About Hacker Paradise - World's First International Remote Work & Travel Community


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Who Are We?

Hacker Paradise is a diverse community of professionals working remotely and experiencing the world. To date, 512 people from 51 countries have participated in our trips (often repeatedly), making our family’s skill range great.

In 2014, our founders Casey and Alexey started Hacker Paradise as a way to help remote workers have a sense of community and get intellectual stimulation while traveling.

Our goals are different, but we all share at least one trait: ambition — ambition to complete passion projects, ambition to boost careers and ambition to engage in unfamiliar cultures.

What Do We Do?

We take care of logistics; you get productive.

Our facilitators find the best co-living and co-working spaces (wi-fi has got to be fast!), so there’s nothing getting in the way of your work. We organize skill shares and social events for professional and personal development. We scout out all our locations in advance thoroughly to make your transition smooth and to be able to answer any of your questions.

All you need is to book your flights, organize your visa and bring along the projects you’re working on.

When Do We Work?

Everyone has their own exciting projects, so you choose your own work schedule and personal routine. You get the freedom of a solo traveler with the benefits of a working community. All activities are optional, so they won’t get in the way of any big deadlines.

But we welcome you to join in as many professional activities as possible such as workshops and talks. In the past we’ve had guest speakers like Leo Widrich (co-founder of Buffer), Taavi Kotka (CIO of Estonia) and Matz (creater of Ruby) share their expert knowledge with us, so the benefits are beyond words.

Past Trips

We’ve run over 20 trips since 2014! You can see below all of the places we have already been and when.

Past Trips

How Do You Sign Up?

Want to find out more about how awesome this program is? Apply here and sign up for a time to chat with one of our facilitators to answer questions and see if you’re ready for the Hacker Paradise experience.


Join Hacker Paradise

Fill out the application, schedule an interview, and join us in 2018!



The Organizers

Casey Rosengren



Casey is one of the founders at Hacker Paradise. Before starting Hacker Paradise, he spent a number of years in the startup scenes in Philadelphia and Tokyo. He is also the founder of the Gopher Gala and of Recess Labs.




Spencer is the COO and current main trip leader at Hacker Paradise! He has a background in Korean Linguistics and congnitive neuroscience. Before joining us, Spencer taught collegiate Korean, worked briefly at Samsung, spent several years as a project manager at Epic, a healthcare tech company. He has spent 7+ years living, studying, and working abroad.



Head of Content

A visualiser by day and doodler by night, Dale lives and breathes creativity. Before joining us his time was spent co-running a branding agency, lecturing software skills and design principles and illustrating for a wide range of clients. He’s tasted the nomad lifestyle before, spending previous summers in Europe and the US.

Renata Aquino


Trip Facilitator

Renata co-founded two businesses in Brazil and a social project focused on startups. Passionate about building communities and collaborative environments, she’s been working in this space for eight years before becoming a Trip Leader for Hacker Paradise. She chases summer around the world on a quest to find the best ice cream.



Head of Technology

Dani Dirks is a software developer, avid adventurer, and purveyor of mischief. Before joining Hacker Paradise, Dani was a full-stack developer by day and a freelance designer by night. In her free time she writes and performs her own music, and is the queen of HP karaoke.

Alexey Komissarouk



Alexey is a tech community organizer and engineer for hire. Exiled from the U.S. by way of visa lottery, he was part of the Hacker Paradise founding team and traveled with us for a year and a half. He is now back in San Francisco working for Opendoor.

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