29 Apr Joshua Tree’s Cabin Cabin Cabin
After 3 days of walking from stage to stage, enduring the heat during the day and the blistering cold at night, long queues to leave the festival grounds, singing at the top of your voice, dancing and standing till your your calves hurt; one simply needs a break after Coachella. As much as the festival is an amazing experience, when you surrender to everything it has to offer, you are bound to end up tired, voiceless, but so very very happy and fulfilled after 3 days of music and dancing.
After last years festival my friends and I went to Tulum for that break. This year we decided to regroup with a little roadtrip to Joshua Tree where we stayed at cosy, bohemian inspired Air BnB called Cabin Cabin Cabin.
Located just a few minutes away from the main road and the entrance from Joshua Tree National Park, Cabin Cabin Cabin is the perfect place to stay at if you are visiting Joshua Tree for the first time.
- It is located literally a blink away from the main road running through Joshua Tree
- Which means you have quick and easy access to the recommended diners, coffee spots and restaurants… like Pie for the People, a pizza spot, that has really delicious toppings and Crossroads Café, a diner that serves big portions has great friendly service and where your bill is some scribbles on a piece of paper.
- It is basically minutes away from the Joshua Tree National Park Entrance
- And other places to see like the Noah Purifoy gallery
- The hosts Kathrin and Brian are super helpful. They were super responsive and gave us some great tips on things to do, places to eat etc
- The cabin itself is a bohemian interior décor pinterest board and very Instagrammable… Check out our Instagram page @TravelGirlBoss to see what we mean
- The orange tub outside
- There is a record player and we sat drinking red wine playing records during the evening
It is really quiet at night …
Things To Do In Joshua Tree
We only spent 2 nights in Joshua Tree (just enough time to pull oneself together, but not enough time to do everything we wanted to do). After braving the traffic coming out of Palm Springs, we decided that day one would be best spent enjoying our cosy abode, listening to records and drinking wine. Feeling well rested, we woke up on day two and committed to a little bit more activity, starting off with brunch at Crossroads Café (they have Mimosas). Slightly tipsy after our mimosa’s we took a drive and hike around Joshua Tree and made sure to hike into Hidden Valley. The last stop on our itinerary for the day Noah Purifoy Outdoor Desert Musuem, founded by African-American visual artist and sculptor Noah S. Purifoy followed by massive pizzas for dinner from Pie for the People.
If I were to describe Joshua Tree in 3 words…
Quiet…Bohemian and calming.
Where to stay
Almost every single one of the Air BnB’s I searched for in Joshua Tree were lovely and delightful looking. Kathrin and Brian have a few properties, which all look lovely. Find them here.
Where to eat
- Crossroads Café
- Pie for the People
For more places, recommended by Kathrin and Brian… check out their site We are in our element
Outfit details: Dress from Lalesso | Boots from Balenciaga | Sunglasses from Quay Australia