Need a nice getaway, but want to do something different? Plan a road trip to this destination just a few hours away.

Have a Different Bed and Breakfast Experience

Who doesn't love a nice bed and breakfast? Typically makes for a great date night somewhere new and today I discovered maybe the most unique experience for one I have ever seen. Over in Hugo, Oklahoma you can spend the night at Oklahoma Awesome Adventures.

Did You Know About this Elephant Sanctuary in Oklahoma?

For awhile they have been offering Elephant Expeditions. Where you get to learn about, feed, and even help bathe an elephant. Pretty cool that something like this exists in Oklahoma. Not too long ago, they actually built some cabins and let you sleep on the property.

Check Out Some Video of the Cabin Experience Below

How Much Does It Cost?

I won't lie, it's not cheap for the experience. $500 a night for two people. The cabin can hold up to five, but it is an additional fifteen dollars per person. The breakfast with the elephant does come included in that price and you do get some fruit to feed to your new friend.

Want to Make it a Romantic Getaway?

If your significant other loves elephants? Get the sweetheart package. For an additional $75 you get chocolate covered strawberries, bottle of champagne, bed of roses, tealight lighting.

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So if you're looking to do something different on a weekend getaway. Here is something you may not know about that's not too far away from us.

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