Looking for a Texas getaway that’s truly one-of-a-kind? Try spending the night in a handmade adobe dome near the stunning scenery of Big Bend National Park.
The Off Grid Dome shelter is the perfect place to cut your ties to technology and connect with mother nature.
The dome was built to withstand the elements while giving visitors a cozy space to relax and enjoy life.
Inside, there’s a cozy sitting area made from wooden pallets.
The comfy queen size bed is sure to make you feel at home.
A full kitchen lets you cook with a two-burner propane stove and oven. There’s also a solar-powered refrigerator that will keep your drinks and ingredients nice and cool.
Although you’ll be in the middle of a desert, this new outhouse gives you plenty of privacy when nature calls.
This stunning rock shower is a great place to cool off after a day of exploring the land.
The desert is under a dark-sky ordinance, which means you’ll have amazing views of the stars each night. If you want to do a little exploring during the day, a 25-minute drive will take you to what’s left of Terlingua, the West Texas ghost town.
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At just $88 a night, it’s a bargain price for such a unique experience. If you up for getting off the grid, you can book your stay over at Airbnb.