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Airbnb brings to you an online experience to celebrate mother's day from afar. Pixabay

The current reality in these unprecedented times has made everyone celebrate life and one another differently. Airbnb recognises that this Mother’s Day this year may feel different, especially as we home shelter in lockdown.

Whether your mom lives in another country, another state, or down the street, the leading travel portal has tailored a collection of Online Experiences for all those planning the perfect day for mom. Guests can choose from a collection of Online Experiences that allow you to connect with family and friends virtually and find meaningful ways to celebrate the mothers in your life from a distance.


Online Experiences offer guests unique opportunities to shower mom with affection this month, even if physically separated. Tap into your creative side with DIY gift ideas taught by expert hosts, including songwriting with a Nashville musician or baking Latin pastries. Gather loved ones to make wine with an archeologist or song bathe with a Singapore DJ alongside with mom.


Shower your mom with love and affection this Mother’s Day. Pixabay

Other Online Experiences include:

Cocktail Hour Jazz Club (London, United Kingdom)

Bring the Flavors of India to Life at Home (New Delhi, India)

The Meditative Art of Forest Bathing (Sintra, Portugal)

Make Cheese with a Mama Goat & Her Kid (Malibu, California)

Showstopping Brunch with a Food Star (Los Angeles, California)

Pancake Flip-Along for a Good Cause (San Francisco, California)

Mind & Body MasterClass with an Olympian (Frisco, Texas)

Learn to Collage with a Barcelona Artist (Barcelona, Spain)

Hand Lettering and Modern Calligraphy (Grosse Pointe, Michigan)

Sake Secrets from Japan’s Oldest Brewery (Tokyo, Japan)

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To celebrate the special woman in your life, guests can opt for private bookings, all from the comfort and safety of home. Experiences for Mother’s Day are now available at airbnb.com/online-experiences and are led by expert hosts from various cities across the world, including Barcelona, New Delhi, Singapore, New York, Miami, and more.

Launched in April 2020, Online Experiences unlock unprecedented access to inspiring hosts across the world, including Olympic medalists, Buddhist monks, magicians, and more. Whether its wine tasting in Portugal os making coffee with a professional coffee taster, your mum ad you have the chance to connect with new people and travel virtually, all from the comfort of their own living room. (IANS)


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