Coworking camps is one of the newest trends to emerge over the last few years, created by entrepreneurs who have seen a gap in the market for digital nomads. So where are these coworking camps located?
Des Potato Head in Bali offers a “sustainable creative campus” that features a hotel, farm-to-table restaurant, pool, music studio, events and work hubs curated for traveling professionals.
Ethos Remote Habitat in Tulum, Mexico opened last fall and offers digital nomads a space to work, while also enjoying other amenities like fitness classes and meals.
“Unlike just renting your own Airbnb or staying in a hotel, with us, you get to live in a community alongside inspiring individuals and revitalise your mind and body through nourishing and organic food, transformational workshops, group activities and learning immersions,” said Janko Milunovic, CEO and co-founder of Ethos Remote Habitat.
Selina is another company that markets itself as a place to “stay, live, work and explore.” Selina offers subscription travel packages across 76 hotels throughout Europe, Latin America and the U.S. that provides access to coworking spaces, wellness activities and discounts on food and drink options.
With the promise of a vaccine on the horizon and travel bans slowly being lifted, coworking camps could see a big emergence in the coming years.