Welcome to the digital nomad guide to Bolivia. New month, new country (I think that’s how the saying goes?). After whirlwind of a time in Peru, our next stop is none other than:
This country is such an amazing piece of land with a culture and history that totally backs it. First, it’s one of the only countries with the greatest biodiversity in the world (which means, their total geography is made up of not just the Andes and the Altiplano, but also the Amazon, the Llanos de Moxos and the Chaco) – talk about being able to capture every setting in one country!
Additionally, Bolivia prides itself on how multiethnic and pluricultural it is – rich in customs and traditions from indigenous peoples and spanish conquerors.
This month, the tribe will be residing a bit outside of La Paz, a popular city for business and legislative endeavors. While most of our digital nomads are working during the week, it’s so important to let loose, take advantage and have some fun on the weekends! Here is what we’ve been up to so far:
First was an epic trip to Uyuni to visit the famous Bolivian Salt Flats… and we couldn’t leave without a pretty cool photo shoot of course!
And during our down time, why not rent some bikes and quads and indulge in a little adventure in the valley and mountains of La Paz?
In a sweet turn of events, many of the tribers from Peru have continued on (adrenaline still rushing through their veins) with us to Bolivia. Check out our tribe right now!:
Julia (from Spain), is a Software Developer with Harvest, an online time tracking app perfect for the remote worker.
Beatriz (from Spain), is a software quality analyst for an American start-up, while also helping the tribe out with our Spanish skills.
James (from Alabama), is a Software Developer working with Automattic.
Denis (from Moscow), is a Software Engineer at Locomote, currently working on a travel platform for corporate business use.
Heidi (from Canada), is a freelance personality psychology writer, currently launching her first independent psychology blog!
Diego (from Bolivia), is the Co-Founder of WiFi Tribe, and the person that makes sure we are set up right in each country (his Spanish skills also help us navigate better).
Ashley (from Hong Kong), currently works in client servicing for a design agency.
Andrea (from Italy), is a software developer focused on mobile apps, while also running his business Pixelinlove.
JJ (from Bolivia), is WiFi Tribe’s acting Ambassador this month, as well as a DevOps professional at Abila, Inc.
Filipa (from Portugal), is currently working with WiFi Tribe, handling email marketing and admin duties to keep everyone on track!
Tanner (from New York) is a professional poker player. Mostly playing No Limit Texas Hold ‘Em online, he also travels to play high stakes poker tournaments around the world.
Julia (from Germany), is the Co-Founder of WiFi Tribe and the brains behind this operation, as well as a freelance consultant.
André (from California) is a Software Engineer for iFit. When not at his keyboard you’ll find him working out, shooting photos, and salsa dancing!
We’ve got a few more tribers meeting us in the next few weeks, so be sure to check back for more updates on what we’ve been doing in the wonderful country of Bolivia! If interested in becoming part of the tribe at some point (we know it’s something you’ve been thinking about for awhile now), keep track of where we are and apply when you’re ready, we’ll be waiting for yoU!