Coliving is a modern form of shared housing for like-minded people to live, work and play together. Fully furnished, specially-designed living spaces create an inspiring environment for people to interact and share experiences.
The biggest value of joining a coliving space is access to the community.
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Coliving spaces don’t force you into a yearly contract, they offer flexible short term rentals with leases starting from as short as even a week.
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Cancun offers so much for tourism but as a coliving destination, it offers even more. This charming city is one of the most popular tourist choices in Mexico, as well as, being home to nearly 750,000 full-time residents. The city itself is pressed up against the Caribbean Sea and has warm temperatures year-round. This is an amazing city for digital nomads from around the world to call their new hub or home base. From incredible beaches and daytime ventures to action-packed nightlife, there is everything you could want in a coliving space.
Cancun offers you so much, making it hard to regret your new life decision to move here. From endless beaches as far as the eye can see to world-class resorts and fine dining experiences. You have everything here you would expect from a tropical destination, including world-renowned scuba diving and snorkeling for the perfect afternoon experience. When you’re all done for the day remote working, pack yourself up and head out for an exquisite night on the town. Starting with your typical small diners and street vendors to high-end five-star restaurants, after a good meal it’s time to hit the town for a night out. There are bars and nightclubs that can cater to you until the early hours of the morning.
Cancun has sports teams of their own including soccer and baseball, so be sure to see what it’s all about as you experience your new home base. The only public transit in the city is a bus service, that connects the hotel district to smaller towns outside the city and runs all the way to Playa Del Carmen. The city is also home to Cancun International Airport, which has daily flights all over North and South America and as far away as Europe. You may want to look into investing in a motorbike if you’re here for the long haul as it makes life even more convenient than it already is.
Fun facts about Cancun:
- In January 1970 there were only three people living in Cancun, and they were the caretakers of a coconut plantation
- Second, only to Australia’s famous Great Barrier Reef, the Maya Barrier Reef is one of Cancun’s major draws
- Between May and September, shoals of whale sharks congregate in the waters off Cancun