Remote Explorers

Coworkation retreat for digital nomads in Indian Himalayas

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Mayur Sontakke
Mayur SontakkeMaker@mayur_sontakke
Namaste 🙏 PH folks, We are super happy to launch Remote Explorers, the first digital nomads and location independent entrepreneurs' retreat in India. While travelling around SE Asia working remotely, we realized that India offers an immense potencial to be on the map of remote workers. However, through interactieve with other remote workers around the world, we also realized that most of them keep their India plans on hold owing to the perception of poor internet, culture shock, and so on. We have launched Remote Explorers to take care of all infrastructure and logistical issues to make sure that the participants can focus on what is important to them while also enjoying their India experience. Our border vision is to build a collaborative community of location independent professionals and to leverage on technology to truely exploit Remote Work by taking coworking scene beyond big cities. With this in mind, we have choosen Dharamshala in the Indian Himalayas as the venue for our first retreat. Dharamshala is home to Dalai Lama and has a lot to offer in terms of activities. We have included Treking, Mountain Survival Camp, Paragliding, and a lot of cultural experiences in our itinirery to make sure it doesn't become a retreat focused only on work. We have also added daily yoga and standups, masterminding, and skill share sessions to aid your work. Join us this September for 30 amazing days of productivity, inspiration, exploration, adventures, and cultural experiences in the Indian Himalayas! Vote for us if you like our product! Thank you शुक्रिया।
James Hunt
James Hunt@thetwopct · Entrepreneur. Coder. Marketer. Founder.
@mayur_sontakke awesome work, well done Mayur! Great work on doing the first ever remote retreat in India!! The big question I am sure lots of people have is... How's the internet in Dharamshala? 💻
Mayur Sontakke
Mayur SontakkeMaker@mayur_sontakke
@thetwopct Thanks James! Contrary to perception, the internet in Dharamshala is actually very good by Indian standards. Since the area also happens to be our home base in India, we have been testing various ISPs and we get 20-30 MbPS with reliability. Dharamshala is one of the 100 designated to-be smart cities in India and things are only going to get better from here. 🙂
James Hunt
James Hunt@thetwopct · Entrepreneur. Coder. Marketer. Founder.
@mayur_sontakke Awesome, would love to check it out!
Mayur Sontakke
Mayur SontakkeMaker@mayur_sontakke
@thetwopct You are welcome 🙂