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Coliving in Venezuela

Meaning “little Venice,” Venezuela is a South American paradise. With the endless beauty and the low cost of living it's no surprise that remote workers love stopping by on their coliving adventure.

Venezuela is also home to the world's highest waterfall - water cascades down 2647 feet. With over 15 million hectares of rainforest, beaches, and islands, there are countless options for the adventurous traveler.

Most of the country falls into the “very hot” tropical zone, with annual average temperatures, always above 79°. The rain varies drastically depending on the region and time of year but the sunniest months are in the summer, with around 250 hours of sunshine.
Although gas only costs 2 cents per gallon, be wary about hiring a car - Venezuela is ranked as one of the deadliest places to drive. To make matters worse, there is a black substance that oozes from the road in Caracas, causing accidents - scientists still don’t know what causes it. The main options of getting around are by bus or plane. For longer distances, it’s cheap and easy to catch a flight with domestic one-way flights generally between 15 and 60 depending on when you book. Busses are great for shorter distances and because prices are so low, it’s with spending the extra dollar or two on a luxury bus.

Venezuelan cuisine is a great reason to seek out coliving opportunities here - there is so much amazing affordable food to enjoy. Arepas are the country’s answer to the Mexican taco - served in a corn flour pita and stuffed with perfectly spiced meat and vegetables. Drawing on Italian influences they even make their special version of lasagna featuring some interesting spices. Finally, no South American dessert is truly complete without ‘dulce de leche’, a rich milky caramel delight.

Here are some fun facts about Venezuela:

- Lake Maracaibo is where you can almost always see lightning - with thousands of bolts flying down per hour it makes for a unique and spectacular show
- Venezuela has been independent for over 200 years
- There is a weird Christmas tradition in Caracas - locals travel to church on roller skates!
- Venezuela has the second-largest oil reserves in the world

Finding affordable communal living in Venezuela

Finding affordable housing in Venezuela can be tough, especially in cities with high rent prices. One solution that many people turn to is communal living with shared spaces and roommates. This can be a cost-effective way to have a private room while still being able to afford rent in a desirable location. There are a few different options for finding a shared living arrangement in Venezuela. One option is to look for a private room for rent in a coliving home. This can be a good option for people who want some privacy, but still want to be part of a community. Another option is to look for a shared room, where you'll be sharing a bedroom with one or more roommates. This can be more affordable, as you'll only be responsible for paying for your own bed. The downside is that you'll have less privacy, as you'll be sharing a bedroom with others. You can find both accommodation options on Coliving.com. We can help you find a compatible roommate based on your preferences and lifestyle. Some hosts do background checks and eviction history checks to ensure that the roommates you're living with are trustworthy individuals. When looking for a shared living arrangement, it's important to do your due diligence and make sure that you're comfortable with the living arrangement and the people you'll be living with.

What is coliving?

Coliving is a new trend amongst millennials for renting shared apartments. Whether you're moving to Venezuela for work or just looking for a new apartment, coliving in Venezuela is a good way to save money and live with like-minded people. Co-living places people from different backgrounds together and encourages them to interact, collaborate and form new friendships. When compared to dorms, coliving is much more attractive, since it's relatively inexpensive, all-inclusive and allows you to rent a furnished room with an individual lease.

Affordable and social housing in Venezuela

Looking for an affordable and social housing option in Venezuela? Consider coliving, a trend in shared apartment rentals that brings together individuals from diverse backgrounds to live, work, and form new friendships. Coliving in Venezuela is a cost-effective alternative to dorms, offering furnished rooms with individual leases and all-inclusive pricing.

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Why stay with us

  • Flexible Monthly stays Choose the convenience and flexibility of monthly stays – our short leases make it easy to relocate quickly if your job demands it.
  • Convenient Move-in-ready Don't move around with heavy furniture. All coliving spaces are fully furnished for comfort and convenience.
  • Affordable All-included Affordable rent without having to compromise on quality. Utilities, Wi-Fi, and cleaning costs are included in one price.
  • Social Built-in community Join a built-in community that is supportive and welcoming – Sharing with others helps you find meaning, belonging and acceptance in life.


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