How it Works
How it works
Turning lunch-time travel scrolling into your work-and-travel reality.
Your Adventure Starts here
Hacker Paradise will host you in a range of unbelievable destinations, bringing together a community of remote movers-and-shakers and opportunities to explore — all while handling the logistics to keep you comfortable, engaged and productive.
How it Works
Who knew four easy steps could change the way you live, work, connect and explore?
1. Chat With Us
Submit an application & schedule a time to chat with our team.
2. Pick Your Paradise
Decide which destination you’d like to join us in and when.
3. Confirm Your Spot
Pay for your first month to secure your reservation.
4. Join Our Community!
Pack your bags and come meet your new friends!
We take care of the logistics so that you can focus on the good stuff — developing your career and immersing yourself in the experience!
We take time to make sure the people who join Hacker Paradise are the right fit for our community and match with our ethos. With 15-20 new buds on your trip, you’ll be able to connect with professionals from every industry and walk of life. After a couple of days, you’ll be close friends and wonder how you lived without them.
Troubleshooting, karaoke-singing, all-round superheroes — our kick-ass community facilitators are destined to become your new BFFs and your source of insider knowledge on every trip. Count on them to research, organize, plan events, and problem-solve so you aren’t bogged down with the small stuff.
Upscale your biz or reframe your career path with our robust program of personal and professional development — led both by us & you. You’ll have access to a super engaging weekly program including local lunches, cultural activities and potlucks. Your facilitators will also help co-create professional development events, like skillshares & hands-on workshops.
We find great coworking spaces in some of the world’s best locations with speedy wifi, flexible hours, and an active community of digital nomads. Plus we’ll give you a SIM card on arrival so you’ll never be without wifi – because second to work comes checking your Insta, and we get that.
Stay in comfort with private rooms co-located with your fellow Hacker Paradise-ers in a cool, local neighborhood close to cafes, gyms, parks, bars, and grocery stores. The housing is also equipped with good wifi and regular housekeeping. Accommodations will never be more than a 10-min walk away from the coworking space.
Flexible itineraries | No fees | No hidden costs
You choose when, where, and how long to go and we make it happen. Prices vary depending on location and duration.
2 weeks from
Get Your Toes Wet
1 month from
stay Like A Local
3-12 Months from
Travel More | Pay Less
1 month = 4 weeks | *all pricing in USD | Enquire about our Program-Only options (housing not included)
MAJOR SAVINGs ALERT!
Our trips are tax deductible! Talk to your accountant about how you can write-off your trip costs to save hundreds of dollars on your tax bill this year.
Share a room and save even more! Pricing starts at $1700 per month. Ask us for more details.
See what our members have to say!
Our alumni community of 1000+ remote working professionals is super active so post-trip you’ll get access to exclusive travel meetups, alumni deals, job boards and more. Some might say it’s better than Tinder. We wouldn’t argue.
“I travel with HP mostly because of the community. HP brings together an amazing group of people who bring the travel experience to a whole new level.”
“I love the feeling of reuniting with friends (old and new) in a completely new corner of the world! I love how in HP you can make genuine and lasting connections across cultures, professions, ages, life values, languages, and just in general with people you would probably never meet in your “normal” life.”
“HP feels like one big extended family of awesome, like-minded people, and there’s always something fun going on to get involved with. If you told me this time last year that I would be midnight skinny-dipping with sparkling plankton on a paradise island in the middle of December, it would have made the rain and snow a lot easier to deal with.”