In Northern New Mexico, West of the
is an area with a cluster of “Earth Ships.” Yes, Taos Gorge Bridge, New Mexico is filled with alien tales and UFO crashes, especially the incident, but this is actually a different type of ship. What you have at your disposal is a form of alternative housing that is environmentally friendly. The homes do look like something from a different world, but they are absolutely fascinating. You can also lodge in an Earth Ship. Roswell
When lodging in an Earth Ship, you are looking at around $165 per night, which translates into close to $1,000 per week. Rates can change depending upon the time of year that you go. Nevertheless, the Earth Ship is not small. You have two bedrooms, one bathroom, a living room area, and kitchen. These homes are pet friendly, you have a patio with a BBQ grill, a washer and dryer, a refrigerator, wood stove, television, stereo system, and a DVD player. Basically, you have everything you would require at home.
As for what makes these homes so environmentally friendly is that their exteriors are made of mud and old tires. Everything within them was built using environmentally friendly practices and materials such as satillo tile floors and walls made of straw and adobe, and the electricity is generated by solar panels.
The homes are located in a desert setting, but there is a beautiful mountain backdrop with activities nearby that include white water rafting, hiking, and, if you stay in
Taos, New Mexico, you’re only about 25 minutes from the . It’s only 20 minutes to get to Taos Ski Valley . Taos Plaza