Riverlodge Backpackers in Cape Town Welcomes Digital Nomads
In the current Covid-19 lockdown situation, employers have been forced to look at alternatives other than employees coming into the office. Even if you are self-employed, remote working from home has its own merits but there can be many distractions not conducive to a pleasant working environment.
Many bloggers, vloggers, journalists, writers, critics, remote workers, stock marketers (known as ‘Digital Nomads’) have been travelling the world with their tablets and laptops to hook up to Wi-Fi in cafes, hotels etc. which can be quite expensive and most don’t cater for larger groups or teams as Covid-19 social distancing rules severely limit capacity and decent seating areas.
Trying to focus on your work in a noisy café can be really stressful and the Wi-Fi can be dodgy at best. Walking around town with your “digital office” equipment can be a safety and security issue.
A Digital Nomad at work
Currently there are approximately 14 million of these Digital Nomads or remote workers worldwide and due to the Covid-19 pandemic that number is increasing. The flexibility of being able to work in a serene setting and having the option to experience the local culture, scenery and activities is a bonus that has major appeal.
Just a fifteen minute drive from Cape Town CBD, Riverlodge Backpackers has the perfect solution for the international and local Digital Nomad and is situated inside Oude Molen Eco-Village in Pinelands which is a gated security complex housing many other eco-friendly businesses.
Established 21 years ago, Riverlodge Backpackers is the perfect place for a travelling Digital Nomad whether you are just passing through Cape Town for a night or planning to stay a while. Space is not a problem so groups and teams are most welcome. Riverlodge Backpackers takes the welfare of its guests very seriously and is a Covid-19 and lock-down certified essential service accommodation supplier.
Riverlodge Backpackers is a three-star self-catering budget hostel that offers the travelling Digital Nomad free Wi-Fi and a choice of private, single, double and dorm rooms. There is a self-catering kitchen and dining room, licenced bar, braai area, vending machine, travel desk, large seated outdoor recreational area, two downstairs lounge areas and a large upstairs lounge to chill in while you are working on that all-important project. There's also a coffee station in the downstairs bar area.
The Digital Nomad can visit the Back Area Gardens deli in the Eco-Village where there is a whole range of organic and fresh produce for sale.
If you need some time away from the screen, Riverlodge Backpackers can book some great cultural activities for you including visits to the Apartheid Museum, Cape Town Art Gallery, Iziko South African Museum, Company Gardens, Robben Island, Cape Town Diamond Museum, Castle Of Good Hope, Heart of Cape Town Museum, Planetarium etc.
For the more adventurous, Riverlodge backpackers can book anything from wine tours to shark-cage diving, paragliding, skydiving and more.
For the more independent traveller there’s hiking, horse-riding and a swimming pool.
For the Digital Nomad, Riverlodge Backpackers is the ideal setting to get those creative juices flowing without having to worry about it costing an arm and a leg.
“No matter where you roam… Make Riverlodge Backpackers your home away from home…”
Riverlodge Backpackers is a Covid-19 and lock-down certified essential service accommodation supplier.
CLICK HERE to check availability and book your group accommodation online.
For more info you can visit www.riverlodge.co.za or call 021 448 0526 / 082 515 0407
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