Have you ever wanted to drop everything and travel the world?
Thankfully, today it is possible. And, you don’t have to spend a fortune either in order to live and experience life as it was meant to be. You don’t even have to deal with the crowds in lodges and backpackers villages. How is all that possible? Glamping!
These 4 glamping destinations offer peaceful and serene environments, and breathtaking scenery.
La Forge de Montolieu, France
Glamping Options: Tents
Bienvenue – welcome to La Forge de Montolieu in Languedoc-Roussilon, France. Situated on an exquisite piece of real estate, this 41-acre property is home to a crystal lake, a calm river, charming waterfalls and plush gardens. If you’re planning on glamping in France anytime soon, La Forge de Montolieu should definitely be on your list on places to visit. Prices start at $125 per night.
Rockwater Secret Cove Resort, Canada
Glamping Options: Tents, cabins, lodges
If you’re planning a romantic getaway, be it your honeymoon or anniversary, this is the place to reserve. It’s exquisite, well-designed and tastefully furnished. Rockwater Secret Cove Resort is aptly named and great for those looking for a remote area. Yet there’s still plenty to do including taking walks around the pristine area, enjoying the resort’s calm serenity, and marveling over the breathtaking views of the Malaspina Straits. You can delight in all this and more at a starting price of $228 per night.
Ikurangi Eco Retreat, Cook Islands
Glamping Options: Tents, cottages, huts
Even if you can’t go to the Cook Islands, lose yourself in the beauty of the Ikurangi Eco Retreat website. If you can go, this safari-inspired glamping destination is on Rarotonga Island in the South Pacific. The eco-resort is surrounded by lush tropical plants and sits at the foot of the majestic Mount Ikurangi. While there you have the option of three different types of luxury accommodation; a glamping tent, huts, or cottages. Each offers a unique experience and is perfectly furnished with modern-day amenities and comforts.
Birdsnest Glamping, New Zealand
Glamping Options: Tents
Far away from the noise of the city and masses of people, in a 20 acre bush, lies a hidden gem called Birdsnest Glamping. This perfectly named glamping destination features tents with queen-size beds, bathrooms with hot running water, flushing toilets, and solar-powered lights. You can also prepare your own delicious meals thanks to a covered kitchen with a BBQ and bench-top stove. If you’re looking for a suitable place to get away from it all for a weekend, a week, or a month, you can’t beat Birdsnest Glamping. You can enjoy all of this for only $150 per night.
After reading through this list of glamping destinations, don’t you feel like you could leave everything behind to go and experience something new? If the answer is yes, there’s a clamping tent awaiting your arrival. Don’t hesitate to book a glamping trip today. It should be on everyone’s bucket list. It’s a trip that will definitely change your life, and it’s worth every penny spent.
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