Relax in a remote dome under the stars. This unique Airbnb in Central Florida nestled in a gated wildlife sanctuary is the ultimate escape from the city. Guests can enjoy the peaceful surroundings while unwinding in this incredible dome in nature.

The Airbnb comfortably sleeps four people in two king-sized beds, offering an affordable experience to guests. At $139 a night, four guests will only pay about $35 each to stay the night. Two guests will pay about $70 each. 

The dome is located in Lake Wales, Florida, offering many local things to do like Bok Tower Gardens, Fiddlers Ridge Farm & Winery, Lake Wales Depot Museum, and Grape Hammock Airboat Rides, according to the Airbnb's listing

The dome provides glamping essentials like air conditioning, a kitchen, and hot water to guests. According to the Airbnb's host Matthias, the dome also offers special amenities like a claw foot tub and a 110 inch movie screen and projector for extra relaxation.

Guests can view diverse wildlife attracted to the area by a nearby natural pond. The dome is situated in a wildlife sanctuary but is a short distance from shops and restaurants if guests want to explore the area.  

This Airbnb is a geodesic dome, or a collection of triangular parts that uses tension to create a spherical structure, as defined by Encyclopedia Britannica. The dome structure is 1105 square feet and has a vaulted, 17-foot ceiling.

The dome has received impeccable reviews from past guests and is available for booking this month. Book your stay soon and enjoy Central Florida in the fall!

For more glamping inspiration, read these articles on a treehouse Airbnb in Miami and a tiny boat cabin Airbnb in Key West.

Geodesic Dome

Price per night: $139, sleeps four

Neighborhood: Lake Wales, Florida

Why You Need To Go: Enjoy a cozy and unique glamping experience in a wildlife sanctuary. Away from any city lights, this sanctuary offers an unbeatable view of the stars.

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