Ancient Ruins. Jaw-Dropping Landscapes. Culinary Heaven.
We can’t count the times we’ve been to Lima anymore, but after every trip we did, our members said, “I wish we’d spent more time in Cusco”. We listened and here we go, one month in Cusco is waiting for you. One month in the mountains, a train ride away from Machu Picchu, ancient ruins, the jungle and a beautiful city to explore, colive and cowork in. Our excitement is through the roof!
From lush jungle to coastal desert, and the towering peaks of the Andes that lie in-between, Peru's breathtaking landscapes are as diverse as the people that come from around the world to see them. No wonder this was one of the centre points of the ancient Inca kingdom. Check out the fantastic video our members, Alex Nerney and Dale McManus, created of our trip to Peru in 2017:
Machu Picchu, the ancient ruins high up in the Andes mountains, are regularly obscured by cloud cover, further shrouding the Incan architecture in an air of mystery and excitement. A journey here is 100% not overrated and one of the most memorable experiences in your life you probably never going to forget! And making the trek with your Tribe makes it even more memorable.
Discover an impressive collection of Inca and pre-Inca ruins, adventure sports and local markets.
This colorful city offers an array of ancient cultures juxtaposed against modern life – Spanish colonial homes built on top of Inca stone walls, local Quechua culture alongside modern attractions and nightlife. If you ever wanted to try and live 11000 meters above the sea level - this is your place!
Peru has been awarded the World’s Leading Culinary Destination for the past 4 years. Ceviche, for example, is a mouth-watering recipe of raw fish marinated in citrus juice and spiced with chilli peppers. But if you're not a seafoodie, don't worry, there's much more than just seafood on the menu. Of course, you may also know Peru for its Pisco Sours, a cocktail best served cold... and in Peru!
These multicoloured, striped formations might look more like a pack of Fruit Stripe than a mountain, but we assure you, they’re very much a real destination. Their actual name is Vinicunca and we’re adding them to our travel bucket list ASAP.
The tiny oasis is beautiful beyond belief and will make you feel like you were in the middle of Sahara and not in South America! It is also a hot spot for those who want to try out sandboarding or dune buggy riding. It’s always one of our most favourite weekend trips.
Peru has access to the upper regions of the Amazon Rainforest. In case you need a break from the high altitude, then that’s your place to be.
Whether it’s seeing pink dolphins or the mysterious tapirs, exploring the Amazon river is always worth the time. The best part it’s only a 20 min flight to Puerto Maldonado, gateway to the southern Amazon Rainforest.
Picture a beautiful old town with a backdrop of stunning Andean mountains and incredible architecture. That's Cusco, our home for the month. We'll have space for 18 adventurers, staying all in one building. It’s a newly build guesthouse that we are fully have to ourselves. It comes equipped with good internet, a kitchen, and a living room for work.
If you’d like to find out more about what it’s like to live in Cusco as a ‘digital nomad’, including internet speeds, cost of living, and coworking spaces, take a look at Nomad List’s guide.
July 5 - Aug 2, 2019
Cusco is a Tier 1 chapter. Monthly prices start from:
Private Room: $1500
Shared Room: $900
Note: the rooms are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. All shared rooms are between 2-3 people.
Mountains / Culture / Nature / Adventure / City Life / Jungle / Ancient History
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 about membership prices here.