Planning your next vacation? Make certain you consider glamping as an option.
Here are 7 reasons why.
1. Glamping locations tend to be located in the most beautiful parts of the country, often in spots where hotels and resorts can’t go.
Imagine Waking Up To These View?
Rockwater Secret Cove Resort and Spa offers unique Tenthouse Suite accommodations on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia Canada. Nestled in the arbutus trees, overlooking Secret Cove, each suite opens onto an endless expanse of Pacific Ocean.
2. Return to a a simpler way of living. You are practically one with nature, almost living outdoors, yet without giving up luxury creature comforts.
River Dance Lodge in Idaho, features luxurious glamping tents and a range of outdoor adventures including horseback riding, rafting, biking, fly-fishing, hiking and simply being in nature.
3. Glamping isn’t limited to traditional “out of the way” campsites. New glamping areas feature stunning beachfront locations, guest ranches, mountain retreats.
Pinnacle Camp situated on a bluff overlooking the confluence between the Blackfoot River and Elk Creek is a truly special camp that offers its guests one of the most spectacular views around.
5. Glamping is about the experience – it’s a way to truly experience the best of life. The best that nature has made and the best luxuries created by man. Glamps tend to offer you the amenities of 5 star resorts, some even including your own Glamping Concierge.
Beautifully Appointed Interiors
Glacier Under Canvas is located in one of the most breathtaking spots in the world. 7 miles from Glacier National Park, where peaks reach to the sky, glaciers move the earth, waterfalls carve rocks, and the wildlife roam free, as they always have.
6. Privacy and connection to the rhythm of nature. Luxury in nature, amongst the trees, hearing the sounds, sights and smells, that are missed when staying at a traditional resort.
Treehouses designed by Kevin Mooney and Pete Nelson. Animal Planet and The Discovery Channel filmed the building of one of the tree houses and it was shown on a show called Tree House Masters.
7. No setting up shop. Camping typically brings to mind tents, hard grounds, uncomfortable nights, wet sleeping bags, chilly feelings, annoying insects, dirt, hauling equipment and getting a fire started. Gone are those days. Glamping is about sleeping in a world-class bed, in a warm and beautiful accommodation, surrounded by the healing sounds of nature.
Perhaps the worlds premiere, luxury dude-ranch experience. Personal yet sophisticated, Siwash is dedicated to the most discerning travelers, adventurers and active travelers seeking freedom, and a life-enriching experience.
Things to consider when going glamping.
There is no “one size fits all” definition for glamping. Different locations offer varying services. Where you sleep will also vary depending on the glamp. Some glamping resorts features canvas safari-style tents, others yurts, to teepees, trailers and tree houses.
Experiential travel comes alive at El Capitan Canyon situated minutes from Santa Barbara. Just bring you and your bags and experience the Californian Riviera at this beautiful glamping resort.
The one thing that is the same is that these offerings are designed to be comfortable and luxurious. Structures typically are very sturdy, set atop platforms, keeping you and your guests off the ground. Amenities vary, though often include: high quality beds and linens, beautiful bathroom facilities, heaters, down duvets, rugs, pre-made fires, morning coffee service and built at the best locations in the most beautiful parts of North America.