With an increasingly connected world, it may seem like there are few places left to go completely off the grid. But you might be surprised to find that there are still many destinations that will let you get away from it all. And here are just some of the best of them.
There may now be internet access in Bhutan. But spending precious time online once you set foot in this remote, beautiful, and isolated kingdom would be the last thing in your mind. With tourism strictly regulated, the chance to visit the country is something that you would want to make the most of. From stunning nature scenery to fascinating cultural attractions, Bhutan is one place you would not mind spending time off the grid for as long as you can.
Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica
Located at the southwestern part of Costa Rica, Osa Peninsula is a haven for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Book a room at one of the eco-friendly accommodations in the area and experience life without internet and phone. Surrounded by breathtaking nature scenery, there is no lack of things you can possibly do to unwind and escape the daily grind.
Puerto Natales, Chile
The charming port city of Puerto Natales is located at the Chilean Patagonia. It serves as a gateway to a wide array of must-see attractions like the Torres del Paine National Park. Enjoy the laidback atmosphere surrounded by enchanting landscape and natural scenery while disconnected from the online world.
Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada
Yoho National Park sits in the midst of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Stay at the Emerald Lake Lodge located beside a stunning lake set against a backdrop of spectacular scenery of towering mountains and lush forests. Enjoy the beauty and tranquility of your surroundings and the many outdoor activities that include hiking and rowing among others.
From beautiful and unspoilt beaches to historic landmarks, Zanzibar is a great place to go off the beaten path. For an off-the-grid experience, head out to the Chumbe Island Coral Park and stay in one of its eco-bungalows that rely solely on solar energy to supply power for the most basic needs.