Nomad Bases

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Nomadwiki is a wiki for nomads, started by some of the same community who brought you Trustroots, Hitchwiki, Trashwiki, Couchwiki, Sharewiki and more.


A nomadbase is a communal living space, whose main purpose is to give long-term travellers the opportunity to have a place they can call home for free and without long-term obligations, where they come to (and leave) whenever and as often as they want. It is a place where they are not guests, but flatmates, no matter how long they stay. As a side effect of this, it furthermore accomplishes to connect long-term travellers amongst each others and creates a space where it is also easy for less-travelled people to meet and connect with each other. is a growing network of nomads and bases all over the world.

A nomadbase can be a house, a wwoofing farm, a community. Nomads can contact the base coordinator to enquire about the possibility to stay at the base. The base coordinator can change the information about availability and description of the base.

  • A base can have goals, like rooftop gardening for example. See Casa Robino.
  • A base have tasks, this includes cooking, dishes, shopping, cleaning. It can also include bike maintenance, gardening, ... For some bases it can be more elaborated, such as writing a little story on the base blog.
  • A base can have properties like bikes for example.

External links


Russian Academy of Free Travel

The Academy of Free Travel (Russian: Академия Вольных Путешествий), known by its Russian-language initials AVP, is a travel club based in Russia, founded on September 2, 1995. The main organizer of the club's activities is the Russian travel guide author Anton Krotov. Participants in the club's activities are mostly from the former Soviet Union and the main language is Russian, but people from all countries are welcome to join the AVP.

The club periodically sets up houses in various parts of the world where independent travellers can base themselves while exploring the surrounding area.


Serbian Travel House

The Travel House is a project we carried each summer by the serbian Travel Club, starting with 2012. Using the money they gather from donations, they rent a flat somewhere in the world, where they establish a temporary base for getting acquainted with the region. Staying in the house is free for everyone. The goal of the Travel House project is to provide a global meeting point for travelers, and thus be a small step towards building a global travel culture.

Travel House 2013 was in Granada, Andalucia, Spain.



A live-in hackerspace in Canary Islands, Spain.