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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 […]

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 […]

A Short History of Glamping Tents

Glamping sounds new and snazzy, but in reality, glamping goes back, way back. Although not known by its current moniker, sleeping outdoors with some comforts is a tradition shared by kings and tribesmen of centuries past. For thousands of years, nomadic people — Bedouins, Berbers, Arabs and Kurds — have basically lived outdoors with the […]

A Glamping Accommodation Guide For The Experiential Traveler

In this ever-changing world we must try to keep up with what’s modern, popular and safe for our environment. Many of us want to experience a vacation getaway worth the time and money, something new and social media worthy. But with so many glamping options out there, how do you choose? Well, the best way […]

8 Winter Activities To Experience On Your Next Glamping Trip

Winter is a time of year where sometimes all you want to do is curl up under a blanket, eat soup, and drink hot cocoa, but it’s actually the most perfect time to get outside and try new things. Here are nine winter adventure activities I’ve experienced and you should too on your next snow-covered […]