Hotel Amidst a Waterfall - as part of the travel series by GeoBeats.
The Magic Mountain Lodge in southern Chile will transport you to a land only found in children’s storybooks.
This hotel found on the grounds of a 232 square mile nature reserve has been created inside a man-made volcano that erupts water in place of lava.
The water runs down the structure which is covered in moss and lush vines and hobbit-like windows scattered throughout.
In order to get to the 13 room lodge, you cannot just drive up to a parking garage. You must brave a walk across a swinging rope bridge where you might catch sight of a pudu - the smallest deer species in the world which stands just 13 inches tall.
There are lots of hiking trails available, and those brave enough can fly through the jungle on the longest zip wire in South America - 1,500 feet in the air.
What do you think - would you want to stay here?