NBC’s Glamping on Mount Diablo

On the recent NBC, Worth the Trip Article, they chronicle a four day glamping trip over Diablo’s 30 mile trail.

If you can stow away your technology and get away from daily stresses, this four day trip will help you connect further with nature to be able to see Mount Diablo at it’s finest.

During this glamping excursion, the staff will haul your gear as well as set up your new camp while local chef’s create on the spot gourmet meals.

Too enjoy more than just an amazing view, the wildflowers of Mount Diablo bloom between April 29-May 2.

The wildflowers have a special story to tell, they still bloom through encountering the Morgan Fire of 2013.

Connect with nature and delve into Mount Diablo’s history, character and delights on a wonderful four day glamping trip.

For more on Mount Diablo, check out NBC’s article: Glamping on Mount Diablo; Spend four days “gently roughing it” in the flower-pretty countryside.

To register on this four day trip go to: http://www.savemountdiablo.org/activities_events_4days.html





Clayoquot Opens Its Doors to Camp Cloud

Clayoquot Wilderness Resort has been around for many years, as a premiere glamping destination.

Located near the village of Tofino in Vancouver Island, Canada, the resort is accessible by a scenic 45 minute private seaplane transfer from Vancouver, BC., or a 30 minute boat ride from Tofino.

The Clayoquot resort is now opening its doors to Camp Cloud.

Sitting 4,500 feet above sea level, Camp Cloud is guaranteed to take your breath away!

After a helicopter drops guests off, a personal guide will hike with guests around the remote mountain lake.

When the hike is over, a private chef will prepare a delicious five-course gourmet meal under the stars.

Guest sleeping comforts include bamboo linens, down duvets with propane heating and turn down service.

To end the incredible one-night stay, enjoy a continental breakfast filled with items of your choosing, and take the rest of the morning to go for a dip or soak up the solitude.