Desert Chic: Airbnb Addition

Joshua Tree is a magnificent desert vista, Imagine those scorching red and pink sunsets, gnarled little shrubs, and the stars stretched out above you as you sit around a fire drinking it all in. That is the kind of experience you can expect to have if you head to California’s Joshua Tree. But a unique destination like this calls for a just as unique place to stay which is where this very special Airbnb enters the picture.

Meet The Former Tiny Home Turned Airbnb

This 1966 former Greyhound bus was used as a tiny home for a number of years before it was parked in Joshua Tree and made available for rent. It drove all over the United States before it found its final resting place. But what makes it truly special is how it was lovingly transformed into this habitable wonder. There is one bedroom, a full bathroom, and a full kitchen that has been custom made to fit the space. It has also been lovingly decorated and had all the finishing of a real home installed. There are even hardwood flooring and air conditioning. This is about as luxurious as it gets for bus living.

What To Expect In Joshua Tree

Joshua Tree has long been known as a weekend getaway for those living in Los Angeles and closeby Palm Springs. Sometimes the hustle and bustle of the city can be a bit much and the serenity offered in Joshua Tree is unparalleled. There are a plethora of hiking trails, little shops full of handcrafted goods, and delicious little eateries speckled across the Yucca Valley. This tiny home is an excellent place to use as a base so you can explore everything this desert oasis has to offer. If you are a climber then you will be in heaven, as you are allowed to traverse the many granite rock formations. There are over 8,000 different climbs for various levels in the park proper. Don’t forget to bring your camera as there are also a plethora of different species of cacti which makes that whole desert oasis feeling even stronger.

Desert Chic: Airbnb Addition

How To Get There

The easiest way is to drive from Palm Springs along the I-10 which will bring you straight to the park. If you have a car great otherwise you may want to consider renting one so that you have access to more of Joshua Tree then if you just do a day tour and get dropped at your accommodation.