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There's nothing better than planning a vacation to a locale that's totally off-the-grid. A remote paradise—where there's nothing to worry about other than exploring the world around you—can be the restorative retreat you need.

Wondering where to start looking? Airbnb compiled a list of their 10 most off-the-grid properties that inspire some serious travel envy.

When Airbnb first launched in 2008, all of its properties were in the United States, with the vast majority in and around cities. Today, the homeshare platform offers spots in 191 countries across the globe, from truly unique hideaways to dreamy accommodations. So whether you're looking for a casita in the lush Galápagos Islands or a skypod in Southern Peru, Airbnb has you covered.

Read on for the most remote properties on offer.

Homestay: Pitcairn Island

Arctic Home: Egedesminde, Greenland

Townhouse: Jamestown, Saint Helena

Casita: Puerto Ayora, the Galápagos Islands

A fare: Hiva Oa, Marquesas Islands

Yurt: Khushuut, Mongolia

Skypod: Calca, Peru

Eco-retreat: Lyantonde, Uganda

Glamping: Merzouga, Morocco

Cabin: Longyearbyen, Svalbard


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