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Digital Nomads Morocco

A guide for Digital Nomads in Morocco

Why is Morocco good for travelers?

Morocco is a hidden gem for digital nomads and travelers. It's located just a stone's throw away from Europe and it is easily accessible for anyone coming from the Western hemisphere. The climate in Morocco is warm and sunny for most of the year, which makes it a perfect destination for those looking to escape the cold winter months. The summer months can be hot, but coastal cities such as Taghazout, Essaouira and Agadir offer a cooler ocean breeze.

One of the biggest draws of Morocco is its affordability. It is a relatively inexpensive destination compared to many other popular digital nomad hotspots. Accommodation, food, and transportation are all very affordable, making it easy to live and work in Morocco without breaking the bank.

Morocco is also known for being friendly to foreigners. Moroccan culture is rich and diverse, and the people are welcoming and hospitable. English is widely spoken in tourist areas, and French is commonly spoken in cities. This makes it easy for travelers to navigate the country and communicate with locals.

One of the best ways for digital nomads to connect with like-minded individuals and tap into the local community is by joining one of the many digital nomad communities throughout the country. Whether you're looking for a coworking space to meet other remote workers or interested in attending events and workshops, there are plenty of options available in Morocco.

We have opened a Nomadico location for coliving in Taghazout and are determined to grow our community fast. Will you join us in creating Morocco as the hot spot to be for Digital Nomads?

Being a digital nomad in Morocco

A week in Morocco as a digital nomad is a unique and exciting experience. You'll find yourself immersing in the rich culture and history of this beautiful country while maintaining your productivity. With reliable wifi, you can stay connected with the world while exploring all that Morocco has to offer.

In terms of activities, there is no shortage of things to do in Morocco. From exploring the bustling markets of Marrakech to hiking in the Atlas Mountains, there is something for everyone. You can also spend time relaxing on the beautiful beaches of Essaouira or surfing the waves in Taghazout.

When it comes to wifi, you'll be pleased to know that Morocco has a reliable and fast internet connection. Many cafes and restaurants offer free wifi, making it easy to stay connected while working remotely. There are also plenty of coworking spaces and nomad hubs where you can meet other like-minded individuals and get your work done (more on that in the coliving and coworking section). With beautiful landscapes and vibrant colors, you'll find it easy to stay motivated and get work done as a digital nomad in Morocco.

When it comes to weekend trips, there are plenty of options. You can explore the ancient city of Fez, take a camel ride in the Sahara desert, or visit the blue city of Chefchaouen. No matter where you go, you'll find the ability to get sh*t done and enjoy all that Morocco has to offer as a digital nomad at the same time.

Coliving and Coworking in Morocco

Nomadico Tamraght, Taghazout

We recently opened our coliving in Tamraght (very close to Taghazout) and growing our lively community there fast. Come join the family, work in the most inspiring spots during the day, and go surfing just before the sun sets.

We have covered the best coworking offices and cafes in Taghazout on this page.

Sundesk Taghazout

The first coliving and coworking space to open in Taghazout, and has been building its community there ever since. A very popular destination for digital nomads to go right in the center of Taghazout.

Atic Coworking Marrakech & Rabat

With locations in both Marrakech and Rabat, Atic Coworking is a popular choice for digital nomads who want a professional and well-equipped workspace. The coworking space offers private offices, meeting rooms, and high-speed Wi-Fi.

Loft Art Gallery Coworking Casablanca

Located in Casablanca, Loft Art Gallery & Coworking is a unique workspace that combines art and work. With its spacious work areas, high-speed Wi-Fi, and inspiring art exhibitions, it's the perfect place to be productive while surrounded by creativity.

These are just a few of the many options available for digital nomads in Morocco. Depending on your preferences and location, there are plenty of other cafes and workspaces to explore and discover.

Logistics | Digital Nomads Morocco

As a digital nomad in Morocco, there are a few logistics to consider before your trip. Firstly, visas are required for most visitors, and luckily, it's relatively easy to obtain one upon arrival at the airport. The standard tourist visa allows you to stay for up to 90 days, but if you want to stay longer, it's possible to extend your stay by leaving the country for a few days and coming back to get a brand new 90-day visa. While border runs are not officially permitted, many people still do this without any problem.

One of the biggest draws of Morocco is its affordability. Accommodation, food, and transportation are all very affordable, making it easy to live and work in Morocco without breaking the bank. The currency used in Morocco is the Moroccan dirham, which is easily exchangeable at banks and ATMs throughout the country.

Getting around Morocco is relatively easy, with many options available including buses, trains, and taxis. Many cities also have bike-sharing programs, making it easy to get around on two wheels.

Some other tips for digital nomads in Morocco include being respectful of local customs and traditions, staying hydrated in the hot climate, and taking advantage of the existing digital nomad communities. It's also worth noting that English is widely spoken in tourist areas, but it's always helpful to learn a few key phrases in Arabic or French to help navigate the country and connect with locals. Overall, with a bit of preparation and an open mind, Morocco can be a fantastic destination for digital nomads looking for an affordable and culturally rich experience.

Local culture | Digital Nomads Morocco

Morocco is a country rich in culture, history, and natural beauty, making it an exciting destination for digital nomads to explore. From trying delicious local cuisine to visiting popular tourist destinations and experiencing unique cultural activities, there is something for everyone.

Local Moroccan Cuisine

Moroccan cuisine is known for its bold flavors and use of spices, making it a must-try for foodies. Some of the most popular Moroccan dishes include:

Tagine: A slow-cooked stew made with meat or vegetables and served with bread or couscous.
Couscous: A traditional dish made with steamed semolina grains and typically served with vegetables or meat.
Harira: A thick soup made with lentils, chickpeas, and spices that is often served during Ramadan.
Pastilla: A sweet and savory pastry filled with spiced meat, almonds, and cinnamon.