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4 Unique Destinations for Your Next Unforgettable Workation Adventure

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In our era of work-life balance, workations are becoming increasingly sought after due to the unique opportunities they offer. Digital nomads and remote workers around the world want to mix business with pleasure and see what our beautiful planet has to offer without giving up their careers.

Workations are more than just a way to travel without using up your precious vacation days. Working in a stunning location can be an unforgettable adventure and a huge productivity boost. Just imagine working amidst the peaceful hum of the wind or the ocean instead of the loud, headache-inducing sounds of an open space office!

If you’re also interested in enjoying the world and working at the same time, check out our list of the most unique and often underrated workation spots around the globe. Who knows—maybe we’ll inspire you to experience your greatest adventure the next time you have the opportunity to work from anywhere. All you need is your work equipment, weather-appropriate clothing, and the mood to experience something special. Oh, and don’t forget to stay connected—use an eSIM card app to effortlessly buy a local data plan instead of shelling out money for expensive roaming plans.

Four unforgettable destinations for your next workation

1. Lapland, Finland

The beautiful and desolate region of Lapland is best known for being the home of Santa Claus. Indeed, if you visit Rovaniemi in winter—which we recommend—you’ll have the opportunity to see a magical snowy Christmas wonderland.

However, Lapland is not only about Santa Claus. This region, located on the Arctic Circle, is a dream come true for all winter lovers. If you decide to spend your workation there, you’ll have the opportunity to hunt for the northern lights, visit a sauna like a true Finn, see real reindeer up close, and even go on a husky safari with a team of eager dogs and experienced mushers. We especially recommend spending a night or two in a glass igloo. They offer the most unforgettable experience of sleeping under the stars. In winter, there’s also a good chance of seeing a real Aurora Borealis.

Let’s not forget that Lapland is as beautiful in winter as it is in summer, so you don’t have to wait for the next snow to go there. Fishing, hiking, horseback riding on desolate plains, canoeing—Lapland offers it all.

2. Boracay, Philippines

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