While we all know that Airbnb is the site to head to for unique overnight stays in places around the world, it is also a site that offers experiences. And we don’t just mean the experience in staying in a unique location!
Thanks to the new Wishlist by Airbnb feature, which currently has us exploring The Greatest Outdoors, we are finding not only fascinating places to stay, but also fun and unique things to do when we get away. If you happen to be heading to Vermont for a weekend (or longer), then why not experience something new? After all, how often can you say that you learned how make traditional maple syrup in Vermont!
As part of their Airbnb Cooking Collection, and listed as one of their Pastoral Places to visit/experience/stay, visitors to Vermont can experience making Traditional Maple Syrup in Townshend, Vermont.
According to the “What you’ll do” section of the booking page, guests will not only get a chance to learn the process that goes into making maple syrup, but you will also get to taste this year’s batch of syrup, while also learning more about the grading system that defines which syrups we love. On top of all that, you also get to try sugar on snow, which is an experience you won’t forget!
This Airbnb experience lets you learn the ins and outs of Maple Syrup in Vermont
This experience actually costs about $45 per person, with maximum groups of six people. Considering this is a small operation, it does make sense that they would keep things small and personal. And of course, this is a chance to learn something new and experience something special with friends or family.
As someone who has seen how Maple Syrup is made, this is an experience even I would do again. And if that also means doing something different during a getaway or a vacation, then that makes it even better.
Think of this as a way to take your next adventure to the next level. And if you happen to bring home bottles of Maple Syrup, what could be bad about that.
There is something about an actual experience that adds something new and different to planning a fun and engaging vacation. But what do you think of this Airbnb experience? Would you do this on a weekend away?