Some studies have shown that disconnecting from the digital world may help to reduce stress levels, lower blood pressure and even improve our immune systems. According to The Telegraph, one report from Public Health England associated excessive screen time (more than four hours per day) with depression and anxiety in children. On the other hand, another study from the University of Utah and Kansas, according to The Daily Mail, found that participants scored 50 percent higher on a “creativity test” after spending four days exploring nature without connecting to any electronic devices. Of course, because so many of us rely on technology for our work, the best time to disconnect completely is while you’re on vacation. So, for your next trip you might consider a destination like one of the following, where cell service is limited or entirely non-existent and the appeal of the surrounding natural beauty will easily trump any desire to connect with the digital world.