25 Places to Get Away From It All

Kuching, MalaysiaDordogne River in FranceSkontorp Cave in AntarcticaIslands of FijiSt. George Island, FloridaOld Man's Cave Waterfall in Hocking Hills, OhioMachu Picchu in PeruPalm trees on the beach in Riviera Maya, MexicoCosta Rica's Arenal VolcanoMongolian yurtForests of Madagascar, AfricaMaui beachesSalzburg, AustriaPeaceful Pocono Mountains in PennsylvaniaPalm trees on the beach in NevisMaasai jumpers in KenyaCape Breton Island in Nova Scotia, CanadaBora Bora beaches English CotswoldsFallen Leaf Lake Cliffs in Molokai, HawaiiAn elephant in the South African bush9 Beaches, BermudaBatanes in the PhilippinesCharleston, South Carolina
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"Kuching, East Malaysia. A beautiful spot that is amazing and very remote." —Melodee Drake
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"I'd stay in a bungalow in Kep in Cambodia, Bali, Mekong Delta in Vietnam or the French countryside."  —@Ellyce_S
"Antarctica. I'm headed there in just 3 short weeks." —@jennymciver
"I am certain that Fiji would be secluded enough to truly get away from it all. Beautiful, too." —@DeFinestRn
"St. George Island, Florida." —@FVRofSGI
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"Hocking Hills in Ohio. Close enough to home that we can get there in a few hours. You really get off the grid and it's fabulous. Beautiful forests, caves, waterfalls, and amazing hiking that will surprise some people that it's Ohio." —Charlotte Horseman
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"I'm headed to Machu Picchu to get away after the holidays to recharge and start the New Year." —@iugoent
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"Riviera Maya, on the beach." —@wisconsinwillie
"Costa Rica." —@randy256
"Mongolia. Outside of the capital, you can't really get cell service or WiFi anywhere. Plus, you can camp anywhere you want." —@TheTripologist
"Madagascar and the small islands on Africa's East Coast. As far away as I can get-other-worldy ecosystems, remote and anonymous." —@romabit
"Maui. It's so peaceful, it always makes me feel that I'm away from everything." —Guadalupe Ratcliff
"Salzburg, Austria." —@OscarTollast
"The peaceful Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania. Just a 90-minute ride from the hustle and bustle of New York City and home to great hiking trails in the summer, snow-tubing in the winter, and beautiful waterfalls." —@willwrite4food2
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"The quiet island of Nevis." —@AdamwBroseph
"Maasai Land, Kenya, with the Maasai people." —@t4bitus
"To get away from it all and recharge your batteries, go to the west coast of Cape Breton Island [Nova Scotia, Canada]." —@CelticRose4
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"Bora Bora." —@spiritedtravel
"The English countryside, maybe the Cotswalds, Bath country, or up near Scotland. A cottage, a fireplace, and a good book." —@AntKristi
"Fallen Leaf Lake just south of Lake Tahoe. It seems to be a hidden gem and it's amazingly beautiful." —HomeAway_Jane
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"Molokai, Hawaii." —Serendipity Traveler
"The South African bush is where I'd go to get away from it all. No TV, internet, crowds or touristy things." —@MargieTravels
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"9 Beaches, Bermuda. It's a beautiful location where you can stay and not do anything. No temptations to go into the city and no reason for an agenda or plan." —@Anita Ziegner
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"Batanes, the unspoiled gem of the Philippines. The people are super nice, too." —Vida Soriano
"Charleston, South Carolina." —@jetsetchristina
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Where is the perfect place to find seclusion? From Florida to Malaysia, here are your picks for the world's most inspiring destinations.

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