Exploor Travel Blog — Lima
Do you know what it feels like to be in a different country in which you don’t have mobile data on your phone and only depend on free public Wifi, such as in parks, coffee shops or in the hotel? When travelling to Peru, fortunately it’s very easy to get a SIM card allowing you to be connected most of the time. I say “most of the time” on purpose as in more rural parts of the country you just won’t get any service. In the following, we’ll show you the different steps how to get a SIM card in Peru.
Even though many people like to be disconnected from time to time, especially while traveling, it's always great to have a minute with internet access, especially when it’s free wifi. Often, it’s necessary when you want to check something, such as what tours to do in Cusco or where to eat in Arequipa. Also, when you want to share an unforgettable moment with family and friends or just to upload that incredible picture of Machu Picchu on Instagram. This post provides a small list of places with free internet access in Peru and other ideas of how to get connected to local wifi for a while.