"The Tribe have honestly been the most lovely people I have ever met. I would not believe it if I had not been there."
I heard about WiFi Tribe through a friend who did the Panama Chapter and loved it. People were so generous, so lovely, so real, so warm and honest. Everyone was welcomed at their own "preference" - so you could join or stay away from activities without being judged. This has really felt like the big family I never had. You can always find a place to work without distractions and getting to know so many people with so many different experiences has had a large impact on how I look at things now. .
- Kathrin Toellner
"It feels like the secret sauce of WiFi Tribe that everyone talks about is the quality of people is a lot higher"
When a lot of our friends went back to in office work, my partner Amy and I kept working from the road and wanted to meet other people who did the same. It's nice getting to meet people who have experienced so many different contexts of life. People also take their work seriously - I have not met a slacker in the Tribe. Twenty of us rented a giant catamaran that took us around the island of Milos which was amazing and Valentina is an amazing host. We're off to Cusco and Costa Rica next!
- Kyle Cords
"WiFi Tribe cares about creating a thoughtful community that's intentionally designed"
I had already been traveling as a digital nomad, but I was wanting to find a community to travel with. That's what led me to seek out WiFi Tribe! The people I've met on the Chapter have been amazing! They're warm, funny, caring, supportive, and adventurous. I love how everyone in this community looks out for one another, and how Tribers come from diverse backgrounds and bring so many amazing things to the table. The work vibe of WiFi Tribe is studious and innovative!
- Amy Suto
- You have your remote job. Freedom!
- You fantasize about how to use it.
- And then it dawns on you how daunting it would be to fly across the world and just… start living…
The closer you get to doing it, the more questions pop up...
How much will it cost?
Will I be safe?
How will I make friends?
We’ve all had the same questions. WiFi Tribe was built to address those questions.
You’re probably here because you’re obsessed with travel, but you’re also looking for something… more.
So, I wonder… as a fellow traveler, have you already experienced that moment when the crazy excitement of this lifestyle wears off just a little? When you realize that having the right people around you matters more than where you actually go?
Maybe you felt a bit lonely even when you were surrounded by lots of people. Or just… strangely disconnected.
I know it’s not about being able to make friends; I’m guessing you’re the kind of person who arrives in a new place and makes friends quickly.
I get it. It’s about finding people you connect with on a deeper level. Your people. Your crew.
Maybe you’ve imagined having a group of spontaneous friends who just say “YES!” when you ask: “Should we go work from Italy for a month?”
Or maybe you’re just looking for a more stable group of people to share this lifestyle with, who just get you.
And you’re left wondering…
Where are my kind of people?
How can I find them?
Wait… who am I even looking for?
It’s a community.
And it’s also an idea…
We dream of a world without national boundaries.
We believe that travel connects people, and that a more connected world is a better world.
And we know that the only thing that matters is how a person treats others, not where they’re from.
We are global citizens because the world is our home.
We live all over the world, we travel together as we work remotely, and we all contribute in big or small ways to building this community.
We connect through an online platform, share travel advice, support each other in our careers and side-hustles, and meet up with fellow Tribe members wherever we are in the world.
A few times a year, we live and work from inspiring destinations with 20 other Tribers for a month. We call these coliving trips “Chapters”.
And when we’re not on a Chapter, we’re linking up somewhere in the world to share crazy good vibes (and conversations!) and scheme our next adventure… Shall we ski the Swiss Alps together? Hike Machu Picchu? Learn to surf in Costa Rica? Or sail a fleet of yachts around Caribbean islands?
No matter where we go, together, we make this life a beautiful adventure.
But I can tell you exactly who you'll find in the Tribe – who we are – and if that describes who you are too, and who you want to surround yourself with, then, I can promise you that you will find your people here.
So, who are we? Well, we’re a bunch of entrepreneurs, freelancers, creatives, and remote professionals from all nationalities. But that only scratches the surface.
Yup, we're real. And we exist all over the world. In most of the cities you dream to travel to or imagine living in, there's probably a Triber there already... Or five of us, meeting up for dinner tomorrow, always happy to make space for one more friend at the table.
Welcome! Pull up a seat…
Does it feel like you're already one of us? And that you just haven’t met us yet?
If you feel it, I’m sure we’ll feel it too.
So without further ado...
I'd love to invite you to apply to the Tribe.
A few times a year, Tribers take on a new country together. We live and work remotely for a month from Patagonia, Cape Town, Kyoto, or 30 other exciting destinations. We work hard during the week, hang out in the evenings, and our weekends are for epic adventures.
Imagine local meetups in every major city of the world. So that, wherever you go, the Tribe is already there; excited to meet you and welcome you home. That’s what we’re all working towards. We’ve already got 20 local hubs and we’re just getting started...
Connect with adventurous entrepreneurs, freelancers, creatives, and remote professionals from 53 nations. Whether you’re looking for friends to travel with or you love the idea of collaborating with like-minded people, you’re now plugged into the world.
Safety and support are paramount in your nomadic lifestyle. The Toolkit - SOS provides you with insurance, apartment options, and assistance with flights and hotels, ensuring you're equipped for any situation.
Your journey goes beyond exploration—it's about personal and professional growth. The Journey offers you a roadmap to elevate your skills, connect with local cultures, and expand your horizons. Whether you're an aspiring digital nomad or a seasoned traveler, this perk is designed for your continued growth.
We have to say yes to this one. We live, work, and travel as a unit. We all have big dreams and careers we're moving forward on, so work is a big part of our week. We don't want people to be distracted by someone who's in full-on holiday mode and we don't want it to feel isolating for the person who currently isn't working.
There are people working across time zones in any given Chapter. We enjoy the moments of overlap when the scent of coffee is STRONG in the air, and we’re mindful of people who have to start early or finish late. And when the weekend hits… the adventure begins for everyone.
This is where the magic happens. It’s where groups plan travel before and after Chapters, or recruit nomads for mini-adventures. It’s where we share tips on great deals on an Airbnb in Oaxaca, or organize a dinner-and-drinks with anyone who happens to be passing through NYC. In short, it’s the central nervous system of Tribe life. Whether you're on the move, or members are visiting you in your home town, you’re always a Triber even when you’re not actively traveling.
It’s not included, and people don’t miss it. Our accommodation always has enough space for everyone to be able to cowork together from home. Many of us also love working from cafés for a few hours to switch it up, so there's always a crew you can join at a coffee shop with good speeds. We also have internet backup devices just in case the internet or power goes out. Most areas we live in have coworking spaces nearby if you need to get away from it all for a day or two.
This is super variable e.g. a month in Lisbon vs. a month in Medellin. We open the Slack channels for a Chapter a couple weeks before it begins, and people often share tips or prices of weekend trips in advance. If you haven’t used Numbeo before, it's great to compare your destination with where you live now and break expenses down by food, gym, travel etc.