New York City

Welcome Kits in the United States from OHW Staff

Last month we announced a new feature on Oh Hey World, the addition of Welcome Kits. This seemed like a great way for us to add even more value to travelers as they land in a new city and look for interesting connections and people in each new place. At the core, our OHW welcome kits provide the basic relevant information you need upon landing in a new city.

We have two types of kits, those curated by OHW staff, and those by the OHW community. We shared the OHW staff picks for digital nomads in Southeast Asia a few weeks ago, and now I’d like to take a look at the welcome kits you can use on travels throughout the United States. We aimed to cover all the hub cities to start, so you’re find OHW curated welcome kits for those.

Some cities even have niche interests covered with specific profiles for outdoors travelers and those with more tech interests (check out Denver and Boulder for sure!).

New York City

Featured United States Hub Cities

These are just the beginning as the OHW community grows and others add welcome kits that allow travelers to pinpoint the exact activities that match with their interests. And coming up later this week we’ll highlight some of the wonderful community-generated welcome kits that have been created from OHW members with specific interests and experiences in various cities all over the world. The idea behind these kits is to give you a concise set of ideas curated to your passions — we’re still expanding our scope be we hope these tips in the hub cities in the US give you some great ideas on your next trip there!

PS: You can also take a look at a number of community generated kits.

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Shannon O'Donnell

A storyteller and knowledge-seeker captivated by the world. Formally an actress and web-nerd, I left in 2008 to travel solo, volunteer, and hunt down delicious vegetarian eats all over the world. She recently published "The Volunteer Traveler’s Handbook, and her travel stories and photography are recorded on her world travel blog, A Little Adrift.

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