People either love to going camping or they don’t. There doesn’t seem to be any in between view.
Camping is one of those amazing experiences that many adore. Getting back to nature and taking in the beautiful views while enjoying a campfire and s’mores is exhilarating to say the least. The truth is though, for many people, going deep into the wilderness to pitch a tent can be a little too rugged.
For those who love getting away from the hustle and bustle of the busy city but would rather not climb into a stuffy sleeping bag at the end of the day, there is an option. Glamping!
Glamping is quite literally an amalgamation of camping and luxury. It’s a glamourous way to enjoy the great outdoors and sleep under the stars while keeping the comforts of home.
There are many reasons to choose glamping as your next getaway, especially if you want many of the benefits of camping without any of the discomforts.
When you go glamping, you are essentially “roughing it”, but without the “roughness” part.
No need for you to bring a tent that forces you to contort into strange shapes just to enter and exit. Glamping means a tall canvas tent with room to move. Not only that but you won’t have to sleep on the ground as you will have real beds to sleep in, all while enjoying the fresh air of the great outdoors.
When you go glamping you will have access to many amenities you wouldn’t otherwise have if you went traditional camping, like electrical outlets.
Glamping can take you places that resorts and hotels just can’t. You could be waking up on a private island, or just steps away from the beach. As soon as you leave your room you will be right in the middle of nature and it doesn’t get much better than that.
Living luxuriously in a yurt, tent, teepee or cabin doesn’t have to put a large strain on your finances. In reality, glamping can turn out to be much less expensive than a hotel. Just make sure to shop around and do some research. Technically, camping can end up being quite expensive as well considering all the equipment and gear you will require. Glamping is a fantastic alternative to both camping and hotels.
Good for Beginners
When glamping, you are rarely required to bring much equipment. You won’t have to worry about remembering a rain cover or a camp stove. There are very little skills required to go glamping. This makes it perfect for beginners.
Glamping allows you to have a comfortable, cost effective outdoor experience with several different location options. When booking your next travel experience, glamping is a fantastic choice, and you don’t have to be a camping expert to enjoy it!