The amount of people Coworking and Coliving has grown substantially since it first became popular in 2013. The ability to work where you want, when you want and how you want is something that many people desire.
South America is an ideal destination for coliving and coworking with its sandy beaches, lovely climate and scenery. This is the perfect place to relax and enjoy life while still working to earn an income.
20Mission-Medellin is a coliving space in Colombia. It’s a great place to be whether you want to stay and explore Colombia over the next couple months or if just want somewhere to stay for the week.
People from all walks of life can be found here and it’s a great place to mingle and be inspired by adventurous, like-minded people! Conveniently located in town, 20Mission-Medellin is just a short walk away from everything, including the airport, the local bus station and a gym. Yoga is available on Mondays and Wednesdays in the common room!
Onsite you will be provided with the use of a printer, a Skype Room, and 30mb fast fiber optic wifi. There are self-catering facilities where you can prepare food for yourself.
9. Outsite – San Juan, Puerto Rico
Guests staying at this tropical mansion will enjoy the beautiful rooms, breathtaking views, a close by beach and much more! Similar to its other Outsite locations, Outsite San Juan Puerto Rico is ideal for working and achieving deadlines while living flexibly in a beautiful place and feeling right at home.
Waterfalls, lush forests, National Parks and lots of surf spots can be found in the nearby area surrounding Outsite San Juan Puerto Rico. Explore the streets if the colorful town of San Juan and soak up its rich history – the perfect touristy outing! A neighbourhood guide is also available to give a professional tour of the town.
The mansion is equipped with 30mbps Internet speed, a printer, smart TV and lots of workspace! Shared bedrooms or single bedrooms are available to stay in and residents can make use of the terrace, BBQ and laundry facilities.
8. Unsettled – Buenos Aires
‘Live unsettled one month at a time.’ Unsettled is a coliving and coworking program that takes a group of 25-30 people – to live somewhere unsettled for 30 days. They aim to assist people push aside fears and boundaries and encourage them to do something they’ve never done before. They believe that a little bit of unsettled living goes a long way in inspiring the person in their work and life and have sites all over the world, including this one in Buenos Aires.
Local experts who know the city will show you around Buenos Aires. Yoga, tango, crossfit, biking are some of the outdoor adventures you can do. Or if you are more into relaxing and history – then you can explore the rich architecture of Buenos Aires and the San Temo Sunday market.
When you stay at a Unsettled hub you will have access to private accommodation in either a studio apartment or a private room in a shared house. Shared workspaces are available at Buenos Aires largest coworking space, AreaTrees, which is equipped with high speed Internet.
7. Selina – Baños
Located in the mystical town of Baños, this Selina coworking/coliving site is known as the ‘Gateway to the Amazon’. It lies between the Andes Mountains and near by the Tungurahua active volcano. Selinas coliving spaces were originally founded in Panama and has quickly spread, with over 13 franchises in South America.
Rock climbing, hiking, rafting, exploring waterfalls or relaxing in hot springs are just some of the fun activities you can do! The lush scenery and interesting individuals you will meet will inspire you in your work and the way you live. Selina’s locations are an oasis for explorers, nomads or solo female travelers looking to redefine what it means to work, travel and explore.
Coliving options vary from dorm bunks with shared bathrooms to double beds in your own private room – it all depends on your budget. Free wifi and the usual bells and whistles are available for use when you want to work.
6. No Desk Project – Buenos Aires
No Desk Project is one of the best coworking/coliving spaces in South America but with a twist. Their aim is to immerse you in the Tango culture of Buenos Aires, the home of Tango.
Learn to Tango through the dance classes they give and participate in the cooking classes and extensive weekend activities that are provide for those participating in the program. All across the city you will find Tango shows and parties where you can try out your moves and learn tips from the locals.
An airport shuttle is available to ferry you between the airport and the provided apartments in the ‘El Palermo’ district. A district known to and full of locals, designers, backpackers, hipsters and all sorts of artists, creating a diverse and relaxing environment.
The staff at the No Desk Project will provide you with a local sim card with data and calling time. Access to coworking space is available at whatever time of the day you want to work at and you can make use of the 24/7 hour high speed internet and other amenities provided which usually come with coworking like printers and scanners.