• Roughing It, Royally

  • Why Glamping, Travel’s Hottest Trend, Makes Sense

  • Rush Over to Mount Rushmore in 2018

  • Adventure Filled Winter Glamping

  • GLAMPING.COM Forecasts Top Five 2018 Experiential Travel Trends

  • The Cape Town effect

Roughing It, Royally

How Britain’s William and Harry see the world. From palaces and princely hotels to oil-magnate mansions and mega-yachts, members of the British royal family stay anywhere they please. But how do they prefer to experience the great outdoors? You might be surprised to find out just how down-to-earth Princes William and Harry really are — […]

Why Glamping, Travel’s Hottest Trend, Makes Sense

Why settle for the discomforts of camping when you could add amenities—like a comfy bed? Why be stuck in a hotel when nature’s beauty beckons? Glamping is the solution to a well-rounded vacation experience. Many glamping destinations are far-flung, yet some are nearby. They bring you the luxuries camping cannot and a natural world far, […]

Rush Over to Mount Rushmore in 2018

South Dakota’s Black Hills have no shortage of natural beauty. But it’s the man-made wonder— Mount Rushmore —that has captivated people for more than 70 years. And now you can enjoy the majesty of the site while luxuriating in nature within the safari-style tents Under Canvas will pitch almost under the noses of the four […]

Adventure Filled Winter Glamping

From Montana to the mountains of Russia, Switzerland or Sweden, GLAMPING.COM picks some of the winter season’s most intriguing experiences Whether you’re a Chionophile – (n): a person that enjoys cold weather, snow – or love a good reason to cozy up, the team of experts at GLAMPING.COM welcome the winter season with recommendations for […]

GLAMPING.COM Forecasts Top Five 2018 Experiential Travel Trends

Throughout the last decade, the glamourous camping or “Glamping” trend has developed into its own category of travel. Through a number of sources, the team of experts at GLAMPING.COM have refined their predictions on the top glamping travel trends – or continued growth interest areas – for 2018.     Here are five of GLAMPING.COM’s […]

Tiny Glamping at WeeCasa

I opened the door to #9 excited to see what I was about to encounter.  I felt like I was falling into Alice’s rabbit hole; everything seemed familiar yet came with slight twists.  It’s as if my world had shrunk to a tiny Wonderland. I surveyed the 135 square feet carefully, taking in all the […]

A Lakefront Island Escape in Kenya

GETTING THERE When our plane stopped at the end of a private runway at the entrance of Rusinga Island Lodge, I cheered. Throughout my travels in Kenya, getting to other glamping destinations required, in many cases, arduous and bumpy hour-long drives. After an ease-filled entry to Rusinga, I felt myself slip into island mode as […]

The Cape Town effect

Located at the tip of South Africa, Cape Town, affectionately referred to as the Mother City, is rightly considered as the gateway to Africa. But with a distinct climate, wider ethnic mix and unique culture, the Cape feels like a country of its own. Flanked by Table Mountain, Devil’s Peak, Lion’s Head and Signal Hill, […]

The Single Most Important and Underrated Factor in Travel

Let’s not sugarcoat this: Currency is synonymous with snooze-fest. But before you zone out, conjure to your mind a 90-minute massage on the beach, endless mouth watering dishes, the convenience of door-to-door service or the comfort of world-class hospitality. Now, imagine it could all be yours. Imagine that, in a single decision, you could make […]

Digital Detox in a Tulum Treehouse

Leading up to a recent last minute trip to Mexico, and my first time exploring the area of Tulum, my travel friend Megan and I spent some time researching a place to park ourselves for a few days in the Quintana Roo state. We scoured the internet seeking out unique accommodations in the main Tulum […]