January 15, 2020
It's been 2 long years since the Tribe set foot in Buenos Aires, but the experiences we had there are locked into our minds. This city is for those who want to fill their senses; productivity will peak in Palermo Soho's eye-catching coffee shops, and our off-hours will be spent devouring local dishes and vermouth in traditional cafes and passing mate while grilling every type of meat on the parrilla. Weekends will be for jetting off to new lands, to wine country, the Brazilian border and world-class waterfalls, and to the Northwest with its colorful mountains, other-worldly landscapes, and salt flats. We have 4 weeks to explore each corner of the country, and we won't waste a minute.
Experience Buenos Aires with the Tribe
Take on Buenos Aires with the Tribe and discover a new side to Argentina. Open your mind to the cocreated community experiences, adventures, and classic WiFi Tribe moments that'll make our time here one of a kind.
Savor every sensory experience
Our senses will come alive in Buenos Aires, between the food culture, art and music scene, and bustling cafes, it's a sensory overload here. We'll taste all the Malbec and cut into some of the finest steaks, share mate, and salsa dance all over the city. If you think New York City is the city that never sleeps, Buenos Aires might make you think twice.
Let's not forget to go North
With salt flats, the 14 Colored Mountains, impossibly vast back countries, and vineyards specializing in white wine, the northwestern part of Argentina is a side trip we might not want to overlook. Here it'll feel like we entered into another world while we explore Salta, Jujuy, and Cafayate.
We'll go chasing waterfalls
On the border of Brazil and Argentina sits one of the largest waterfall in the world, Iguazu Falls. We'll walk the national park's paths and catwalks for some epic vantage points, watching tons and tons of water gush over the Devil's Throat while the mist gets us a little wet in the process.
Visit wine country, Argentina style
It's surrounded by the Andes Mountains and the gauchos are as authentic as they come in Mendoza. Hopping on a quick flight for a weekend trip here is a must; our glasses will be full and bums might be sore after days filled with visits to well-known and local vineyards, on top of treks through the mountains on horseback.
Our Home in Buenos Aires
Here's where the Tribe stayed the last time we colived, coworked, and adventured through Buenos Aires.
Our coliving home is in Palermo Soho, known for its abundance of cafes, restaurants, street art and fairs, plazas, and night life. Simply put, this is the neighborhood to live in.
Each room has an ensuite bathroom, A/C, a closet, and wifi. A few upgraded rooms also have a desk and mini fridge.
The property has a rooftop pool with a furnished terrace and a charcoal grill, we can't leave Argentina without having an asado or two.
There's an indoor "greenhouse" dining room with a retractable roof and A/C that we'll use as a communal workspace when we aren't cafe hopping.
Good to Know
A small kitchen is available to use, but it's not suited for cooking elaborate meals. We'll likely be diving head first into the restaurant scene that surrounds us.
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