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Remote Working was one of the perks of 2020, and many people will continue to work from home in 2021 – Cape Town has been voted one of the best places to work remotely.


Cape Town, South Africa (11 January 2021) – Big 7 Travel has a “Best of” list for everything and South Africa often features in the top 50 of these lists. From the sexiest accent in the world to the most festive cities across the globe. Cape Town was even voted onto one of the best destinations of the decade!

1.5 million people from 60 countries take surveys and vote for the best travel accolades around the world. Big 7 Media share these lists to promote global travel. In the past, we have shared their lists about South Africa, including being the 5th most “Instagrammable” county in the world and the three listed above. There have been many more, but these are just a few of the exciting accolades awarded to South Africa.

Thankfully, while travel has been off-limits during the global pandemic of COVID-19, people have still been dreaming of beautiful places around the world.

Big 7 Travel asked their followers to vote for the ‘Best Places for Remote Working in 2021” and Cape Town landed in the Top 50!

42. Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town sometimes gets a bad rap for its droughts, iffy wifi and occasional safety concerns. However, it still manages to reel in digital nomads by the thousands. Despite having a few drawbacks, Cape Town boasts an incredibly connected expat and digital nomad scene from all corners of the globe. The scenery doesn’t hurt, either. Situated right on the water, surrounded by mountains and chockfull of colourful markets and quirky neighbourhoods, Cape Town is all about the atmosphere. 

This is incredible news! If you could work remotely from anywhere, where would you pick? The Kruger National Park, overlooking a wateringhole sounds super dreamy right now!

Sources: Big 7 Travel – Supplied
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