This Cave is The World’s Most Unique Airbnb

To some people, staying in a hotel is the exact point of traveling. You don’t have to worry about cooking, and by the time you return from a trip to the market your room will be spotless. But what if you’re looking for something a little more… adventurous? A type of accommodation that’ll truly blow your mind? Sure, you can scour Airbnb for apartments and luxury homes, but if you’re willing to indulge your wild side, consider spending a night in a cave.

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That’s right, a cave. The Enchanted Cave is located in the Blue Mountains in Australia. Designed to excite the senses, the Cave hangs over some of the most beautiful natural sights you could every lays eyes on. The interior is furnished with a lounge, cabinet, and sink carved out of stone to stick to the Cave’s rustic roots. Modern amenities provided for you in the cave include a mini kitchen, the most comfortable Queen-size bed imaginable, fireplace, and hot tub.

Outdoor lovers can take full advantage of the Cave by hiking through the provided trails and dipping their toes in the nearby river. The morning sun will tickle you awake as it passes over the surrounding mountains. Behold the calming fog as it overtakes the forests in the late afternoon and the birdsong as various species tweet happily until dawn.

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The Enchanted Cave in the Blue Mountains in the west of Sydney is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience. It’s the perfect little getaway for couples looking to spend a few nights away from the bustle of the city and enjoy a romantic night under the twinkling stars. All of this can be yours to enjoy for the moderate price of between $900. Keep a close eye on the Cave’s busy schedule on Airbnb since you can get discounted prices during certain times of the year.

20 Beautiful Places to Visit Before You Die

Humans are one of the greatest creations of God. They have been living close to nature since their creation. They have a special love for nature and have always been trying to discover nature. In this try, they have discovered many wonderful places across the world. There are many worth visiting places in the world. Some of these places are a miracle of God on the Earth and some are manmade. It is the desire of every man to see these places in their life. Following are the places that almost every man wants to see in their life.

1. Santorini, Greece

It is one of the most amazing places of the world in Greece. It is actually an island of Cyclades. It is said to be devastated in the 16th century and since then it is rebuilding and its beauties are increasing with every passing day. The most ideal period of the year to go to this miracle is from April to September. There are a lot of islands in this city and sunbathing around any of these would be an unforgettable experience. There is a natural pool which attracts the tourists from the world.

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Few fashion choices receive as much public attention as those made by Meghan,

Few fashion choices receive as much public attention as those made by Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, whose outfits frequently sell out after being identified online. And she appears to be using this attention to powerful ends by highlighting ethical brands and consumption habits.
During her and Prince Harry’s royal tour of southern Africa, which concluded Wednesday, Meghan wore a series of outfits by designers who prioritize the social and environmental impact of their clothing.
For the royal couple’s first public engagement, in Cape Town’s Nyanga township, the Duchess wore a printed wrap dress from Mayamiko, a fair trade brand working in Malawi. The label, which uses textiles from local fabric markets and runs its workshop on solar power, said on Instagram that the item has already sold out.
Also sold out is a khaki shirt dress by American brand Room 502 that Meghan wore to an ActionAid event in Johannesburg. The brand describes its clothes as “impeccable quality, responsibly produced and respectful of humanity and the environment.”
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex speaks in Nyanga township, Cape Town, South Africa, wearing a dress by ethical brand Mayamiko.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex speaks in Nyanga township, Cape Town, South Africa, wearing a dress by ethical brand Mayamiko. Credit: Dominic Lipinski/Pool/Getty Images
Other ethical labels have already reaped the benefits of Meghan’s fashion choices. The brands Maggie Marilyn, Outland Denim and Rothy’s all reported skyrocketing sales after the Duchess wore their designs during last year’s royal tour of Australia, Tonga, Fiji and New Zealand.
Fashion journalist Dana Thomas, whose new book “Fashionopolis” addresses the social and environmental impact of the fashion industry, said that Meghan was celebrating “cool brands that are doing things right.” The brands she spotlights “don’t get that platform very often because they’re small and independent,” Thomas added. “This is fantastic for them and for us.”
Thomas also highlighted Meghan’s reputation for rewearing outfits to public events, an unusual habit for such a high-profile figure.
“When style leaders, like Hollywood actresses and pop stars, go on the red carpet, they wear something new every time,” Thomas said. “Now, even influencers — and just anybody — feel that, ‘If I’ve been seen on Instagram more than once in that dress or outfit then it’s over,’ and they toss it, rather than investing and cherishing and valuing their clothes.”
Meghan and Harry visit District 6 Museum in Cape Town, South Africa. Meghan wears a Veronica Beard dress previously seen on the couple's 2018 royal tour of Australia, the Kingdom of Tonga, Fiji and New Zealand.

Meghan and Harry visit District 6 Museum in Cape Town, South Africa. Meghan wears a Veronica Beard dress previously seen on the couple’s 2018 royal tour of Australia, the Kingdom of Tonga, Fiji and New Zealand. Credit: Mark Large/Pool/Getty Images
While in Africa, Meghan rewore multiple outfits from last year’s tour, including a blue Veronica Beard shirt dress and a striped Martin Grant maxi dress. A black jumpsuit by Everlane, a sustainable US brand that appears to be a favorite of Meghan’s, also made a second appearance after the Duchess previously wore it to a cover shoot for her guest-edited issue of British Vogue.