We’re a curious bunch, passionate about life, and deeply motivated to grow, learn, and accomplish our dreams. But we also believe that the world is just too beautiful to live it all in one place. We call the world ‘home’, because home is where we feel we belong. For us, home is a tribe of freedom-loving misfits who embark on a journey together. It's here, where we can truly be ourselves.
Every strong community is built on a solid foundation of shared values. Here are ours:
There is never a good enough reason to treat others without it
The Tribe is an ego-free zone. There's just no space for big egos here
We look out for each other, grow together, and cheer for each others' successes
We crave to learn, create, and discover the new. Curious people make life exciting
We don't cruise through life, we live it fully and cherish every day
We celebrate each others' differences because they make the world colourful
With 400+ members who have joined the tribe so far, we thought the best way to give you an idea of who we are, is to show you who you'd be most likely to meet on a chapter. We're honoured to present some of our dearest friends – well, adopted family, really – and tribe 'regulars', who have made this way of life their way of life.
Entrepreneurs + YouTubers
The sweethearts that we all look up to for healthy living, hustle and romance.
Every tribe needs an Andrea. He keeps our global family together like superglue
Business Dev + Marketer
All paths lead back to... Christa? Yes, somehow, everyone knows her and loves her
Downhill-biker by passion and a sharp business mind (with piercing blue eyes) by profession
If there is adventure to be had, Julia knows. And planned it. For everyone.
The one-woman-band-digital-nomad-startup-founder. Code, design + funding? No problem.
André arrived on this earth with the uncanny ability to dance salsa to every beat
If 'FOMO' had a face, it would be Leah's. We didn't even find a photo without other people in it
If you really want to know what the tribe is like, you'll want to hear it from the people who know it best. Here's a story of how Michelle experienced her first chapter with the tribe in Costa Rica: