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Connecting, off the grid

Most of us travel to expand our world, create new friendships, explore all that is different from our ordinary worlds.  Our success is based on developing and nurturing  relationships, and it is sometimes difficult to fully disconnect. We often struggle as a travel advisor to let guests know they will most likely have limited cell and Wii connectivity, often even absent, and definitely not at the bandwidth they might expect. This blog by one of our favorite remote safari destinations highlights the beauty of disconnection, and supports our preference to give guests connectivity in their private space, but not in public spaces. We champion the development of new relationships with guests and staff outside the world we already know.

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