We love Airbnb for many reasons.
And the fact that you can rent entire private islands through the amazing resource is definitely one of them.
We recently drooled over this Caribbean Island On Airbnb and today we're back at it again... but this time in Norway.
The island is located in the adventurous archipelago of Hvaler - the municipality with the highest number of sunny days per year in Norway.
It boasts a tiny, and we mean TINY, cottage that accommodates four adults, or two adults and three children. Boats are provided for you to use.
The cabin is off-grid, perfect for a tech and online detox, but there is solar-panel 12v available for charging phones.
There is no running water, which some people mightn't be into but drinking water (free of charge) is available from the local grocery store so you'll be graaand.
It works out at about €200 per night, depending on how many people stay.
Check out the full listing here.