Our Home IN Buenos Aires

Get ready to dance as we prepare to enjoy all the delights Buenos Aires has to offer. As you live and work in Argentina, immerse yourself in a rich culture, shaped by centuries of different traditions coming together into one beautiful melting pot. With plenty of space for coworking and the pleasant vibes, there’s plenty to do and see in the city, and we are looking forward to sharing those adventures with you.

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We'll be 20 Tribers strong, in close proximity to all the action! The accommodation comes equipped with good internet, plenty of space for work and play, and a setup that will make you feel comfortable and productive as you form part of this coliving community. Here, you can see the photos of the space we are going to stay at in Buenos Aires, Argentina 2018. 

And here's a map to get an idea of where we'll be!


Adventures + Things To Do In Argentina

Argentina’s capital bears the historical mark of colonial rule, and is well known for its well preserved Spanish-inspired architecture. Journey through the old pathways and enjoy the atmosphere created when the past and the present collide. When you’ve had your fill of city life, get out of town to hit the hiking trails and revel in the very best the natural, Argentinian landscape has to offer.

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The Nocturnal Town

Palermo is filled to the brim with cafes, restaurants, clubs and bars and comes together to form a vibrant nightlife scene. With so much to choose from, you’ll definitely find a place to work during day time or let off steam after a hard day’s meetings and calls. 

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Soul Food

Food is a huge part of the culture here in the Argentinian capital. Endless choice awaits. Why not try some steak that’s been grilled to perfection? Alternatively, tuck into a bowl of potato souffles, Argentina’s best kept secret!

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Worth the ride

Take a day out and challenge yourself to experience a tour of all the hotspots in Buenos Aires by bike. This tour will make sure you get to see some of the iconic landmarks in the city like La Recoleta cemetery and the Palace of Congress.

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Nature Neighbour

Get away from the hustle and bustle of a thriving metropolis and experience the Reserva Ecologica, an 865 acre stretch of land adjacent to the sprawling city. It’s a wonderful place for a walk, with excellent opportunities to see all the wildlife.


Endless Falls

Experience the majesty of the Iguazu Falls. This awesome waterfall is twice the size of Niagra Falls. Watch as 450,000 cubit feet of water tumbles down the 275 cascades every second, creating a landscape of unrivalled beauty.

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The Dance of Passion

The tango dance has its origins here in Argentina and is a part of daily life here in Buenos Aires. You’ll see it in the street as you walk by and at the evening tango shows after sundown.

The Story-Telling Street

La Boca Caminito is a street museum that tells the story of a town that would have been forgotten. Enjoy the work of Benito Quinquela Martin, the artist who decided to renovate this part of his hometown.

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Ready to Join Our Tribe in Argentina?

September 7 - October 5, 2018 

If you're interested in our Argentina chapter, please apply here first. If you're already a WiFi Tribe member, please just send us an email and we can book your place in Buenos Aires!

How does it work? WiFi Tribe has an annual membership model: Successful applicants choose how often they want to travel with the tribe within a year and decide what membership they would like. You can find out more aboutmembership prices here.


Argentina is a Tier 1 chapter. Monthly prices start from:

Private Room: $1400

Shared Room: $900


The rooms are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. All shared rooms are usually 2, max 3 people.