Forget WFH, It’s Time To Work From Goa Beaches; Govt To Start Co-Working Spaces At THESE Beaches

To lure high-spending and European travellers, the Goa government has a focus on regenerative tourism.

by Sanjana Shenoy
Forget WFH, It’s Time To Work From Goa Beaches; Govt To Start Co-Working Spaces At THESE Beaches

To attract working professionals to Goa, the government is all set to introduce co-working space at two of its popular beaches. So, forget work from home and get ready to work from beaches! Goa government has a telos to position itself as a tourism hotspot beyond its beaches and nightlife.

Goa To Open Co-Working At Morjim & Ashwem Beaches

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A report by TOI states that Goa will establish co-working spaces at Ashwem and Morjim beaches. The co-working spaces will be available for all those who want to have a little bit of fun during their workations. State Tourism Secretary Sanjeev Ahuja stated to TOI that the government has an aim to draw in more European tourists and high-spending travellers to the beach destination. The state government wants to do this by offering more reasons to travellers to visit Goa this year.

Their approach is to set up co-working spaces at Morjim and Ashwem beaches and also grant nomad visas to individuals who can work and relish the coastal ambience. An official stated to TOI that the development of co-working spaces on the two beaches is underway. They will be completed soon. Moreover, the state government has communicated to the Union Ministry of Home Affairs and the External Affairs Ministry to initiate the process of providing nomad visas to travellers. The official anticipates a positive response from the ministries.

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Focus On Regenerative Tourism, Temples & Plantation Tours

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Furthermore, Ahuja stressed the need to empower and involve the local communities in Goa. The state government now has a focus on regenerative tourism. This concept looks at tourism holistically, fostering collaboration between all stakeholders and developing lesser-known tourist regions. Goa’s expansive churches and ancient temples will be highlighted and integrated into this innovative approach. Goa has already collaborated with Temple Connect, an organisation that develops and revitalises the temple ecosystem.

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Apart from promoting co-working spaces by the beach and spiritual tourism, Goa has also started tours to space and cashew plantations. This will allow tourists to immerse themselves in a different side of Goa and savour farm-fresh food.

Are you looking forward to working from Goa’s pristine beaches?

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