Hacker Paradise: A new breed of "workation" retreats -- such as those offered by Hacker Paradise, pictured -- offer hassle-free nomadic experiences where workers can plug into a new "office" space in remote corners of the globe.
Hacker Paradise: Hacker Paradise is tailored for computer programmers and designers. By pooling a community of like-minded people, it provides opportunities to network and share expertise.
WiFly Nomads: WiFly Nomads launches in September 2017. The first stop on its productive and self-improving itinerary will be Bali.
WiFly Nomads: Making use of Bali's many gorgeous temples, cliffside surf spots and rice terraces, WiFly Nomads offers participants a long list of excursions.
We Roam: Targeting participants from large and small companies, including the likes of Microsoft and Upworthy, We Roam offers a year-long remote working program, visiting a new city every month.
WiFi Tribe: WiFi Tribe travels in packs of 12 to 20 people, who live together in large villas or apartments then move to a new city each month.
WiFi Tribe: It's geared toward young professionals and creative types, often including photographers, writers, designers, musicians, developers and entrepreneurs.
The Remote Experience: To help travelers make the most of each location, The Remote Experience has on-the-ground ambassadors to introduce each country, translate, scout out cool events or suggest worthwhile excursions.
The Remote Experience: Past travelers have been full-time employees -- from the likes of IBM and Yahoo -- as well as self-employed nomads and entrepreneurs.
Refuga: Refuga has welcomed 500 entrepreneurs from 40 countries since 2012. Providing more than just a remote work station, Refuga emphasizes deep-dive experiences and adventures.
Refuga: Most Refuga expeditions tend to be physically challenging, such as a climbing adventure up Kilimanjaro or a bike trip across India.
Nomad House: Offering a relatively short commitment of just 10 days, Nomad House programs can be an ideal starting point for those who are new to the nomadic working lifestyle.
Terminal 3: Terminal 3 offers remote workers growth, new experiences, a collaborative community, great meals and unshakable Wi-Fi 24-7 -- for those who pass the careful interview process.
DigitalOutposts: Catering to solo as well as group travelers, DigitalOutposts retreats encourage productivity and exploration of beautiful destinations at the same time.
DigitalOutposts: In the past, Digital Outposts' travelers have biked through rice terraces, gone canyoning down waterfalls or learned to cook Thai food.
Roam: Founded in 2015, the company offers easy access to co-living-slash-working spaces around the world including Tokyo, Bali and Miami (in the picture).
Roam: Its spacious, well-equipped stations, luring a mix of freelancers and entrepreneurs, are somewhere between a hotel and a house. This is its Tokyo outpost.