What an incredible idea! Got cliff? Build a tiny cliffhanger house. The commute would be rough, so maybe working from home would be the way to go.
These incredible tiny dwellings are located in the Sacred Valley of Cuzco, Peru and available for adventurers to spend the night.
Each capsule is 24-feet long, 8-feet wide and tall. The frame is made from aircraft aluminum and is covered with a skin of polycarbonate.
To reach the Skylodge Adventure Suites you first have to climb up a cliff some 400 meters. Once you reached your cliff dwelling you’re treated to 300 degree views, a gourmet meal, and the most extreme glamping experience of your life. In the morning you slide down multiple ziplines to the ground level.
You can learn more about the Skylodge Adventure Suites on the Natura Vive website.
A tiny house ranging in size between 130-345 square feet that can be assembled in 5 hours.” – Tiny House Swoon
See more of viVood at Tiny House Swoon. Follow viVood on Facebook. For all the details visit the ViVood website.
Armadillas set within the backdrop of the Great Glen and surrounded by world renowned nature in all its highland splendour this is the most glamorous adventure…” – Loch Ness Glamping
Read and see more at Loch Ness Glamping
The huts are manufactured from organically grown, untreated larch wood and covered with larch shingles. Each hut is equipped with its own set of garden furniture comprising two chairs and a table, so you can spend even more time enjoying the beautiful natural surroundings. The interior is furnished with two beds with mattresses. The bed linen is made exclusively of natural materials.” – Sava Hotels & Resorts
Learn more about Gozdne Vile Glamping
Inspired by the dwellings of nomads in the steppes of Central Asia, it’s a circular structure with a cone or sphere shaped roofline that occasionally in modern times has a skylight at the top. The BPNP (Bruce Peninsula National Park) has taken it to a whole new level with hardwood floors, wooden furniture, storage spaces, a large bunk bed and a large Murphy (fold-down) bed. It comes complete with a large deck for entertaining, a barbeque for cooking with 2 propane tanks and a place to burn wood outdoors.” – Bruce Peninsula National Park
via Yurt Camping at Bruce Peninsula National Park – Bruce County – Explore The Bruce.
I’m totally inspired by this tiny house design. It’s a very expensive Glamping cabin in Australia but looks more like an awesome tiny home with a view. Definitely useful as a design concept to emulate.
“Longitude 131° consists of just 15 luxurious elevated tents, each paying homage to and early Australian pioneer or explorer. The white dome roof and billowing fabric create the illusion of camping, however the similarities end there.”
See more of this house at Go Glamping in Australia – Longitude 131°.