Friday, November 25, 2016

Mui Ne among top 11 tech-free paradises

The US online newspaper, Huffington Post, has cited Mui Ne among top 11 stunning places without Wi-Fi that visitors can actually enjoy the view.

According to the website, travel is healthy because it helps us unplug, open our minds and break away from the burnout that so often gets us into a rut.
“But unfortunately, even when the average American manages to get away from the desk for a rare vacation, it's almost impossible to unplug: a 2014 survey found that 42% of employees feel obligated to check their work email while on vacation.”, says the Huffington Post.
The newspaper said that these are ideal places for a digital detox, because they have either limited Wi-Fi connectivity or none at all. 
Let’s check the list of top 11:
Palawan, Philippines

Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming, Montana and Idaho)

Sayulita, Mexico

Patagonia, Chile and Argentina

Mui Ne Sand Dunes, Vietnam

Reine, Norway

Hanauma Bay, Hawaii

Lake Placid, New York

Ilha Grande, Brazil


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