Check Out This Magical, Water-Spewing Hotel in Chile Which Looks Like an Earthy Volcano
Within the deep rainforest of Huilo Huilo, Chile, stands a manmade tower easily mistaken for a volcano of water and grass.
This is the Huilo Huilo Montaña Mágica Lodge, or Magic Mountain Lodge, and it is a hotel built on a natural reserve open for business to anyone who enjoys the natural side of the world and can afford it.
For $250 to $400 per night, guests can stay at the mystical inn and enjoy amenities like hot tubs made of huge tree trunks and views of incredible sights such as Chile’s Arenal Volcano right from the tavern deck.
In the middle of a rainforest in Chile, past the bridge of monkeys, underneath the lava-like-flow of water, sits the Magic Mountain (Lodge)
Feast your eyes on this grassy, mossy, leafy, windowed volcano.
The windows, which peer out into the vast woods, kind of look like eyes themselves.
This structure looks like it was grown from the Earth itself, or constructed by a forest wizard.
Step inside to discover a quaint tavern almost exclusively made of wood, though hopefully the drinks pack a nice boozy punch.
With your drink/potion in hand, take a load off in this sanctuary surrounded by wilderness.
And after a tiring day of exploration, here is where visitors rest their bones safely inside the mountain of magic, probably guarded by witchcraft equivalent to the Shield Charm: Protego Maxima (Harry Potter).
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