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Coliving is a modern form of shared housing for like-minded people to live, work and play together. Fully furnished, specially-designed living spaces create an inspiring environment for people to interact and share experiences.
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About Chile

Between the Andes and the Pacific, there are so many different landscapes to explore in Chile that remote workers will feel as though they have visited several different cities; and using short-term and long-term stays at coliving and coworking spaces to travel up and down this long country, is the best way to see it all.

Chile is one of the safest and most modern countries in Latin America and draws a sizeable and trendy crowd of digital nomads every year. Its capital Santiago also has the fastest broadband speeds on the continent.

Here are some fun facts about Chile:

- Just under 19 million people live in Chile
- The world’s biggest swimming pool is in Algarrobo, Chile
- The locals call their country “pais del poetas” (Country of Poets) and Chile has two Nobel-prize winning writers: Pablo Neruda and Gabriela Mistral
- Chile is one of the longest countries in the world and most of that length is made up of unspoiled beaches
- Chile has been growing wine since 1554 and is one of the biggest exporters of wine
- Its Atacama Desert is the driest place on Earth
- Visitors can find penguins on its northern coast
- Valparaiso is one of Chile’s richest cities and it’s also one of five UNESCO World Heritage sites in the country
- In Chile, visitors have a chance to see wild pumas, hummingbirds and also head out to sea to spot blue whales
- Nature-loving remote workers can also go hiking in the mountains, by unspoiled rivers and lakes, relax in natural hot springs, or climb volcanoes
- Chileans eat almost as much bread as Germans and have many delicious local varieties visitors must try

Most of Chile’s bigger towns have coworking and coliving spaces as well as good Wi-Fi and there is a growing population of remote workers choosing Chile as their base from which to explore Latin America