Cayman Island Launches New Remote Work Program

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Cayman Islands have launched the Global Citizen Concierge Program, which allows digital nomads to work for up to two years from its beaches, bungalows, and hotel rooms.

Individuals must submit proof of income in excess of $100,000, as well as proof of work and health insurance, among other things.

Vacation stays of up to 30 days without a visa are permitted for individuals wishing to experience the area’s history, wildlife, and coral reefs for a shorter period of time.

According to a press release, here’s what Cayman Islands Tourism Department has to say.

“There’s nothing quite like starting the working day with a swim in the warm Caribbean waters, kayaking between Zoom meetings, or even taking the office to the beach.”

Adrian White, Cayman Islands Department of Tourism

Because the Cayman Islands are made up of three distinct islands, professionals have a variety of options for how to spend their days working from this stunning place. From relaxing on the Seven Mile Beach to exploring exquisite mangroves, swimming with stingrays, or spending your free time scuba diving, there’s a lot that a remote worker can do.

Travelers from the United States who plan to spend the winter in the Cayman Islands must test negative for COVID-19 the day before they leave. Visitors must now test negative for COVID-19 on the second, fifth, and tenth days of their stay, as well as have travel insurance.

In November, the Cayman Islands reopened quarantine-free travel to fully vaccinated tourists from countries with high vaccination rates; nonetheless, the CDC now considers the islands’ COVID-19 risk to be “extremely high.”

Quarantine is required for visitors from countries whose the local immunisation rate is less than 60% for the first ten days after their arrival. Leisure visitors who have not been vaccinated are not allowed to enter the nation, and residents who have not been vaccinated must quarantine for the first 14 days after their return.

Many other places offer exciting remote work programs which is why remote workers have plenty of options to choose from. They can decide based on their budget, criteria and preferences.

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