Believe it or not, stargazing is becoming a major trend, and if you're not yet on , what are you even doing? Especially this month. July 2018 brings you the chance to see not one, but two celestial events — the longest total lunar eclipse of the century on the 27th and the , which is brightest from .
These rare sights have sparked a new wave of astro-tourism, many of them becoming the most-watched events at the time they take place. If you're lucky enough to book before they're unavailable, here are the best Airbnbs to go stargazing, take in the views of the total lunar eclipse, and get up close and personal (at least, as much as you can be) with the Red Planet.
Blending indoor and outdoor living, this solar-powered Airbnb offers a stargazer suite with a queen-size bed, perfect for doing just that. In case you want to bring along everyone you know, well, you can — the host will provide a tent that sleeps up to 8 guests.
Inspired by a movie set, this California house includes access to a train caboose, church, and saloon. That means you have just as much to explore during the day as you do at night — without ever leaving your rental.
Located a few miles from the Joshua Tree National Park, this dome Airbnb offers a secluded stay in the California desert with unparalleled views of the starry sky and desert mountains.
Should you rent this geodesic dome, you will be "suspended on the Estuary of Life (Estero de la Vida)." Offering a relaxing getaway on a half hectare of forestland, you'll never forget the starry Chilean night sky.
If you're looking for a 180-degree view of the night sky and forest through transparent walls, a bubble dome is for you. You won't even have to leave your bed to go stargazing.
Atop a 40-acre meadow, this lookout tower in Oregon is the perfect location to take in the stars, especially during the month of July.
Both private and comfortable, the Skywatch Observatory dome is the ideal location for anyone looking to stay somewhere specifically "set up for you to have privacy and comfort while you view the stars."
Described on Airbnb as a "spacious, air tight, and ventilated sphere with a large clear dome facing Sedona's beautiful night sky," this gazing capsule is made for a magical night under millions of stars.
"Fall asleep watching the stars and wake up to the sound of birdsong" — if this description sounds like your speed, book this English Airbnb ASAP.