Antigua Edition - June 3rd to June 25th
Join us in Antigua, Guatemala: a cozy, colorful city known for its close-knit community, rainbow architecture, and delicious food scene.JOIN WAITLIST
Antigua's a bit of a hidden gem in the remote working world. This friendly city sits between three volcanoes and has plenty of hidden corners to explore. While it's a smaller city, it certainly crams a lot into a small space: a quick wander around Antigua and you'll discover hidden bars, baroque architecture, artisan markets, and unique coffee shops. There are volcanoes to hike and cobbled streets to explore as well as beautiful lakes just outside of the city itself. A perfect spot for adventurers, photographers, and discoverers, Antigua’s perpetual temperate weather means you'll likely spend most of your time outdoors. This endlessly innovative city is also a hub for creatives with outlets for dancing, cooking, learning new skills and all-round chilling out. If you already speak Spanish, you’ll likely find yourself quickly acquainted with the local community. If you don’t yet, it’s a brilliant place for picking it up at a nearby language school in your free time. We'll be staying at a group of secluded, one bed villas just perfectly located a 10 minute walk from the main square. They’re filled to the brim with local artwork, remote-worker-friendly amenities and peaceful surroundings. Each of the villas opens up to a central courtyard and is right in front of a lovely restaurant and co working space with a pool, ensuring a post-work dip with your new friends is a daily occurrence. High speed WIFI, fully-equipped kitchens, and a nearby traditional market are just some of the best features, alongside a beautiful shared garden surrounded by lush vegetation. It’s everything you need for a fulfilling, exciting remote work experience.
We know how important meditation and movement is for the soul, so we include free yoga classes in all of our Editions. Treat yourself to two classes a week to help relax and unwind
Trip to Lake Atitlan
You can't visit Guatemala without taking a trip to the amazing, sacred Lake Atitlan.
One of the beauties of being surrounded by volcanos in Antigua, is that we're close enough to hike one. Get on your hiking boots and be prepared to visit a magical place above the clouds
Meet our Community Manager...
Hi, I'm Mariela! The Community Manager in Antigua, Guatemala.
I am an adventurer who loves traveling and getting lost in cool hidden places and exploring nature.
I am a music lover which naturally makes me passionate about dancing as well.
I am from Antigua originally, so I absolutely love showing people my home. Hit me up for local recommendations, I am always down for a dance at the local salsa club.
2 yoga classes a week
A private apartment with bathroom and fully equipped kitchen
Guest led workshops
A worldwide network of 300+ members
Community outreach & volunteering programmes
Airport pickups and drop offs
Weekly community dinners*
* These items are an additional price
Large Private Apartment
A large private apartment all to yourself, with a fully equipped kitchen, living area, bedroom and bathroom in a complex with your Noma crew
Small Private Apartment
A small private apartment all to yourself, with a fully equipped kitchen, living area, bedroom and bathroom in a complex with your Noma crew
CO-LIVE: Small Private Room in a Shared Apartment
Co-live in this stunning 3 bedroom apartment on the shared complex in Antigua. A private bedroom with a shared bathroom.
CO-LIVE: Master Private En Suite Bedroom in a shared apartment
Co-live in this stunning 3 bedroom apartment on the shared complex in Antigua. A private master bedroom with a private bathroom.
What are the coworking spaces like?
We have a beautiful terrace overlooking the 3 volcanos, with tables and chairs - a great place to work together. Otherwise, every apartment is equipped with a desk or work area.
How fast is the Wifi?
How can I do my laundry?
There is a laundry service on the complex for an additional cost
Can I cook my own food?
Yes, each apartment has a fully equipped kitchen
What is a typical week?
A typical week in Antigua is a great mixture of productivity and focused work hours, wellness, skill sharing and of course, exploring the city and beyond. After the work day is over, expect family dinners, cooking classes, salsa night. On the weekends you will be hiking volcanos, visiting El Paredon Beach, Lake Atitlan.
How many people are on the trip?
12 guests if all single with potential to up to 24 with couples. It is likely to be at the 15 mark.
Do we need to attend all events?
No! None of the events are compulsory. We include events that suit everyone and help to create bonds within the community. We suggest that everyone attends the family dinner as its a great way to meet the whole group and welcome any new arrivals, but you can opt out if you'd like.
Do I need a job to come?
Yes you do need a job or project to work on! We are a community that host and facilitate remote workers all around the world bringing a change to their 9-5 work schedule.
How will I get from the airport to the property?
A free shuttle from the airport is provided by Noma.
Where is the nearest hospital/medical centre?
There are multiple medical centres and hospitals close to the accommodation, which is right in the city centre.
What is the cancellation policy?
"Any cancellation of reservations or portions of reservations MUST be received in writing.
● 45 days or more prior to arrival = 100% refund of deposit, less 20% cancellation fee + US$100 processing fee.
● 0 - 45 days prior to arrival = No refund
● No show = No refund
● All shared accommodation is non transferable
Due to the above it is HIGHLY recommended that all clients purchase “trip cancellation insurance” in order to cover a possible cancellation of 45 days or less of your itinerary."