The old fart’s top travel story today is about people who pay big bucks to go camping in style, also known a ‘glamping’. For those not in the know, glamping, also known as luxury camping or glamorous camping, is that refined escape that you’ve been meaning to take. It’s a little break from the hustle and bustle to pamper yourself in a place far, far away. I got all fired up about the subject this morning after coming across an article about a cabin rental next to Hawaii’s Volcano National Park that’s being offered on the Gamping Hub. First off, renting a cabin and such ain’t my idea of ‘camping’. And, no matter how darn well appointed and darn luxurious it is, sleeping in a wooden box right next to a giant fire pit called a ‘volcano’ ain’t my idea of either intelligent, or enjoyment. But then, I reckon that I’m just kind of funny that way.
Renting A Cabin And Such Ain’t My Idea Of Camping
Now when it comes to glamping, no one makes it easier than than the folks at Glamping Hub who offer luxury camping accommodations. It’s like the Trivago of glamping for destination vacationers, where people can find deals on renting tree houses, cubes, igloos, villas, cottages, cabins, yurts, teepees, tiny houses, and more. And for those who like to camp in multiple locations, there are a number of RV and camper rentals who take glamping on the road. And, glamping would not be complete with a fine dining experience, so there are even websites that help you find a chef.
Extremely Unique Accommodations With Amazing Backdrops
Glamping’s a one-of-a-kind experience that allows you to choose extremely unique accommodation with an amazing backdrop, providing the experience of a lifetime without sacrificing an ounce of comfort. The possible adventures while glamping are endless; hiking, mountain biking, whitewater rafting, canoeing, animal watching, and wine tasting are just a few. Glamping Hub says it’s a family that shares a passion for getting back to nature in style. Their motto, “Embrace Uniqueness” is evident in the diversity of their outdoor accommodations and commitment to providing memorable glamping experiences.
The cost of glamping depends on location, accommodation and services offered. Prices normally range from as little as $100 per night, to many, many times that amount. Unlike travel glamping, which can use available campsites along the way, reservations for glamping locations are a must, and most have to be made very far in advance. So pack that caviar, formal wear and jewels, because the great wild yonder is filled with wonder… like me wondering what the hell’s wrong with you.
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