We co-create remarkable experiences for independent professionals who refuse to settle in their pursuit of growth, meaning, and adventure.
Unsettled’s travel experiences are designed for those who seek greater freedom, independence and mobility in life and work. Each one-week adventure, two-week creative break, or one month co-working retreat is an unexpected adventure of a lifetime, crafted to break your routine and inspire new perspectives while still allowing you to stay active and productive.
In each destination, we provide the essentials you need to feel connected, comfortable, and collaborative: accommodations, workspace, local experts, curated local experiences, workshops, and an exceptionally diverse community.
We believe that the best experiences are not passively consumed, but actively co-created. Unsettled experiences are not “guided” in the traditional sense, but facilitated and curated in a way that leaves us open to new perspectives, ideas, conversations and challenges that open space for possibility in our life and work.
Each experience combines elements of personal growth, lifestyle experimentation, productivity and adventure into one incredible journey into the unknown.
There are no age limits. No job requirements. No resumes needed. As long as you’re not an asshole, you’ll fit right in.
Wake up and grab a coffee. It’s still quiet around the house. Hopefully, you meditate, journal, read, or do almost anything besides look at your phone immediately.
You grab breakfast at home or at a nearby coffee shop with a few friends; everyone is moving at their own pace in the morning. Or, perhaps you decide to hit a local yoga / fitness class. If you’re in Bali, maybe a surf lesson
You check your inbox and calendar, and you realize that you have some time on your hands. You grab a friend, and go visit that market everyone’s been talking about. You get an early lunch, and then head back to the house to grab your stuff.
You open your laptop and go “heads down” for a couple of hours to #getshitdone. A fellow participant is hosting a workshop on website design at 2pm, and your experience leader is hosting one on Ikigai (a Japanese philosophy around finding purpose) at 5pm. You skip the first workshop, but decide to join the second.
Group dinner. Two participants just made a delicious fish for the group that combines a local catch with traditional cooking techniques. They lead a group conversation at dinner about balancing love and work life. You admit to loving the food and your work at least as much as anyone in your life at this moment.
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