Unsettled

Live anywhere, one month at a time 🏝️

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Unsettled is an intentional travel community for those who embrace uncertainty and value meaningful human connection. Who believe that feeling a little bit “unsettled” is a positive impulse for change, innovation, and discovery.

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Reviews

  • Andrew Hyde
    Andrew HydeOrigin Protocol
    Pros: 

    Lovely people, great destinations.

    Cons: 

    "group travel"

    Went on a FANTASTIC trip with Unsettled and plan on doing a few more this year! Great people / community. Great price to have the logistics sorted out!

    Andrew Hyde has used this product for one year.
  • Kyle Jameson
    Kyle JamesonWriter and Producer
    Pros: 

    Learn through new experiences, people, and cultures while operating under the guidance of enthusiastic and knowledgeable team leaders.

    Cons: 

    While Unsettled provides a very work-friendly environment, you may find yourself disconnected from the group if you can't unplug frequently.

    If you're looking for a way to kickstart your routine or discover your next move, Unsettled provides a semi-guided opportunity to learn by immersing yourself in a new culture with people from all walks of life from around the world.

    Kyle Jameson has used this product for one month.

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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Selina, We Roam, and Remote Year are a few similar offerings. Curious to hear from someone that's tried one of these services. What do you think? Would you do it again?
Andrew Kamphey
Andrew Kamphey@kampheyapproved · Growth Hacker
@rrhoover I did The Remote Experience for two months, 2 years ago. The people were awesome, and it got me out of the house. Currently in Bali, on my own. and have been coming back here almost every other month the past two years. So a success.
Brad Rossman
Brad Rossman@brad_rossman
@rrhoover @kampheyapproved I stayed at 7 Selina's in Central America when I was traveling solo. I loved the co-working spaces, the vibe of the hostels, and knowing i'd have consistent wifi to work from. Also stayed with a friend in Prague on Remote Year, it's quite costly and you travel with your cohort for a year in scheduled cities. So for me benefits of logistics & travel companions didn't outweigh the lack of flexibility to choose your next destination. I was happier to be solo traveling and joining co-working spaces for a month than being part of a travel program.
Cathleen Madrona
Cathleen Madrona@cathleenmadrona · Making swift happen ⚡️
@rrhoover I stayed at Selina when I was in Costa Rica. What's great about them is that they are in desirable locations with backpacker-friendly prices. Food and activities are thoughtfully curated/made and wifi is great. They've really nailed the entire experience.
Shawn Arora
Shawn Arora@shawnarora · Head of Ops @ LogDNA
These types of services seem to always be way too expensive. Anyone who has traveled, rented an apartment and joined a coworking space knows how much these things should cost. I guess it just comes down to how much the person values the cohort they're with.
Liam McKay
Liam McKay@liammckay · Co-Founder & Designer of Yummit
Would love to know an idea around pricing without submitting an application first, is this possible?
Carmen L. Sigman
Carmen L. Sigman@carmen_l_sigman
Hi @liammckay you can find pricing on each retreat location page under "Cost" in The Basics box. For example, https://beunsettled.co/locations... shows pricing for 1 month or 2 week options.
Liam McKay
Liam McKay@liammckay · Co-Founder & Designer of Yummit
@carmen_l_sigman Great, thanks!
Ashray Sachdeva
Ashray Sachdeva@ashray_sachdeva · Marketing-Milo
This is by the far the most unique platform I have ever come across. I was really wanting to go last year but something came up and I couldn't 😞 . I just love the name unsettled and the concept of traveling, discussing ideas, networking and making friends with like-minded people for a lifetime.