Aug 5 - Sep 2, 2022

Ecuador is pure adventure. We've traveled to the enchanting Galapagos Islands, hiked mountains and volcanoes, explored colonial cities, partied on the beach, ventured through the jungle to visit an indigenous Tribe, and even worked remotely from an organic farm. Our times in Ecuador have been unforgettable. That's why we are coming back for the sixth time and making it our home for 1 month.

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Experience Ecuador with the Tribe

Take on Quito with the Tribe and make it your new home base for one month. Open your mind to the cocreated community experiences, adventures, and classic WiFi Tribe moments that'll make our time here one of a kind.

The Gateway to the Northern Amazon

One of the Tribe's favorite weekend trips is Baños. It's a 3.5 hour drive from Quito and sits in between lush mountains making it possible to swing off the end of the world and zip line over gorges.

Vamos a la playa!

Ready for a little beach getaway? Then head to Montañita. The town is packed with shops and eclectic food stands and at night the Reggae music blasts while gringos and vacationing Ecuadorians pack the streets.

Explore the Galápagos Islands after the Chapter

The Galapagos Islands are one of the most magical places we ever visited with the Tribe. A weekend isn't enough time to explore the islands and meet the wildlife so organizing a side trip after the Chapter is the perfect way to spend a little more time together.

Trekking through peaceful, pristine nature

The Quilotoa Loop is a beautiful hiking area in the Central Highlands. On past Chapters, we loved the views of the Cotapaxi volcano and weaving through small Andean villages with unique markets.

Wander through Guayaquil

The best way to get to Guayaquil is to take a quick flight from Quito. Once there, stroll through colorful neighborhoods, riverfront promenades, and the Churute forest and cocoa farms.

Meet the Chapter Host


Hailing from Colorado, Joe has a passion for helping others. He worked for a social change accelerator helping nonprofits and social enterprises positively impact communities in the US and assisted companies in Sri Lanka to modernize their operations. 

If that sounds like he'd have lots of stories to fill a memoir, you're right. Joe is busy getting it all on paper, in between milkshake breaks and joining the Tribe on epic Chapter adventures.

Our Home in Quito



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We're staying in Cumbayá, a hip neighborhood about a 20 min drive from central Quito. It's filled with cafes, restaurants, and coworking spaces and there's El Chaquiñán next door, an 18km green path for running and biking.

The hotel has a large backyard, an outdoor kitchen, a BBQ, and a fully furnished terrace. There's a living room and 2 large dining tables for coworking and a small gym/yoga space for workouts.

Each bedroom has an ensuite bathroom, outdoor facing windows, a desk, fan, and TV.

Good to Know

Days will be warm and nights could get chillier so be sure to pack layers. Our weekend trips will also bring us to different climates, from jungles, highlands, and beaches.

Altitude sickness is common in the first few days of arrival in Quito. Take it slow and stay hydrated, the body will adjust in about 3-5 days. Cumbayá is also a hilly neighborhood so it'll take some time to not feel out of breath when walking around.

Cabs are inexpensive in Quito, 20-30 minute rides typically cost around $4.

Join Us in Quito

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Aug 5 - Sep 2, 2022

Open to current WiFi Tribe members only.

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Booking requests are confirmed in the order they're received. We also set aside a few spots to ensure a better Chapter experience by balancing the mix of genders, nationalities, ethnicities, and member experience levels. All shared rooms are between 2 people of the same self-identified gender.

Not a Travel Program, a Community

We live, explore, and build our community together.

Embracing openness and curiosity, as a Tribe, we explore new place and ideas.

Do Life Together

We build relationships to last...the rest of our lives. Retirement-Tribe anyone?

Cocreate the Adventure

Discover how different travel feels when the experience is cocreated and shared as a Tribe.

Reignite Your Work

Realize your goals and dreams knowing you have the world's best cheerleaders in your corner.

Ecuador Chapter FAQs

Find all general booking FAQs here and Chapter-specific information below.

Payment & cancellation deadlines

Chapter Payments (please be aware we have reverted back to our pre-COVID policies for all 2022 Chapters):

  • Booking requests will receive a link to finalize your booking to pay the full Chapter price payment
  • The final full payment is due 8 weeks prior to the Chapter starting. (Note: this means you’ll have from the time of booking until 8 weeks out to submit the full Chapter payment)
  • If your full payment is not received 8 weeks before the Chapter start date, your deposit will be forfeited and spot will be given to the next person on the waitlist
  • Bookings made less than 8 weeks before the Chapter start date will pay the full Chapter price at booking

Cancellations (please be aware we have reverted back to a version of our pre-COVID policies for all 2022):

Once the full Chapter payment is paid, the following cancellation policy applies:

  • Cancelled 6+ weeks before Chapter start date: 100% refund of full Chapter payment and the deposit is released to be used for a future Chapter
  • Cancelled 4-6 weeks before Chapter start date: 50% refund of full Chapter payment and the deposit is released to be used for a future Chapter
  • Cancelled ≤ 4 weeks before Chapter start date: No refund and the deposit is forfeited

Closest airport and transportation information

Closest airport:  The Mariscal Sucre International Airport in Quito (UIO)

In the Chapter's Slack channel before arrival, members often coordinate transportation to our homes together. You'll receive our address 4 weeks from the Chapter's start date.

COVID related FAQs and Policies

See our COVID guidelines and procedures here.

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