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Buenos aires

Fiery History. Majestic Landscapes. Tantalizing cuisine.

4 Weeks of Tango Dancing

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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Bustling Palermo

This hip neighborhood 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!





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.

Nature At Your Fingertips

Get away from the hustle and bustle of this 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 stroll, with excellent opportunities to see all the wildlife.



Endless Falls

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




Dance of Passion

Buenos Aires is the birthplace of Tango dancing, as such you’ll see it happening left and right as you walk down the streets. Tango is just a huge part of life in Buenos Aires. If you prefer to gawk at a professional tango show, there’s many available throughout the city after sundown.

A Walk Down Memory Lane

Calle Caminito is a popular street museum that not only displays the work of a variety of local artists but showcases rows of colorful traditional homes, commonly known as “conventillos”. Join for an afternoon walk and relish the work of Benito Quinquela Martin, the artist responsible for such picturesque part of town.

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A Taste of Argentinian Living

Wine is the countries official beverage. Prices are affordable, quality is fantastic and varieties are endless. Moreover, if you take a trip to Mendoza, the wine capital of the entire country, you can taste wine directly from the source and maybe learn a thing or two about the art of wine making




To The End of The World And Beyond

It’s not every day that one has the chance to make it to the end of the world. Ushuaia is as far south as us land dwellers can reach. That’s it. Nothing else.  This far away land is famous breathtaking rouged landscape.

Tierra de Fuego National Park, located some 12 km away from town, boasts a variety of hiking trails. But have you ever hiked up a glacier? Not far from Ushuaia is Martial Glaciar, a favorite of whom enjoy tops vistas of town and de Beagle Canal.

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Whale watching in Patagonia

Each year a large number of southern right whales, orcas and dolphins pass the Argentinian coasts. And this is a spectacle to behold. Take a trip to Puerto Madryn and sail off to experience a parade of marine life unfold before your eyes.


Visit The Neighbors

Buenos Aires and Montevideo, Uruguay’s capital, are actually very close to each other. Only separated by the widest river in the world: Rio de la Plata. And what a better way to cross a river than by ferry. Various ferry companies run frequent services between the two cities. Do you dare to cross to the other side of the river?

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Our Home in Buenos Aires

If you’d like to find out more about what it’s like to live in Buenos Aires as a ‘digital nomad’, including internet speeds, cost of living, and co-working spaces, take a look at Nomad List’s guide. Internet stability issues can arise every now and then. We always have MiFi devices with mobile data as backups in all homes to make sure that we can keep working productively if there are any stability issues. 


Ready to Join our Tribe in Buenos Aires?

 Oct 18-Nov 15,2019

If you're interested in our Buenos Aires 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!

Buenos Aires is a Tier 2 chapter. Prices start from:

Private Room: $1600
Shared Room: $1000

Note: the rooms are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. All shared rooms are between 2 people.


What to Expect?

City Vibes/ Culture / Steaks / Wine / Tango / Late Night Living / Nature 

  • Accommodation:  5 apartments within 2 buildings right in the center of Palermo Soho 
  • Work space: workspace in apartments
  • The Tribe: 18+ members led by Katherin
  • Internet: Typical city internet speeds of 8 mbps | Apartment speeds similar
  • Pace: Vibrant city. Food and wine to die for. Amazing weekend trips to glacier lands.

I'm New to this... How does it Work?

WiFi Tribe has an annual chapter plan model: Successful applicants choose how often they want to travel with the tribe within a year and decide what chapter plan they would like. You can find out more about chapter plan prices here.