wifi. Located in the vibrant capital of windsurfing and kitesurfing, it is the perfect place to work and have fun at the same time.

Rates range from $1,100 per person per month (in a double room) or $1,500 (single room).


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