Now that remote working is on the table for more of us, the ability to travel and work at the same time is (pandemic willing) a possibility.
If you feel like splashing quite a bit of cash on a luxury ‘workation’ (that’s a vacation, but with remote working), then we’ve got just the package for you.
The Nautilus Maldives, which opened its doors again on September 1, is offering a ‘Workstation Package’ which comes complete with daily yoga, fitness and meditation classes, a private dolphin cruise at sunset on a luxury yacht, and a private Wi-Fi enabled workstation set up on sandbank with a view of the ocean next to a shaded canopy.
On top of the views, your desk will be kitted out with a phone, wireless printer, scanner, portable projector and screen and even a fax machine.
If that sounds like your cup of tea, then a seven-night stay for two will set you back a mere $23,250 (around £18,170).
You can also stay for two weeks for $37,850 (around £29,580) and three weeks for an eye-watering $52,000 (around £40,640).
Also included in that cost are snacks, stationery, a laundry service, your very own personal assistant, and customs, baggage claim and immigration admin will all be handled by The Nautilus Maldives staff while you wait in a private airport lounge.
Wi-Fi is also available all over the resort and island, so you can move around and work freely to your heart’s content.
At the time of writing, The Maldives is allowing people to travel there as long as they have proof of a negative Covid-19 PCR test that they’ve taken within 72 hours before they leave for their trip.
However, The Maldives is not currently on the UK’s travel bridge list, meaning that, in addition to tens of thousands of pounds, the trip will also cost you a two-week quarantine on your return.
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