Coliving is a community living concept for like-minded people to live, work, and play together. Living spaces are well designed, fully furnished, with incidentals and utilities covered by one bill. Catering to various living styles and tastes, the main value of the coliving experience is access to the community.
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Think the Maldives is just a honeymoon spot for newly-wed couples and that it won’t be ideal for remote workers? Think again. While this tropical country may be considered a romantic destination, it can also be a great digital nomad base if you’ve always wanted to live and work on an island with a relaxed and chill ambiance with the ocean as your backdrop.
The Maldives is an independent island situated in the north-central part of the Indian Ocean. It’s made up of a group of islands and atolls and the capital is called Male. Out of the 1,200 atolls and islands, only 200 are inhabited. This is primarily due to the Maldives having the smallest islands in the world. In fact, only about 392,473 people are living in the Maldives as of 2018.
Diving, snorkeling, dolphin spotting, and island hopping are just some of the things you can do while in this tropical paradise, when you are not focused on work.
Since the country is mainly famous for being an island getaway, the coliving scene isn’t thriving here but it’s starting to gain traction. There’s nothing more relaxing than having a beach right at your front door!
The Maldives is also quite accessible because all nationalities are allowed to enter without a tourist visa. Numerous countries also have direct flights to its capital. There has never been a better time to book a coliving space on this stunning island.
Fun facts about the Maldives:
- It’s the lowest country in the world as it’s only 1.5 meters above sea level
- Shells can be found in most Maldivian coins because it was used as units of money during the Medieval times
- The Maldives remained largely unknown to people until the 1970s but now tourism is the country’s main source of income
- An underwater Cabinet meeting is possible and it was first held in the Maldives
- Since the Maldives is an Islamic country, alcohol is only accessible in hotels
- It’s the world’s smallest Islamic country
- It’s considered to be one of the safest holiday destinations in the world
If you’ve always dreamed of that relaxed island lifestyle, Maldives is the place to be. The thriving underwater life and white beaches make it a picturesque destination for digital nomads who want adventure and luxury.