Outbound Collective logo

Ditch The Office: Work (and Play) in Breathtaking Places

A new company allows you to take the "work from home" concept to the next level - providing curated "homes" in adventure hot spots throughout the world.

By: The Outbound Collective + Save to a List

The age of the working remotely is here, and an entire industry of businesses is cropping up to address the growing demand. As a small, distributed start-up, we've fully embraced the benefits of telecommuting and we often find ourselves working from home, coffee shops, co-working spaces, Airstreams, vans, and many other non-traditional spaces. So, needless to say, we're excited to see innovation in the space. 

One of the more interesting companies we've seen emerge is Outsite, who is focusing on providing beautiful, productive work and living environments for flexible professionals in amazing locations around the world. They have built an impressive list of 'co-living' properties that provide easy access to an active, adventurous lifestyle: Austin (TX), Canguu (Bali), Brooklyn (NY),Haleiwa (HI), Heavenly (CA), Lisbon (Portugal), Old San Juan (Puerto Rico), San Diego (CA), Santa Cruz (CA), Santa Teresa (Costa Rica), Santiago (Chile), Swiss Alps (Switzerland), and Venice Beach (CA). 

At each of their properties, you'll find everything you need to make yourself at home: a dedicated work space and office supplies, solid wifi, comfortable rooms, linens and toiletries, on-site laundry, and a well-equipped kitchen. There is also an on-site community manager who is always available to answer questions or concerns. 

With its wide variety of locations and turnkey accommodations, Outsite brings the dream of the modern digital nomad that much closer to reality for everyone. 

Can you imagine working remotely from a collection of bucket list destinations around the world, all while your customers never notice a difference? For those who want it, it's out there. 

We want to acknowledge and thank the past, present, and future generations of all Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples whose ancestral lands we travel, explore, and play on. Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations. Please explore responsibly!

Do you love the outdoors?

Yep, us too. That's why we send you the best local adventures, stories, and expert advice, right to your inbox.


10 Things you need to do in Baja

wyld honeys

Journey to Wyoming’s premier snowmobiling destination: Togwotee Mountain Lodge

Samuel Brockway

Hiking in comfort: a review of Danner Mountain 600 Evo boots

Meghan White

A peek through God's window

Heather Arnold