Spend the night in an Off-Grid Adobe Desert Dome
Picking an Airbnb over a traditional hotel is a sensible choice for experiential travellers wanting something different. Forget the copy-and-paste chain hotels and, instead, stay the night somewhere that provides a true sense of place. Somewhere WAY different.
When it comes to the desert of Far West Texas, there really is no better sense of place giver than this exclusive Off-Grid Adobe Desert Dome.
And different? Think of it like pitching a tent in the desert – but one that is spacious, comfortable, weather-proof and private (…so, nothing like a tent then).
What’s this place have that my tent doesn’t?
This isolated dome is big enough to sleep three people (although with one double bed, it’s probably wise to bring just two…) and offers everything you need to enjoy a unique night under the stars.
Located close to Big Bend National Park, this dome is the perfect base for desert exploration, whether you’re hiking, visiting towns or simply honing your best 'Man with No Name' impression, a la Clint Eastwood in just about every Spaghetti Western.
Even though it’s off-grid, the dome is completely solar-panel powered and, because you are in the middle of the desert, you won’t be short of a few rays to power everything from the solar shower bag to the refrigerator… heck, the owner even throws in his dog/coyote hybrid for the true desert experience!
- Stay in an off-grid dome in the desert of Far West Texas
- The perfect base to explore the nearby Big Bend National Park
- Everything you need, from a shower, fridge and WIFI, to a dog/coyote hybrid!