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Top 10 Best Glamping Grounds In The World

Nov. 03, 2020

What is glamping? What is unique about it? "Glamping" is becoming more and more popular because it combines the fun of camping with the comfort of a hotel. Glamping sites are all well-maintained semi-permanent or permanent structures, which means there will be fewer crawlers and therefore more material enjoyment. In this way, you no longer have to stand up a leaky tent alone on a night of wind, rain, lightning and thunder. You only need to stay in a newly decorated cabin or a ready round tent. Lie on a soft big bed, or on a pacing carpet, or even enjoy the fun of returning to nature when you have dinner at the table. Lying at night under the starry sky has never been so comfortable. With these 10 luxury campsites, whether in a treehouse or a tent, you no longer need to sleep with a scorpion!

Treehotel, Sweden

The Treehotel in Sweden is a hotel located deep in the forest in northern Sweden. The hotel is disguised as a multi-dimensional mirror. Inspired by Jonas Selberg's "Tree Lovers", and with the help of top Swedish architects, the owner of this hotel created a "treehouse" with artistic beauty and environmental protection. The hotel’s cabins are of different styles, including bird’s nests, spaceships, and even cabins inspired by dragonfly wings. If your travel time is very suitable (the best period is from September to March), you may be lucky enough to have a glimpse of the magical northern lights above the pine trees.

Treehotel, Sweden

Australia, Sal Salis

If there is a paradise in the world, it might be like Sal Salis: a hunting camp in the dunes of Cape Ridge National Park in Australia, where the scenery of Ningaloo Coral Reef is spectacular. The camp has a beautiful environment and uses renewable resources. In addition, there is no internet and no telephone signal, so it becomes a paradise for people to escape the stress of daily life. From the white sand beach and crystal clear turquoise water that you can see from the bottom of your head, to the shining stars above your head... What else do you want for such a beautiful view? Being in Australia can be a relief and enjoy the most extreme wildness here!

Australia, Sal Salis

Chile, Patagonia, Torres del Paine

The sustainable tourist resort in the heart of Torres del Paine National Park resembles a luxurious camping paradise. Believe Skyscanner, if you spend a night in an ecologically balanced dome building, admire the snow-capped mountains outside the window, and feel the fjords and glaciers within reach, you will definitely linger. The hotel has 25 guest rooms and some shared "community dome", where you can enjoy food, or take a break and plan your own hiking trip. It is a must-see place for camping.

Chile, Patagonia, Torres del Paine

Spain, Lanzarote, Lanzarote Retreats

Let us escape the hustle and bustle of city life and the crowded tourists on the coast and head towards the rural eco-tourism resort of Lanzarote! Here, people can take a nap among wind- and solar-powered yurts, admire the Balinese decorations, and indulge in the vast volcanic landscape. The icing on the cake is that Lanzarote Retreats is close to one of the most pristine coastlines of the island, Arrieta Beach.

Spain, Lanzarote, Lanzarote Retreats

Switzerland, Whitepod

The 15 igloos located on the Swiss mountainside belong to five-star hotels. They are a place to enjoy nature outside the ski slopes. The sunny and snowy days here can be fun. If you don’t want to enjoy the comfort of a big bed and admire the scenery of the Alps, then outdoor activities are sure to keep you open all year round-such as summer, beautiful mountain trips, high cliff skydiving and pony riding, winter Skiing and dog sledding.

Switzerland, Whitepod

United Kingdom, Roundhouse Theatre

This round cottage in the Cornish forest is an Iron Age house structure. Its fireplace, Egyptian cotton and linen and canopy bed will allow you to quickly enter vacation mode, and then enjoy the tranquility brought by the singing of birds outside the window. After bathing and relaxing, enjoy the coolness and faint smell of the sea in Cornwall from St Ives to the west of the vast beaches of Botallack.

United Kingdom, Roundhouse Theatre

Canada, Clay Wilderness Resort

As Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Reynolds honeymoon (not to mention you don’t even know this), this simple resort on Vancouver Island can only pass through Vancouver’s water Arriving by plane (or arriving by boat in the town of Tofino). The tents here combine modern beauty with the vicissitudes of ancient times, yet the charm is undiminished. In addition, it is connected to a vast pine forest, allowing you to enjoy the ultimate beauty of Canada.

Canada, Clay Wilderness Resort

Living Well Centre, Hobbit House, United Kingdom

Want to stay in the Middle East? In the counties of central England—sorry, in Cornwall—you can stay in a house more like a work of art. Hobbit House is a round house, big windows, green grass climbing, through the windows you can see the beautiful scenery around, just like your own private small garden. The hot spring treatment within reach will make your stay more peaceful and peaceful.

Living Well Centre, Hobbit House, United Kingdom

Montana, Paws Up Resort, United States

The resort is located in a vast estate with an area of 37,000 hectares. Surrounded by the pristine wildness of Montana, this luxurious tent takes the camping experience to new heights. There are neat rows of tents on both sides of the stream. The comfortable soft beds and bathrooms give the feeling of a five-star hotel and a dreamlike ranch life.

Montana, Paws Up Resort, United States

Longitude 131°, Australia

Vacationing at a longitude of 131° is a wonderful sensory experience. In the morning, open your sleepy eyes and you can see the sacred red Monte Uluru outside the window, one of the most iconic landscapes in the inland of Australia, and experience a true camping holiday. You can also enjoy this iconic beauty through the floor-to-ceiling windows of the hotel, and then return to the wooden house in the canopy when night falls to end the day of camping. Lying on the comfortable bed in the tent, you can see the most stars in the world.

Longitude 131°, Australia