Traveling is about the experience – why not stay in a unique place that will make your trip a memorable one. We’ve selected a few Airbnbs that are sustainable, giving you different options for your next big adventure.
Super Cute Retro Airstream Airbnb – $151 a night
Interested in sleeping under the stars in Wimberly, Texas? Equipped with a patio, hot tub, fire pit, outdoor shower, kitchen, and queen bed, this Super Cute Retro Airstream will provide you with the comfy and cozy experience while remaining in the wild. To keep it green, guests are given recycling bins, eco-friendly dish soap and laundry detergent, recycled paper products, low-wattage light bulbs and organic coffee.
The Cozy Cottage at Grateful Meadows Airbnb – $150 a night
Nestled in Westpoint Virginia, The Grateful Meadows Cozy Cottage serves an airbnb and a nonprofit farm animal sanctuary. Live out your cottage-core dreams with rescue animales such as donkeys and chickens — just a foot away from your front door. Enjoy a hot tub, as well as a guest lounge outside of the cottage, which has a projector TV, kitchenette, billiards table, darts and games. Being vegan is not a requirement however, vegan breakfast is provided and non-vegan food is not allowed on the property.
The Roost Airbnb – $92 a night
Who wouldn’t want to live out their childhood fantasy of sleeping in a treehouse? The Roost is a unique treehouse apartment located in the heart of Greensboro, North Carolina. It was built toxic-free, energy efficient, and foam free using cork siding, cypress posts, formaldehyde-free plywood, and efficient HRV ventilation fans. Vacationers can rest in this retreat with beautiful sunrise views and quiet space knowing their carbon footprint isn’t getting any bigger anytime soon.
Dreamy Tropical Treehouse Airbnb – $300 a night
Oh, you thought we were done with the treehouses? How could we not include this tropical paradise. Located on Hawaii’s big island, guests enter this airbnb via the winding red cinder path through the jungle where they encounter a hanging bed suspended beneath the treehouse before continuing up the staircase to the treehouse’s trap door. Inside, the room is flooded with sunlight and white bed linens add to the dreamy aura of the space. A lanai tree wraps around the house and you are provided a 360° view of the lush jungle that surrounds you.