5 Airbnbs for those adventurous travelers

Although my first Airbnb experience was not the greatest, I am still interested in using the service when it comes to selecting accommodations for my travels.

According to Refinery29, I have not even scratched the surface when it comes to strange airbnbs. From a glass treehouse in Italy to a seashell house in Mexico, you can expect to see a wide array of rentals when browsing for your next airbnb on their website. The rentals mentioned below are included in this list because of the rental’s uniqueness and/or the location of the rental.

1. Bubble Under The Stars, Limousin, France – $175/night 

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Because when will you ever be able to lay beneath the stars in France in a bubble? This rental is certainly a bucket list worthy experience.

2. Glass Treehouse, Tuscany, Italy – $291/night

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Yes, you read you that write. A glass treehouse in Tuscany, Italy. Situated in the breathtaking Tuscan landscape, this treehouse’s views will leave you speechless.

3. Train Carriage, Pokolbin, Australia – $129/night

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In the heart of the vineyards, enjoy your stay in a renovated train carriage. Looking for unique place to stay? The carriages in Pokolbin are a perfect fit.

4. Seashell House, Isla Mujeres, Mexico$299/night

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Opt out of the tourist packed hotels and stay in the Seashell house. Enjoy the privacy of the gated property with a private pool and access to a golf cart to get to the nearest beach.

5. Casa Arbol, Nicaragua – $195/night

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Another gorgeous treehouse. This two-story home overlooks the Pacific Ocean with incredible views of one of Central America’s largest private wildlife corridors.

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