Become A Jungle-Bound Digital Nomad at Camazotz Cohaven

Digital Nomadism is a right of passage. Do your thing at Camazotz Cohaven as briefly or as long as suits your creativity. 

Because We've Been There, & Done That

The Founder of Camazotz Cohaven was a digital nomad on and off for almost 15 years, visiting over 50 countries around the world. 

We intend to deliver the very best experience of any location anywhere for today's digital nomad to feel comfortable, with easy access to facilities and supplies as needed, along with first-grade Internet, and fellow co-working companions that will keep you focused and fulfilled through the shared energy of digital and interpersonal creativity. 

So far we have the bare bones basics. A few hot desks, office chairs. Plus StarLink Internet with 100 to 200 Mbps. Soon we'll expand with more co-working facilities set within the beauty and relaxation of our nature reserve. 

A day in the life as a Digital Nomad at Camazotz Cohaven....

You wake up to the sound of birds chirping and the warm sun shining through the window. You stretch and take a deep breath, feeling grateful for another day in this beautiful rural area of Yucatan.

You glance at your clock and see that it's already 7:00 am, time to start your day.

You head to the shared kitchen to make yourself a cup of coffee or tea, chatting with your fellow community members as you do. The intentional community you're living in is made up of like-minded digital nomads, all working remotely while also embracing a sustainable and off-grid lifestyle.

After a quick breakfast, you head to your workspace, which could be a shared co-working space or your own private room. You spend the morning working on your various projects, taking breaks to stretch and go for a walk around the community's gardens and orchards.

For lunch, you head to the communal kitchen again, where a delicious and healthy meal has been prepared for everyone to share. You sit down with your new friends and enjoy a leisurely meal, discussing your work and plans for the rest of the day.

In the afternoon, you decide to take a break and go for a swim in one of the nearby cenotes, or sinkholes, that are sacred to the Mayans. The crystal-clear waters are refreshing and invigorating, and you come back feeling rejuvenated.

After your swim, you return to your work, but this time you decide to work from the hammock in your room, enjoying the fresh air and natural light. As the sun sets, you finish up your work for the day and head to the community's shared space for a yoga class or a workshop on sustainable living.

After dinner, you decide to go for a walk under the stars, enjoying the quiet of the countryside and the company of your community members. You head to bed feeling content and fulfilled, looking forward to another day of work and adventure in this beautiful part of the world.

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