Glamping - the most luxurious tent accommodations around the world

Forget everything that you associate with camping. No gas cooker, no leaking air mattress, no wet sleeping bag. That was once in the past!

Glamorous camping or just Glamping has really only the tent as a connecting, traditional element. Everything else is pure 5-star luxury and that combined with the possibilities that result from the integration into the surrounding, close-to-the-palpable landscape and nature. Always new and everywhere else. It is not for nothing that glamping is therefore very much in vogue and in many places more than an alternative to the well-known high-quality accommodation forms - a new dimension of experience in travel. But glamping is not everywhere, where glamping is on it. Here are our Top 7 Glampings around the world.

1. Glamping in Oman - Hud Hud Camps

Hud Hud is constantly rebuilding his tents in the Omani desert - for every customer. Sometimes in the Wahiba Sands desert in the north, in the Empty Quarter in the south or in other hidden places. These include sleeping tents with real beds and real mattresses, crisp cotton sheets, feather pillows, and traditional Arabic furniture. It also has its own open-air bath tent with sink, shower, soft towels and a selection of local fine soaps and lotions.

Each camp also has a large Majlis, a kind of living room tent decorated in a traditional style with pillows and rugs, books, boules and board games. Only solar powered lamps, candles, oil lamps and campfires are used.

The gourmet dinner, prepared by the personal chef, is a magical experience when served under the incomparable starry sky next to a crackling fire with matching glasses, porcelain crockery, candles and linen tablecloths. Best conditions to become a unite with the desert, the stars and yourself.


© Image http://www.hudhudtravels.com/

© Image http://www.hudhudtravels.com/

2. Glamping in Australia at Ayers Rock / Uluru - Longitude 131 °

Luxury in the Middle of Nowhere. In the middle of Australia's Outback, within sight of the world's most famous red rock are 15 canvas-covered luxury tents offering the highest levels of comfort. A range of options will bring the culture and philosophy of this magical region closer, with the safari cart on request, the mountain bike, the helicopter, on the camel, on a Harley-Davidson or walking guided by an aboriginie. Far from the flow of tourists, one has the feeling at the end of the day that the Uluru or Ayers Rock only shines for oneself, when it turns deep red in the evening sun in the evening, while relaxing yourself on the terrace of the tent or private dinner the surrounding dune sits. You can feel the infinite vastness of this unique continent, but at the same time that of the universe above you.


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© Image https://longitude131.com.au/

3. Glamping on Vancouver Island / Canada - Clayoquot Wilderness Resort

On Vancouver Island near the small town of Tofino, the unique Clayoquot Wilderness Resort is located in the Canadian wilderness. Already arrival and departure by seaplane and horse-drawn carriage are fascinating. The 20 luxury tents are surrounded by the beautiful Canadian nature and combine generous luxury with a simple and traditional design. In addition to rest and relaxation it is also provided for fun and adventure - whale watching, kayaking or mountain biking, horseback riding, climbing or clay pigeon shooting, the recreational opportunities are almost inexhaustible. Afterwards a massage in the Healing Grounds is welcome. The culinary art is an absolute highlight of the camp. Local products and the creativity of top chefs conjure unforgettable tastes - best Canadian cuisine in a beautiful setting, often accompanied by stylish live piano music.


© Image https://wildretreat.com/

© Image https://wildretreat.com/

4. Glamping in Botswana - Wilderness Safaris Mombo Camp

The recently renovated Mombo Camp is located in the Okavango Delta, amidst the Moremi Game Reserve on Combo Island. Surrounded by wide and open flood plains and hidden under the huge shade of mangosteen trees it is a small paradise. The locals call the area "The Place of Plenty" because of their abundance of wildlife, which can be seen from the veranda of one of the nine luxurious tent suites. Inside the tented suites, a living room, separate bedroom and bathroom, indoor and outdoor showers, and a copper and brass bath tub add to the Wilderness ideal of responsible luxury. A variety of safaris and activities bring this fascinating nature and wildlife closer. Mombo is considered one of the world's best hotspots for wildlife viewing. In addition to the frequently sighted leopard, hyenas, elephants, buffaloes, giraffes and other wildlife live here. Thanks to the sustainable concept of the combo, the rare black and white rhinos in the wild of Botswana feel at home again and reproduce.


© Image https://www.wilderness-safaris.com/camps/mombo-camp

© Image https://www.wilderness-safaris.com/camps/mombo-camp

5. Glamping in Montana / USA - The Ranch at Rock Creek

On this ranch man / woman can fulfill childhood dreams. Already the name of one of the noble tents "Trapper Cabin" is program. The decor is true to the claw foot tub Wild West, but perfectly connected with all the necessary luxury and comfort. Not for nothing they got 5 stars from the Forbes Travel Guide. The ranch provides a great deal of entertainment for adults and children - all for cowboys and cowgirls such as horseback riding, fly fishing, shooting, hiking, mountain biking, wildlife watching, geocaching and, of course, rodeo. And the palate is spoiled. Both the Granite Lodge and the Blue Canteen offer changing culinary events. The menus of both restaurants are seasonally inspired and feature local meats, vegetables and dairy products. And even for the little ones there is a special - the Little Grizzlies Club Dinner in the Silver Dollar Saloon. No wonder many celebrities choose the ranch for their private and family occasions.


© Image https://www.theranchatrockcreek.com

© Image https://www.theranchatrockcreek.com

6. Glamping in Ecuador - Galapagos Safari Camp

The Galapagos Islands stand for a herb-beautiful volcanic landscape and a unique flora and fauna. Embedded in all of this sustainable and perfect, the Galapagos Safari Camp is an ideal ecological fit to its surroundings. Environmental friendliness is very important. Cultivation of local cocoa plants, use of purified rainwater, home-grown food. And the staff of the camp are responsible for the reforestation and, on request, guests can also help.10 luxury tents (some also for families) on 135 hectares of land, each equipped with fine teak flooring, bespoke furniture, an en-suite -bathroom. Each attached balcony with handmade safari furniture has sea views - here you can end the day with a drink and feel the mystique of these islands. Or you can meet on the veranda of the Open Space Main Lodge (with lounge, library, fireplace and bar), which is elevated on a hill with a wonderful panoramic view. This is also a place to let perhaps the impressions from one of the diverse landsafaris to Santa Cruz or on one of the uninhabited neighboring islands pass over.


© Image http://www.galapagossafaricamp.com

© Image http://www.galapagossafaricamp.com

7. Glamping in Namibia - Wolwedan's Dune Camp

Amidst the deep red dunes of NamibRand, one of southern Africa's largest private nature reserves, lies the exclusive Wolwedans Dunes Lodge. Unspoilt nature and a rustic, unique atmosphere make for an unforgettable adventure and living experience. The luxurious chalet tents stand on a 250 meter high dune, are built on wooden platforms and provided with roll-up tarpaulins, which allows to spend the night under the stars. Only a total of 12 guests enjoy the peace of the desert in a crackling fire and in the light of the setting sun.

In one of the two dining rooms you will be spoiled by the kitchen team with local and international delicacies. Nestled in a magnificent, unspoiled landscape, the Wolwedans Dunes Lodge offers a wide range of experiences. Follow the footsteps of the Bushmen on foot or on horseback. Take the safari cart and have a picnic with the experienced local guide to learn about the secrets of the desert. Or admire the breathtaking beauty of the desert at the Scenic Flight from a bird's eye view, maybe even loud and weightless with the hot air balloon.


© Bild http://www.wolwedans.com/

© Bild http://www.wolwedans.com/

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