The modern working nomad is not bound to a particular place and Hacker Paradise enables digital nomads to work and play with like-minded people in some of the world’s most inspiring places.

Hacker Paradise, a community based organisation, organises several trips a year for a duration of three months at a time. If three months sounds a bit too long, the minimum stay is just two weeks. In this period, digital nomads work alongside with like-minded individuals such as software developers, designers, online marketers and copywriters.

That’s right, you don’t necessarily have to be techie to be a hacker. The crew at Hacker Paradise define hackers as people who don’t overthink when jumping into something new. Anyone whose work is fundamentally creative and is passionate about what they do is welcome!

Travel the world. Build cool things. Meet awesome people.

During weekdays, participants could be working on their own projects or collaborating in projects along with other participants. During the weekends, it’s time to relax and go on adventures such as hiking and rock-climbing, play board games, enjoy music or embrace the nightlife.

In 2015, Hacker Paradise visited Vietnam, Bali, Thailand, Estonia, Barcelona, Berlin, Tokyo, and Taipei.

Trips in 2016 include:

  • Bali, Indonesia: 13 March to 9 April 2016
  • Chiang Mai, Thailand: 17 April to 14 May 2016
  • Porto, Portugal: 5 June to 27 August

Hacker Paradise offers two packages. One is the full package, which includes accommodation, while the other simply provides access to the shared workspace and the opportunity to participate in community events.

Prices start from $300 per week for the full three month package. For the ‘program only’ package, where accommodation is not included, participants usually pay about half of the full weekly price. Would be participants to check-in with their accountants, because Hacker Paradise is usually tax-deductible.

For more information visit: Hacker Paradise