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5 Stunning & Regenerative Places Glamping Sites

5 Stunning & Regenerative Places Glamping Sites to Put On Your List

Glamping: A Transformative Experience Where You Get Close to Nature While Still Experiencing Luxury. Outdoor getaways can truly transform us, if done right. From sitting under the stars by an open fire to gliding along a glass lake enveloped by the greenest greens, this is the ultimate escape. Camping or “roughing it” is one option, but for those who want the transformative experience with a bit of luxury, there is nothing like Glamping.

Our team has put together a list of places we recommend to put on your list if you are looking for an unforgettable glamping experience.

Ruby Lake Resort – Madeira Park, BC, Canada

The Rainforest Tent, the most secluded and upscale of several safari-style tents at this glamping resort on British Columbia’s wonderfully picturesque Sunshine Coast, will keep you warm in the woods. By day, unwind on the lagoon-view balcony or mosquito-netted patio, and by night, stretch out in the canopied king-size bed. This resort features amazing dining options, outdoor beauty and is just 30 minutes south of Powell River BC, a truly undiscovered gem.

The Outpost – Northeast Ontario, Canada

This private camp is only accessible by floatplane and is tucked away in the heart of Temagami (‘deep water’ in Ojibway) on Lake Obabika, surrounded by ancient white pine trees and huge skies. The wall-to-wall carpeted safari-style tents are built on raised platforms and offer breathtaking vistas, as well as everything you’ll need for ultimate relaxation, including a personal chef. Outpost Co. takes pride in providing the ultimate unplugged experience, with only 48 guests allowed per year.

Located in northeast Ontario, Lake Obabika straddles the Sudbury-Nipissing District boundary and is truly a beautiful place to visit.

The Castle House Estate — Joshua Tree, CA

Electricity, queen-size mattresses with 1,600-thread-count linens, hand-loomed rugs, and pools are included in The Castle House Estate’s wonderfully crafted yurts, which seem like something you’d find at a luxury Bedouin camp in Morocco. Sure, the outdoor bathroom will take some getting used to, but we’re convinced you’ll get used to it in no time.

El Capitan Canyon — Santa Barbara CA

El Capitan, a massive vertical rock feature in Yosemite National Park, is awe-inspiring.  This stunning “Glamp Site” is surrounded by 2,500 acres of protected parkland and features three fantastic glamping options, as well as a solar-heated pool and miles of hiking paths. The yurts, which have electricity, picnic tables fashioned from fallen trees, and domed skylights that allow you to gaze at the stars without leaving your queen-size bed, are sure to be a favourite.

If you’re looking for an adventure that’s a little further afield, this luxury jungle resort in Thailand focuses on rescued elephants!

Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle - Chiang Rai, Thailand

The Four Seasons Tented Camp ticks all the boxes for nature-loving travellers yearning for far-flung isolation and adventure, from a memorable arrival by long-tail boat along the Ruak River to the property’s lovely rainforest setting.

A luxurious tented camp with handcrafted leather furnishings, hardwood floors, mosquito nettings, and hurricane lamps, themed after a 19th-century safari expedition. The hotel’s old school charm is rounded out by an antique military jeep that transports guests about the grounds.

The main allure of the camp is its isolation, as well as the activities surrounding its rescued elephants. This is an adventure that will stay in your heart forever.

These are unique adventures that will help you escape life’s stresses. There are many resources to research a glamping experience closer to home, an opportunity to unplug and refresh while still enjoying luxury dining, soft beds and the feeling of being pampered.

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