This 'Pirates Of The Caribbean' Airbnb in California Will Make You Feel Like Jack Sparrow

You'll just have to bring the rum.
Pirates of the Caribbean Airbnb California Captain Jack Sparrow

If you're a fan of Pirates of the Caribbean, this Airbnb in Topanga Canyon, California, is your dream come true. 

This vibrant getaway will transport you into the world of Captain Jack Sparrow.

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The design of the Airbnb is meant to make you feel like you're in Pirates of the Caribbean. 

Pirates of the Caribbean Airbnb California Captain Jack Sparrow

It's decorated with island-style statues and beachy accessories that look like props from the movie. 

Pirates of the Caribbean Airbnb California Captain Jack Sparrow

The rocky landscape with palm trees and tons of other greenery truly makes it look like an island. 

Pirates of the Caribbean Airbnb California Captain Jack Sparrow

Several waterfalls can be found off the creek that's on the property.

Pirates of the Caribbean Airbnb California Captain Jack Sparrow

There's even a super cool teepee for guests to lounge in while they enjoy the fresh air. 

Pirates of the Caribbean Airbnb California Captain Jack Sparrow

The main guesthouse is nearly hidden by a beautiful canopy of trees. 

Pirates of the Caribbean Airbnb California Captain Jack Sparrow

Swinging chairs and hammocks by the firepit give the ultimate beach vibe. 

Pirates of the Caribbean Airbnb California Captain Jack Sparrow

The property also has a hot tub and a sauna, so it's a little more luxurious than what Captain Jack experienced.

Pirates of the Caribbean Airbnb California Captain Jack Sparrow

The Airbnb was even used in Cody Simpson's "Love" music video. 

Pirates of the Caribbean Getaway

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$249/night

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Address or Neighborhood: Topanga Canyon, California

Why You Need To Go: To feel like you've been transported into a Pirates of the Caribbean movie.

Prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

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