Colorful Streets. Vibrant Culture. Amazing cuisine.
Away from the beach resorts of Mexico's frequented coasts lies the largest city in North America - a vibrant, colorful metropolis filled with art, architecture, and culture. From it's mix of old and modern buildings to it's surrounding mountainous landscape and art-filled streets, La Ciudad de Mexico exudes character like no other place on earth. If you’re the kind of person who loves authentic experiences, incredible food, lively festivals, and you feel energized by a bustling city, then we have something amazing waiting for you.
Mexico City, also known as El Ditrito Federal is not only the political capital of the country - it's also the culutral capital of a 130-million person nation! It can be as vibrant and busy or as tranquil and relaxing as you like. Cruise through the colorful neighborhoods and find your ideal cafe, workspace, or nightspot. There's no shortage of options in the DF!.
El Distrito Capital offers everything you’d expect from a metropolis. It's a great place to find that perfect work-life balance. Whether you’re seeking a quiet work spot or want to let loose in the evening - it’s all here in the DF.
Mexico is famous for everybody's favorite hand-held food, and the country's capital does not disappoint. But there is so much more to try than delicious tacos. Real guacamole, specialty soups, fresh local fruits, and mole (a must-try dish) abound in the city.
Perhaps the most distinctive feature of Mexico City is the eye-catching colors featured in the residential homes and the ornate construction of public buildings. A stroll through many areas of the city will yield countless photo opportunities.
During the Mexico City 2019 Chapter we have the good fortune of being present for Dia del Muerto, or Day of the Dead, one of the most important holidays in Mexico, and especially popular in the capital. It's similar to Halloween but with an emphasis on honoring ancestors and creating skull-themed decorations rather than dressing provocatively.
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Team up with some co-tribers for a journey just outside the city to trek the dormant Iztaccihuatl volcano. Or take a buggy up steep 1,640-foot (500-meter) sand dunes before sand boarding down the banks. These and other outdoor adventures beckon outside the city limits.
Just outside the city lies the impressive ancient Mesoamerican city Teotihuacan, nestled in a sub-valley of the Valley of Mexico. Witness the impressive Pyramid of the Sun, trek through the ancient city and imagine what life was like in the time of the Aztecs, Olmecs, and Mayans.
Picture colorful streets, intricate architecture, and a lively vibe. That's El Distrito Federal, our home for the month. We'll have space for more than 20 adventurers in our beautiful apartments. They come equipped with good internet, a nice kitchen, and a living room for work.
If you’d like to find out more about what it’s like to live in Mexico City 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.
Oct 18-Nov 15,2019
Panama is a Tier 1 chapter. Prices start from:
Private Room: $1400
Shared Room: $900
Note: the rooms are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. All shared rooms are between 2 people.
City / Culture / Food / Day of the Dead / Nightlife / Pyramids / Mountains
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.