Who will be joining Sojourns?
Sojourns gives you the opportunity to get out of the office and see the world without disrupting your professional schedule. You will be joined by like-minded travelers from multiple destinations and industries with one goal in common – to experience life in another country without giving up their career goals.

Will I be able to work while I am on my Sojourn? 
Absolutely! We have partnered some of the best coworking spaces available. You will have access to them anytime you need.

Are there specific work hours? 
It is up to you! Each workspace will be open 24/7, so you can create your own hours and days.

Will Brownell Sojourns provide me with a remote job? 
No – you will need to have your job in place before the program begins.

What type of accommodations are available? 
Individual luxury apartments with private bathrooms, kitchen/kitchenette, and additional amenities.

Will you match me with a roommate if I want shared accommodations?
NO - we only allow sharing for two people who register together (likely couples or friends).

Do I need to be able to speak Spanish? 
No – the group will be English-speaking and your Brownell host can help you communicate and make arrangements. However, it would be beneficial to have some knowledge of Spanish before you spend three months in South America.

What is included and what is not included in the price? 
Included in the price is individual living arrangements, 24/7 coworking space with wifi. transportation between cities, and a prearranged activity every week that focuses on exploring each destination. Meals and personal activities are not included.

Who will I be living and traveling with? 
Other adventurers, such as yourself, and a Brownell host.

Do I have to stay with the Sojourns group the entire time? 
No, you spend as much or as little time with the group as you would like. However, with Brownell Sojourns we aim to create a community of like-minded people who share a common interest: travel.

Do I need to come for all 3 months?
Yes! In order to keep our community feel and to give everyone in the group the best experience, we want all participants to join for the entire length of the Sojourn.

How is Sojourns by Brownell different from similar companies? 
We provide a luxury experience for the remote worker who does not want to downgrade their lifestyle for hostel-style or shared accommodations. Brownell's 130 years as an industry leader allows us to leverage our relationship with partners in each destination to grant you insider access to special activities during your Sojourn. You can trust our proven track-record and have confidence that you will have a fantastic experience with a company that has a long and successful history in the travel industry.

What does Sojourns provide that its competitors do not?
Sojourns list of inclusions can be found HERE.

We differ from competitors as we have truly private accommodations – no shared bathrooms, personal living space, or kitchen facilities. We include more activities than anyone else, and these activities are more sophisticated than the usual tourist fare. We also have the added touches like a host that travels with you and included travel insurance in case any emergencies arise.

Will I have local contacts? 
Yes, you will have local support in each destination country, your onsite host, and support from the Brownell office in the U.S.

Do I need a passport? 
US citizens will need a passport when traveling outside the United States. We require that your passport be valid at least six months after your intended date of departure from your Sojourn (ie your last day of Sojourn). Visit the State Department website for more information.  

What about a visa? 
Visa requirements vary by country. Visit the State Department website for country specific information for US citizens. If you are accepted to the program, your Sojourn host will let you know visa information about that program and the participant is responsible for covering the cost of any visas needed. 

How do I apply?
Please click HERE to take the first step.