May 29 - June 26 | Sep 11 - Oct 09| Oct 16 - Nov 13
And we are back at our most loved WiFi Tribe location, La Paz, Bolivia, the highest capital in the world at 12,000 ft / 3,600 m. It's where WiFi Tribe began 4 years ago, and we keep coming back!
Click here to see what the Tribe says about Bolivia!
Bolivia is one of the Tribe's most highly recommended chapters. We love it because it is still an under-explored country that hasn't been remodelled by tourism. Ancient cultures, unique landscapes, and off-road adventures are waiting for you. It's our most adventurous location with access to the Death Road, Salt Dessert, Jungle, Mountains and Lake Titicaca. While there are heaps of incredible things to do, the cultural experience is as authentic as it gets and the adventures are raw...
The Salar is the worlds largest salt flat, left behind by a prehistoric ocean. It's so large that after about an hour of driving, you will yourself surrounded by nothing but endless white against a dark blue sky. Many people travel to Bolivia just for this wonder of nature and to take those surreal pictures that mess with perception of size.
Starting at the high-altitude summit two hours from La Paz, a mountain bike expert guides us down into the jungle for 40 miles (64 km) on a narrow, winding road carved into the mountainside.
With it's whitewashed colonial buildings, Sucre is arguably Bolivia's most beautiful city. It's also one of the few countries with two recognised capitals, La Paz and Sucre.
From the jungle town of Rurrenabaque, where everything moves on motorbikes, you can take a three-day boat tour deep into the jungle. You'll see alligators, turtles, monkeys, tropical birds, giant guinea pigs, catch piranhas, swim with river dolphins, and search for anacondas.
Rent quad bikes or a 4-by-4 jeep and we'll drive through deep canyons, dramatic mountains, and terraced farmlands, until we reach the iconic mountain that we see from La Paz with its impressive peaks.
Let's cruise the world's highest navigable body of water – 12,500 feet above sea level. Explore Inca ruins, trek the Isla del Sol, set up your tent, build a campfire and sleep under a billion stars, with clear sight of the Milky Way galaxy.
Pass the moon valley, reach various mountain tops and do it all on a quad bike. We promise you this is an experience you won’t forget that fast
We'll be 12-16 Tribers strong, staying in close proximity to all the action! The accommodation comes equipped with good internet, plenty of space for work and play, and a setup that will make you feel comfortable and productive. Below, you can see the place where are staying in Bolivia. It will be three big houses right in the Andean mountains with big gardens and terraces.
There's a billiard and foosball table, and lots of open space in the garden to catch some sun. Last year, to disconnect from a productive day of work, we would hike the fascinating landscape, set up a volleyball game in the garden, or explore the city of La Paz.
We had home-made pizza in our dirt oven, lots of local home-cooked meals, and hosted big BBQ parties at the house. There's even a paintball pitch just around the corner, and ATV (quad-bike) rentals just 10 minutes away.
If you’d like to find out more about what it’s like to live in La Paz as a ‘digital nomad’, including internet speeds, cost of living, and coworking spaces, have a look at Nomad List’s guide. Internet speeds in our houses are faster than in most places in the city, but the Bolivian internet providers are known to have stability issues 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.
We asked a few of our long-term Tribers to tell us about La Paz and Bolivia. For Heidi and Tanner it's even their second time back in Bolivia a year later. Watch the video to hear what brought them back...
May 29 - June 26 | Sep 11 - Oct 09| Oct 16 - Nov 13, 2020
UPDATE: If you're curious to know more, we've just published a blog post about Bolivia from the eyes of the Tribe!
If you're interested in our Bolivia chapter, please apply here first. If you're already a WiFi Tribe member, please just send us an email and we can reserve your room in Bolivia!
Bolivia is a Tier 1 chapter. 4-week 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 | Adventure | Nature | Culture | Jungle | Productivity Boost
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