You have just taken an amazing picture of Jiuzhaigou. You have an incredible story from the home you just visited in Guizhou. All you want to do is get online and and share it with your friends, family, the twitter-sphere, what you will. Now you are wondering, can I find an internet connection in China?
In Chinese cities, one need not worry as wireless internet has become ubiquitous. Available in cafes, restaurants, and banks, one is seldom unable to find a connection. In addition to these locations, wireless is also becoming standard in higher end hotels (such as The Opposite House above). Although we cannot promise every hotel we take you to will have internet, 95% of the ones we use will. Sometimes though, isn’t the point of traveling to get away from some of these things? When you are lying in a tent in Mongolia’s Gegeet Valley with nothing but the stars above, you may find you do not need to email.
As with any trip that WildChina does, our top priority is ensuring you have everything you need to enjoy your journey. If you know you will need internet throughout the duration of your trip just let us know and we can adjust your itinerary accordingly. We will make sure technology doesn’t hold you back from visiting Yosemite’s Sister Park or sampling China’s delicious cuisine with Fucshia Dunlop.
If you have questions about technology, or any other aspect of travel in China please do not hesitate to be in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org