Digital Nomad in Cali, Colombia: The full guide


Welcome to The Journey Seeker! Find out all about Digital nomad in Cali, Colombia!

Why do digital nomads flock to Cali, Colombia? Is it for the salsa dancing, the cheap avocados, or the fact that it’s the only place on Earth where the streets are paved with gold (and also occasionally filled with potholes)?

Atmosphere / Vibes:

Aerial View of City in Cali, Colombia.
Photo by Kelly
Cali has a laid-back, tropical vibe that’s hard to beat. The locals are friendly and welcoming, and the city has a thriving arts and culture scene. Plus, with its warm weather and abundance of outdoor spaces, it’s the perfect place to work remotely and get some vitamin D at the same time.

Weather throughout the year:

Stylish Girl in Sunglasses Posing near Green Wall in Cali, Colombia.
Photo by Parcerografo
Cali’s weather is warm and humid year-round, with temperatures hovering around the mid-70s to low-80s (°F). It does rain occasionally, but the showers tend to be brief and refreshing. Overall, it’s a great place to escape the cold and enjoy some sun.

Cost of Living:

Woman Wearing White Dress Standing On Seashore in Cali, Colombia.
Photo by Roberto Nickson
One of the biggest draws for digital nomads in Cali is the low cost of living. The city has a relatively low cost of living compared to other major cities in South America, and it’s easy to find affordable accommodation and meals.

8 reasons why this is the best place for Digital Nomads:

Colorful Houses of Bogota in Colombia in Cali, Colombia.
Photo by Enrique Hoyos
  1. Affordable cost of living
  2. Friendly locals
  3. Thriving arts and culture scene
  4. Plentiful outdoor spaces
  5. Warm, tropical weather
  6. Easy to find co-working spaces
  7. Great coffee
  8. Abundance of delicious, cheap avocados

Top 8 Things to do:

Centro histórico de Santa Marta, Colombia in Cali, Colombia.
Photo by Diego Alzate
  1. Salsa dancing
  2. Hiking in the nearby mountains
  3. Visiting the Cali Zoo
  4. Trying some traditional Colombian cuisine
  5. Exploring the city’s many museums and art galleries
  6. Relaxing at a local park
  7. Going on a coffee tour
  8. Checking out the city’s nightlife scene


Woman in Black and Brown Bikini Sitting on Brown Wooden Dock
Photo by Darren Lawrence
In short, Cali is a fantastic place for digital nomads. With its affordable cost of living, friendly locals, and endless opportunities for fun and adventure, it’s hard to go wrong. So pack your laptop, your dancing shoes, and your love of avocados, and get ready to embrace the digital nomad lifestyle in this vibrant city.

Wanna find out more about Cali than just digital nomads? Here is another blog post about the top 14 things to do in Cali

Did you like this post? Have a look at our other blog posts about living in Colombia, such as San Andres Island, Bogota or Santa Marta.