The First-Ever Overwater Bungalow Co-working Space Is Up For Grabs
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The First-Ever Overwater Bungalow Co-working Space Is Up For Grabs


From luxe loft-chic lounges to beer on tap and in-house chefs, we’ll be the first to say office culture is vital to building teams and successful businesses. The stats speak for themselves, with reports of 74% of coworkers being more productive in a co-working space and over two-thirds of workers feeling more creative, but can the in-office gyms and chair massages of Silicon Valley compete with the first-ever private island, overwater bungalow co-working space in the Caribbean?

We’ll let you decide.



yellow bungalow on the ocean with signs pointing all directions

Courtesy of Belize Tourism Bureau

Allow us to introduce the first-ever overwater bungalow co-working space on a private island just 10 miles off the coast of Belize. Office hours are from high tide to low tide at this bright yellow bungalow retreat on Tobacco Caye.

Two yellow overwater bungalows side by side with hammocks

Courtesy of Belize Tourism Board

The co-working space is a direct response to the trend of bleisure, the blend of business and leisure travel allowing professionals to work all around the globe, wherever they want, whenever they want. The Belize Tourism Board is calling the concept “Belizesure,” and they want you to pack up your laptop, and be a part of it.

The Belizesure co-working space comes equipped with all of the necessities for a productive work day, including “executive parking.”

two kayaks outside of overwater yellow bungalow

Courtesy of Belize Tourism Board

Yes, there’s an open-concept oceanfront bungalow, and yes, it has Wi-Fi and standing desks. But, it also has a juice bar with all the fixings, plus a bottle of Caribbean rum. And, the dress code? Well, wear your best suit, because if at any point you feel like taking a dive headfirst into that crystal-clear ocean, just open the door and jump right in.



Chair inside office with funny beach signs

Courtesy of Belize Tourism Bureau

While you’re thinking to yourself, what son of a gun is lucky enough to kayak to work everyday? Well, it could be you. The Belize Tourism Board wants to send three work-hard-play-hard employees to work from paradise in the first-ever private island office space. Enter to win by simply explaining why you’re the best candidate to [email protected].

Mondays aren’t so bad after all.

Aerial view of island with tiny cottages on it

Courtesy of Belize Tourism Board



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