Experience remote work in our friendly coliving and coworking community in Windhoek, the capital and largest city of Namibia, whilst exploring the wildlife and culture around Namibia.
23.12.2021 – 04.01.2022
November & December 2021
An unforgettable safari adventure to the Okavango Delta on Christmas & New Year‘s Eve is the perfect way to finish your WildWifi coliving experience!
Live and work with like-minded people for one, or two, months in a community of remote workers, digital nomads, freelancers and entrepreneurs!
About the Safari
ABout the coliving
In Namibia, Central Africa Time applies, which corresponds to Central European Time. Convenient for client calls across multiple time zones.
Enjoy a stable and fast Wifi connection (60 Mbps fibre) in every room.
How does it work?
01.11.2021 – 30.11.2021
Join 4 weeks coliving
experience in November!
Join 3 weeks coliving
experience in December!
Christian, 36, Germany
Juliane, 30, Germany
Kristina, 30, Austria
joined A Safari Tour
joined our Coliving
joined A safari tour
The first time I saw an elephant, I had to take a deep breath! I was so overwhelmed! I especially enjoyed the wildlife!
I mostly liked the nights when we set up our camp, had a BBQ and endless talks around the campfire.
I am super excited about the organization of this adventure. Traveling to a new continent in a foreign country was made very easy for me.
I would highly recommend Namibia as a travel destination! You can easily and safely travel through this country!
The coliving was well organised from the very beginning!
We were a great community from different professions who helped each other and shared their skills.
This is how I imagine a community!
About our Coliving
About our Safaris
Founder of WILDWIFI - Coliving & Coworking Namibia
I am a photographer and
I've been traveling to Namibia over 10 years! I return every year to enjoy the unique combination of accessible wilderness, adventures, culture and cosmopolitan living in the capital Windhoek.
More about WildWifi
Everything you need to know before coming to namibia