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Coliving Mexico

Your one stop guide to coliving in Mexico

Top Destinations for coliving in Mexico

We're thrilled to share that our team is hunting down new and inspiring coliving locations in Mexico. Most likely, almost our whole Nomadico community has been traveling through Mexico at one point or the other in their nomadic lives. So we really can't wait to start our adventure here. We don't always recommend the most "popular" or touristy places... instead we focus on the best quality authentic destinations for digital nomads. Check out some awesome spots here below and a couple of coliving options that are already there.

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Coliving in Mexico: our hot take

Let's dive into what you can expect from coliving in Mexico as a digital nomad. Mexico is known for its vibrant culture, rich history, delicious cuisine, all-year-round warm climate, and much more. But we would like to give you a little more insight than this before making your decision to come down to the land of tacos and mezcal (FYI: just as popular as tequila). Strap yourself in and see our take on a nomad paradise.

  1. ConvenienceMexico neighbors the United States, so for all you nomads from the states, Mexico City is just one (relatively) short flight away and from there just a couple of hours to any place in Mexico you want. Did you know Google Flights is great to check for fluctuations in flight prices? If it doesn't really matter when you go, then you can keep an eye on it and book whenever is cheapest

  2. Climate; for you guys that are not a fan of cold weather, you don't have to worry in Mexico. This country is warm all year round. There are still differences where some locations are super hot and others have a cooler climate, but it rarely freezes. Check timeanddate.com to see what the temperature is now at over 50 locations. 

  3. Affordability; the cost of living in Mexico varies per locations. Naturally where there are lots of tourists the cost of living will rise simultaneously. Places like Cancun or Baja California during the American spring break will unsurprisingly be expensive. But fortunately, we are not focusing on those locations on this page. If you want to have a general overview of Mexican affordability of utilities, restaurants, transportation, etc., then have a look at numbeo.com.

  4. Food culture; Taco's, Chilaquiles, Huevos Rancheros, Machaca, Discada, Tamales, Quesadilla, Enchiladas, Esquites and Mole. We just named 10 dishes our team named together in a heartbeat. Have you tried all these dishes? No? Then organize your trip to food heaven right now and immerse yourself in one of the best (or arguably the best) food country in the world.

  5. Adventure; Did you know you can dive with sharks in Mexico? The underwater world in some parts of Mexico is simply astonishing. Why not do a Padi course during your time here and dive to meet whale sharks, sea lions, sea turtles, manatees and last but not least… blue whales. For the latter you will need to go Baja California during whale season (December to March)

Coliving Puerto Escondido, Mexico

Puerto Escondido is a small coastal town in the southern state of Oaxaca in Mexico. With its year-round warm climate and friendly locals, Puerto Escondido is the perfect destination for anyone who wants to escape the hustle of city life and enjoy a chill beach life while still being productive. You'll find plenty of coworking spaces and cafes that are setup especially for digital nomads. So you can expect reliable Wi-Fi and sweet ocean views. Oh.. and it has world class waves for surfers

📍 Check out our coliving Puerto Escondido page here. 

Oaxaca

Coliving Oaxaca, Mexico

Oaxaca is a magical place full of history and food culture. If you have heard of the dish mole before, well, this is where it comes from. Oaxaca has a vibrant and colorful atmosphere, with beautifully preserved colonial architecture, bustling markets, and delicious (street)cuisine. It doesn't stop there though, because the city is also surrounded by breathtaking landscapes, ancient ruins and small towns for excellent day trips. Hierve el Agua, Monte Alban Ruins and El Tule Tree (world's wides tree trung), just to name a few

📍Nomadico coming soon but for now check out

📍 Co404 Coliving

CDMX

Coliving CDMX, Mexico

Mexico City is one of the hottest spots to go now for digital nomads. You will have no problems meeting up with the big community of remote workers that's there and the amount of cowork cafe's designed for nomads is incredible. It's cheap and the food is of the charts! Come and experience the magic of this incredible city for yourself.

📍Our coliving pick in CDMX: for stays 1+ months we recommend Covive. Otherwise we don't have a coliving recommendation yet!

Merida

Coliving Merida, Mexico

Merida is a charming colonial city located in the heart of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. The city has blends of Spanish and Mayan culture which makes for colorful streets that lead up to colonial mansions, historic buildings and charming plazas. Merida is a gateway to some of the most stunning natural wonders in Mexico, including cenotes, beaches, and ancient Mayan ruins. After a productive week in the city, go spend your weekends exploring these beautiful day trips and

📍 Our coliving Merida pick: Hormica

Guanajuato

Coliving Guanajuato, Mexico

Guanajuato is a breathtaking colonial city nestled in the hills of central Mexico. One of the most unique things about Guanajuato is its underground road system, which was originally built to control the flow of the Guanajuato River. Today, it's a fascinating labyrinth of tunnels and underground streets that connect the city's historic center with its surrounding neighborhoods.

📍 We don't have a colive recommendation currently but we are keeping an eye on it for you.