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Workation is more than a working vacation

Most definitions describe a workation as a vacation where you also get some work done. We have workationed a lot and that doesn’t even begin to cover it. Here are some of the reasons why you should workation…


Leave the everyday noise behind to a destination where you can reset. Escape from routine and breathe freely. Venture to a place where nobody knows you and redefine who you are.


Did you study abroad or wish you had? Workation is Study Abroad for grown-ups. Unlike a vacation, you’ll have time to fully discover a city and maybe find out something about yourself too.


Take a chance and challenge yourself to try something and somewhere new. A workation will force you out of your comfort zone and expose you to experiences you never expected.


Workation gives you distance and removes the everyday distractions. Change your perspective and focus on the task at hand. Just being in a different timezone can benefit your productivity.


As we get older it seems harder to make friends, we are too set in our ways. There’s nothing like being somewhere new to get you out of that rut. Meet new friends, business contacts or even loves.


Make the most of your new surroundings to pick up a new skill. Learn a new language or find a unique hobby. Get familiar with the local culture and history, open your mind!


A change of scenery is the ideal inspiration for creative work. It is also great for solving problems differently. Immerse yourself in somewhere new and the ideas will start flowing again.

Benefits of
Remote Work & Travel

75 million U.S. employees (56% of the U.S. workforce) have a job that allows for remote work due to COVID-19.

Employers are struggling to provide incentives and benefits to sustain employee morale.

For 78% of remote workers who are working from home, networking with people face-to-face can reduce feelings of isolation, increase collaboration, and build connections and community.

Workation clients found a renewed sense of inspiration when traveling and learned valuable skills and tools whilst working remotely.

Statistics of Remote Working


of millennials want flexible work.
Flexibility increases loyalty.


of respondents are more productive when working remotely.


of telecommuters
report lower stress.


more in less time when
working remotely


more productive
remote working


saved per remote employee,
per year by companies

Workation works, here’s why

Remote travel work gives access to new markets and networking opportunities

Remote workers are happier, healthier and feel more valued

Workplace interruptions cost companies $588 billion a year

Ineffective communication is one of the largest productivity drains in an office

The avg employee wastes 31 hours a month in unproductive meetings

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