The Newest Airbnb Adventures

Airbnb Adventures Is The Newest Way To Travel The World

Want to discover new destinations but don’t have the time to research or maybe even the friends to go with? Airbnb Adventures is the travel news you need to hear.

Airbnb Adventures is an expansion of Airbnb Experiences; a new collection of bucket list worthy multi-day experiences hosted by local experts. Your guides will take intimate groups to epic, off-the-beaten-path locations and immerse you in unique cultures and communities.

Tracking lions on foot with Sabache Warriors in Kenya or hunting for UFOs in Arizona? These are the once-in-a-lifetime trips that you’ll remember forever.

There’s over 200 adventures to choose from that are either entirely exclusive to Airbnb, or provided by small, local operators that are not typically found on any other major booking platform.

Plus, they’re not as expensive as you might think. The average price of an adventure is $588 for a three-day trip. Hosts offer Airbnb Adventures under a range of budgets from $79 for an overnight trip up to $5,000 for once-in-a-lifetime 10-day trek.

All adventures are in small groups with a maximum capacity of 12 guests or less, so you can really dive exploring each new place.

Airbnb Adventures

To celebrate the launch, Airbnb is hosting a limited special 80-day trip around the world – just like Jules Verne

Inspired by the epic Jules Verne classic written almost 150 years ago, this trip takes guests across six continents, 18 countries, two oceans, five seas and eight modes of transportation including, of course, a hot air balloon.

Basically, it’s a trip of a lifetime.

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Sarah Clayton-Lea
Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder and global head of content of Big 7 Travel, 26-year-old Sarah created the company through her passion for discovering the world's best food and travel experiences. Formerly based in Dublin, Ireland, she now travels the world sharing her finds with our readers - a community that loves travel just as much as we do.

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Hostels in Europe are generally well-kept, clean, and safe. They’re also fun because you meet people from all over the world and a lot cheaper.