Will Nabeul be the Next Digital Nomad Hotspot?

Will Nabeul be the Next Digital Nomad Hotspot?

What Is A Digital Nomad?

The rise of remote work opportunities and social media influencers in the travel field has grown widespread interest in the digital nomad lifestyle. Like the camel-riding nomads of old times, digital nomads don’t have a set location. They travel around the world and use technology to enable them to work. It is as much a lifestyle choice as a career option. Digital nomads, or those who travel while working remotely, make up tens of millions of the world population

What’s more, it is on the rise. There will be 1 billion digital nomads by 2035 and one in three future employees are expected to be remote or working as a nomad. At Coworky, we welcome, support, and build a professional network of digital nomads and international workers. We make it easy for you to enjoy the benefits of a digital nomad lifestyle.

The Benefits of the Digital Nomad Lifestyle

The positives of being a digital nomad are limitless:

  • Save money living in a low cost-of-living Cap Bon region in Tunisia
  • Accessibility in the workplace
  • Experience new cultures, new challenges & meet new friends
  • Travel freely throughout Tunisia 
  • Learn new skills 
  • learn new  languages
  • less stress, more mindfulness
  • change your daily life scenery
  • Broaden your mind through travel experiences
  • Flexibility to set your own schedule and take time off when you want to
  • Spend winters on the beach, and summers in the mountains!
  • Better work-life balance

The future of work is in our hands, from anywhere, at anytime

What is the visa situation in Tunisia?

Whether you need a visa for Tunisia depends on your nationality. Citizens from 97 countries can visit Tunisia visa-free for up to 90 days. These countries include the USA, Canada, all EU countries (except Cyprus), Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, Brazil, China, and Russia. Citizens of Germany and Canada can visit without a Tunisian visa for up to four months. Visitors from Bulgaria can spend up to two months in Tunisia and Greek citizens can stay for up to a month visa-free.

Why Nabeul is an ideal destination for digital nomads?

One of the most attractive destinations for digital nomads is Nabeul, as the multi-faceted city located in northeastern Tunisia, at the heart of the south coast of the Cap Bon peninsula and surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea on both sides. It is the first seaside resort in Tunisia, full of charm, known for its orange groves, its excellent geographic position and its touristic potential.   It is the ceramics center of Tunisia. Nabeul’s artisans have numerous specialties: pottery, rush weaving, embroidery, clay and porcelain…  

Besides, it is a great source of inspiration for entrepreneurs, international remote workers, and traveling freelancers. Nabeul is an excellent choice to combine business with pleasure. At the heart of the Cap Bon region, you can clear your mind, relax and enjoy doing business in a mindful setting and cozy atmosphere. The cost of living in Tunisia is fairly low compared to the United States of America. In fact, it is, on average, 59.17% lower than in the USA. And, rent in Tunisia is, on average, 86.25% lower than in the United States. The cost of living in Tunisia and particularly in Nabeul is fairly low making it the suitable destination to live a comfortable digital nomad lifestyle.

A digital Nomad lifestyle without barriers! 

Most of the time, digital nomads select their favorite destinations, generally sunny countries where they can enjoy a holiday atmosphere while working online, enjoying the benefits of flexible work options. Previously, to work in another country one had to accept a low-paid job. Nowadays, a digital nomad has the luxury of enjoying a well-paid job, and living where they want to live. The world is their oyster. In a hyper-connected world, everything is possible and opportunities are limitless.