Part of what makes travel attractive is the opportunity to disconnect from our daily obligations, but with the wifi becoming more widely available around the world, it’s becoming more difficult to do.
Here are a few destinations where travelers will be forced to unplug:
While residents have internet access within their homes, the country promotes itself as a place where travelers can unplug from the web & get in touch with marvelous natural surroundings.
China’s censorship laws block most social media platforms. Google’s China subsidiary is severely limited so make sure you pack a guidebook to consult for recommendations.
Cuba has slowly been expanding their internet coverage but most public access is through scratchcards. Cell phones work, but the cost to call home might convince you to embrace your digital detox.
Broadband speed is 10x slower than Singapore. Internet access is blocked by the government and information about political opposition, religious topics, and human rights are often restricted.
This tiny township has outlawed internet & Bluetooth preventing mobile calls & texts. The 143 residents of Green Bank have adapted to using landlines and dial-up connections.