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Top Coworking Spaces in Bolivia

150 BOB /d
MAKE Cowork, Santa Cruz

MAKE Cowork


We are part of a community of professionals whom share our workspace, value personal el professional relationships and be... More

Cowork Cafe - La Paz, La Paz

Cowork Cafe - La Paz


Located at a whopping 3660m altitude above sea level,  Cowork Café La Paz has to be one of the highest coworking spaces... More

2100 BOB /m
GoWork, Santa Cruz



GoWork is a way of life, it is the war cry of those who are passionate about their work, connected talents that together ... More

Cowork Cafe - Cochabamba, Cochabamba

Cowork Cafe - Cochabamba


Located in the busy, buzzy boom town of Cochabamba, A city famous for its Itschicha fermented corn drink, that is a favou... More

Recent reviews in Bolivia

I have used the different spaces offered by Make and all have everything necessary to perform the day-to-... Show More
Mystery Coworker
If you're looking for a place to work with no distractions this is the place you need. It´s very cozy an... Show More
sandra rengel
El lugar está muy bien ubicado, muy cerca de donde pasa el transporte público. Los diferentes espacios ... Show More
Alejandra Botero
360 Worklplace es el mejor espacio de cowork que he encontrado en la ciudad de Cochabamba. Este corwork c... Show More
Carlos Gutiérrez

You will have to brush up on your Spanish so you can chat to the locals in Bolivia as very little English is spoken. The Republic of Bolivia is a landlocked country in the heart of South America bordered by Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina, Chile and Peru. Its landscape ranges from the Andes Mountain range, the Atacama Desert and the Amazon Basin rainforest with the continent's largest lake, Lake Titicaca straddling its border with Peru.

Bolivia is one of the least developed and poorest countries in Latin America; hence it has an undeveloped Internet infrastructure that will leave you pulling out your hair in frustration. The South American average of home connections is 42%, whereas Bolivia has only 5.4% online. The cost of this inadequate Internet for a home is the most expensive in South America and the government lays the blame for this on the fact that they have to rent access to the international fiber optics grid from Chile at an inflated price. Also there are no regulations governing minimum connection speeds. Quite often you will find families creating a wireless hotspot via one mobile phone, but this gets chewed up quickly. As of 2016 rates have dropped somewhat, but ADSL requires an installed home phone line, which many Bolivian apartments do not have, so that did little to help the situation.

Public spaces such as Internet cafes however leave a lot to be desired; chances are rowdy teenagers playing games online will surround you. So if you are near a coworking space in Bolivia, take advantage of it and hang around for a while.

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