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Visiting South America? Here’s A Roundup of Some Highly Recommended Co-Living Spaces

Published on September 20, 2019 by Qasim Naqvi

“Travel until you meet yourself”

Traveling is much more than just going from A to B. The experiences that come from visiting different places, meeting new people and learning about various cultures are things that take a person on a journey of self-discovery. It is a phenomenon that can’t be explained in words. A person has to indulge in it themselves to understand the feeling. This is especially true when traveling solo. 

South America is one of the continents that is full of destinations worth taking in. If you are planning to take a trip to this beautiful and wonderous piece of land, here are a few spaces where you can stay at a budget. Saving travel cost is always great because it helps you do what you really came for, i.e. broadening the horizons of your mind. 

Workation, Puerto Clocker, Chile

Supporting a primary objective of ‘Give and Receive’, the owner of Workation has focused his energies on creating a space where travelers can get atone with nature. The co-living space located on the beautiful coastal area of Puerto Clocker is the most amazing place for the purpose. With 5 bedrooms, Workation can accommodate 10 guests at a time. It aims to provide a conducive environment for like-minded individuals to interact and learn from one another. 

La Joya Hostel, Valparaiso, Chile

Chile is a country full of exceptional sights, so it is only fair that there be co-living spaces to match that. La Joya is not just a hostel for people to stay at affordable prices but it is much more besides. It offers a restaurant, bar and even co-working spaces for budding entrepreneurs or freelancers. Located at a prime location in Almendral, it has 56 bedrooms that guests can share. The price per day is $14 for more than 7 days and $10 for more than a month. 

Nomad Hub, Buenos Aires, Argentina

The name itself gives away what this retreat looks to achieve. However, it is a lot more than what people expect. Featuring beautiful interiors, it is soothing to the eyes as well as to the soul. It is the first co-living space in the area of Buenos Aires. The facility offers every facility that a mainstream hotel would, including a sauna, pool, internet, food and everything else that an avid traveler would be looking for. 

Conclusion

Co-living and co-working are newly established trends and cities around the world are still catching up. There are several spaces and retreats available in different countries with a lot more popping up every now and then. So, if you are planning a travel to South America be sure to book some of these astounding places. They are bound to take your experience to another level. 

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