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We've all imagined packing our bags and heading to a stunning, distant locale. But sometimes, the time isn't right—so we plan for that dream vacation, stowing away our itineraries until the day we can hop a plane.
Thankfully, the homeshare platform Airbnb has made it even easier to plan your perfect trip. A feature on the company's site allows travelers to not only plan for immediate vacations but also save their dream listings for the future. Whether it's a houseboat in Amsterdam or a treehouse nestled in the woods of Atlanta, there are plenty of special lodging options that make for lust-worthy vacation spots. And this week, they released an official list of the ten most wish-listed properties.
Stretching across the globe, from Bali to the Yucca Valley in California, these homes are truly stellar.
"Five are eco retreats, four have been built with bamboo, three are practically off-the-grid, two are caves, and one is made entirely of glass," wrote Airbnb.
Over the past decade, 860,000 travelers have added these homes to their wish lists, all hoping for a unique stay in a beautiful destination that's hidden from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Read on for travelers' dream Airbnb listings.
Waterfront with Extraordinary View: Kotor, Montenegro
Wish listed: 52,964 times
The Cozy Palace: Marrakech, Morocco
Wish listed: 59,838 times
Off-grid ItHouse: Yucca Valley, CA, USA
Wish listed: 63,669 times
Bamboo Eco-cottage in Rice Fields: Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Wish listed: 65,644 times
Dreamy Tropical Treehouse: Fern Forest, Hawaii
Wish listed: 66,336 times
Luxurious Stone Villa in Crete: Crete, Greece
Wish listed: 76,658 times
Hideout Bali Eco Bamboo Home: Bali, Indonesia
Wish listed: 77,177 times
Romantic Cabana with a View: Armenia, Colombia
Wish listed: 99,622 times
Hector Cave House: Santorini, Greece
Wish listed: 133,869 times
I Sette Coni – Trullo Edera: Ostuni, Italy
Wish listed: 164,444 times