Coastal Metropolis. Award-Wining Cuisine. Mystical Inca Ruins.
Inca Capital of South America
Peru is a destination that will take your breath away with its colonial architecture, mountainous landscapes, mesmerizing cuisine and the historical monuments left behind by the Inca Empire . Join us in Lima – and find out why this is one of our most popular South American destinations!
Machu Picchu, the lost city of the Incas and one of the seven wonders of the world, is the most visited archaeological site in Peru. This ancient Inca citadel remained hidden between the mountains and the thick vegetation for centuries.
The most spectacular way to reach this world wonder is by trekking the Inca trail, which entails a 40 km hike through the Sacred Valley. Passing by enchanting roads, stone staircases, thick forests and fog wrapped mountains, it's a trek to take your breath away.
An Oasis in the Desert
Located only 4 hours away from Lima, this oasis of emerald green waters and surrounded by palm trees is one of the few natural oases left in all of America.
It's one of the most popular weekend destinations for locals and tourist alike. It's the ideal place to spend the day riding a buggy through the desert, sandboarding from its high dunes or simply walking to the top of a dune to contemplate the beautiful sunset over the oasis.
Swim with Sea Lions
You don't have to go far to admire these graceful creatures. Sail off the coast of Lima to visit Palomino Islands, the home of hundreds of wild sea lions. You can choose to stay in the boat and watch as they dip into the water, or jump in the water with them! The islands are their home year-round, so there's no way you are coming to Lima and not paying them a visit!
Eat your way through the country
The Peruvian capital has ranked at the top of every foodie list for a while, is not in vain that Lima is home of the 1st and 2nd best restaurants in the region according to Latin America's 50 Best Restaurants list.
Plus, Peruvians are crazy about all things food. Like potatoes -they grow over 4000 varieties of potatoes and over 55 of corn. Isn't that insane? Dare to try them all? A month here won't be enough, but rest assured, your tummy won't regret it if you give it a go!
Spend an afternoon wandering the colonial streets and awing at the architecture left by the Spanish rule. Browse the local markets to pick up handmade crafts, and just soak in the vibes of an authentic (and hectic!) Latin American cultural capital.
One of the great archaeological mysteries of history is found a few hours away from Lima, in Nazca. Here you can find multiple hieroglyphs depicting human, animal or geometric figures. Archaeologist haven't reached a common ground in terms of their origin. Multiple theories lurk around these mysterious lines. The only way to see the figures is to take a small plane and overfly them.
Our Home in Lima
Our sourcing team is working ferociously to get the best accommodation in the best part of town. Details coming soon
If you’d like to find out more about what it’s like to live in Lima as a ‘digital nomad’, including internet speeds, cost of living, and coworking spaces, have a look at Nomad List’s guide. Internet speeds and stability is generally lower and less reliable for this region. But 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 Lima?
Jan 8 - Feb 19 2021
Private Room: $2250
Shared Room: $1350
Note: the rooms are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. All shared rooms are between 2 people.
What to Expect?
Surfing / City Vibes / Food / Adventure / Indigenous Culture / Ruins / Ocean Views
- Accommodation: Details coming soon
- Work Space: Each apartment comes equipped with a spacious work table
- The Tribe: 15+ members hosted by Katherin
- Internet: Typical city internet speeds of 20mpbs | Apartment speeds 30mbps+
- Pace: City vibes, adventurous weekend trips, foodie paradise, historical sites.
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.