‘Off The Grid’ Vacations Without Phones Gain Popularity

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Vacations that are “off the grid” and phone-less are gaining in popularity, according to a Wednesday report from Marketwatch.

A new travel company called “Off the Grid” is specifically creating vacations that do not permit phones and are without available wi-fi, reported Marketwatch.

Tourists can go to Lisbon, Prague, Split, Barcelona, Lima, and Tulum, as long as they can withstand traveling without their phones on their “screen-free trips,” according to Off the Grid’s website. All of the trips have sold out, Zach Beatie, co-founder of the travel company, told Marketwatch.

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