9 Of The Coolest Coworking Spaces In Goa That Will Make Work So Much More Fun

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Some people work best in solitude and some like conversations and exchange of ideas. Either way, Goa now has a coworking space in pretty much most parts. These let you indulge your dream of living in Goa while ensuring that you also stay on track with your deadlines. Now, whether you're moving here for a short-term project or are just tired of choppy internet and power cuts at home, these coworking spaces are a reliable option to actually get work done.

The Old Quarter Hostel

The Old Quarter is a lovely hostel located in the charming Fontainhas area of Panjim. This hostel has a café that also doubles up as a co-working space. It has good WiFi, coffee, tea and other light refreshments, and a nice ambience that is perfect to get your creative juices flowing. The rates are INR 500 a day and may include a coffee.

Ignite Innovation Hub

A more serious, government-run innovation hub, Ignite isn't just for start-ups but for anyone on the hunt for a quiet, no-fuss co-working space. A more serious alternative to its quirky neighbour, 91Springboard, this one's open round the clock too. In terms of facilities, you'll find a pitch room, a cafe, meeting rooms, a massive auditorium for events and even private cabins. With the choice between flexi desks and dedicated workstations, it's equally conducive to digital nomads as to small start-ups. The rates range between INR 500 a day to INR 5k a month depending on whether you opt for a fixed desk or not.


Barefoot in Parra is a quiet, tropical sanctuary that offers the most perfect co-working environment ever. It cocoons you in its wooden cabin with massive glass windows that overlook the greens and transports you to a hill staycation with writing desks and the sounds of nature. This coworking space has got you sorted with an AC for sultry Goan summers and a high-speed internet connection and when you need to tune out for that all-important con-call, you can head to their phone booth. Barefoot’s freshly brewed tea/coffee and a wholesome lunch every day are a bonus! And because it’s a cafe and events’ space too, they regularly host game nights, workshops, markets and the likes.


In true Goa spirit, Clay lets creative folks work out of a gorgeous 90-year-old Portuguese house in Anjuna. Free birds and freelance artists will love this space that doesn't just promise the beach nearby but even has cakes and bakes from its in-house cafe. Not to mention, they've got super-fast internet and power back-up, so you aren't left in the lurch in the middle of all the conversations you'll have. They promise weekend workshops and have the door open for one-day use to weekly desks and even monthly memberships.


91Springboard is a multi-city co-working brand that set up its Goa outpost a while back. Located in Panjim, they offer the usual refreshments, WiFi, conference room, and more. They have different plans and packages, so whether you are working solo or in a small team, this is good co-working set-up to explore. As conducive to early risers as to night owls, this office combines a chill vibe along with infrastructural support with rates starting at INR 500 for a day and going up to INR 20,000 per month for two-people cabins.

Cafe Rasa

Rasa thrives on a community-first approach and has been the co-working space for many folks who wish to run businesses or report to jobs while living in Goa. This cafe is a breath of fresh air with its airy, sun-lit rooms and a view of the Mandovi River. Grab your laptop, order a hot cup of coffee, devour that yummy omelette and get to work. The biggest reasons to love Rasa aren't just fast internet and work desks but actually the kind of creators/artists/young entrepreneurs and digital nomads you’re likely to run into (of course, it helps that it’s located in Panjim and has a full-service cafe that serves comfort food all day long).

Nomad Gao

This co-living and co-working space is a Godsend for those who want to give working for Goa a shot while experiencing the everyday life here. This place allows you to access the co-working facilities for free if you’re staying here but if not, you can pick from daily, weekly or even a monthly plan (rates start at INR 550 a day). Your back and boss will thank you for being productive in this set-up with high speed WiFi, comfy chairs, meeting rooms, power back-up and coffee to keep you motivated.

Kanvas Palolem

If you’re staying around South Goa and need your fill of the early morning/early evening beach time while getting in some work hours, head straight to Kanvas. With a fun, hippie trippy vibe, it offers fast internet and charging points on the tables so you can go about your workday with only coffee breaks and perhaps a tiny time-out to gulp down a bowl meal for lunch.

The White Balcao

If you are looking for a free co-working space, head to The White Balcao, a well-kept secret. Right in the middle of Fontainhas, they have fast internet, constant power and fabulous coffee. The Panjim hostel, has a chill vibe and its perfect if you are looking to interact with other remote workers who are travelling. The prices are quite low, and they offer thalis during lunch. The staff is hospitable and it's the place to work out of impromptu in the capital.


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