Beaches, hippy communes and coworking: How Goa is pushing for India to become a remote work hub

Want to move to India? A new digital nomad visa spearheaded by the beach state of Goa could be just the ticket.

The state of Goa is doubling down on efforts to make India a hub for digital nomads.

Known for its beaches and hippy communes, the western state has been pushing for the country to become remote-worker friendly for some time.

Goa’s minister of Tourism and IT Rohan Khaunte launched his ‘Workation Goa’ campaign in July last year, encouraging visitors to work from the state’s balmy shores.

Since then, Goa has been working on introducing coworking spaces in beachside locations including Ashvem, Morjim and Benaulim.

Attending last week’s Arabian Travel Market

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