Anything but ordinary. A Glamping Experience you will not forget!

Written by: Alexandria Autrey

None of our glamping accommodations are ordinary, and we devote all our efforts to making sure that there is an out of the box glamping experience to suit everyone.  From treehouses that sit high above the ground to pods that sit on the side of the mountain, the most difficult part of any glamping exursion by far is choosing a destination.  To make things a little easier, we’ve made a list of 10 unique properties so that picking your glamping destiantion is that much easier.  Take a look at these neat places to stay to get inspired for your next glamping adventure.  A stay in one of our stunning luxury and nature filled accommodations will give you a one of a kind experiences you will not forget.  We'll give you a fair warning, it will be anything short of amazing!  Check out some of our wanderlust destinations.

JapaMala Resort


Japamala is best described as an eco-luxe resort, an unadulterated way of life -'fashionably rustic' boutique resort - known for the intimacy generated here between man and nature. Emerging from the wilderness like individual nests 13 rooms are hidden amidst 11 acres of lush tropical rainforest.

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The Resort at Paws Up


At the crossroads of incomparable luxury and unspoiled wilderness lies The Resort at Paws Up. A luxury ranch resort situated on a sprawling 37,000-acre authentic working cattle ranch in western Montana. Whether you choose an expansive private home or a sophisticated, safari-style luxury tent, Paws Up provides an unfiltered connection with the natural beauty of Montana amidst a landscape of impeccable rustic elegance and comfort.

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Utsav Camp


Experience the wild heart of the Rajasthan’s forests with services beyond compare. Utsav camp Rustic yet divine Safari Lodge, in Alwar which exudes the romance and beauty of a bygone age whilst offering every modern-day comfort and convenience. This is a unique, personalised adventure that offers you a detailed insight into the complex and fascinating ecosystem of the Northern Indian subcontinent.

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The Natural Curacao


The Natural Curacao is a natural resort where clothing is optional for everyone who is fond of peace and quiet, loves nature, likes diving, lives freely and does not like mass tourism. This resort is located at one of the most beautiful places of Curacao. Without any mass tourism you can enjoy the most beautiful beaches of Curacao nearby, lots of birds and very few mosquitos, thanks to the higher level “The Natural” is located at. If you are interested in snorkeling, diving, mountainbiking and hiking, you are in the right place. You can even ride a horse or swim with dolphins if you like. The view is outstanding and the trade winds make sure that you will not get too hot. The resort was built eco-friendly and is equipped with solar panels and a water recycling system. However, they do not offer vacations for families with children who are younger than 16 years old, because they are very fond of peace and quiet at the resort and around the swimming pool.

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Brocklands Farm


With stunning views over the beautiful Meon Valley Brocklands Farm offers a special sort of glamping experience. Two lovely safari tents sit in a spacious grassy meadow and are great for getting away from it all. Guests can access the South Downs Way from the farm and wander along the private paths. Sitting on the deck watching the sun go down while the campfire hots up is a glorious way to end a relaxing day. There are many activities locally in the South Downs National Park and historic towns such as Winchester, the ancient capital of England, and Chichester are a short drive away.

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The Lodge at Chaa Creek


Home to the longest barrier reef in the western hemisphere, Belize has long been popular with scuba divers who head to the island of Ambergris Cay to float among the manta rays, turtles, dolphins, and sharks. As of late, however, travelers are heading inland to hike in a rainforest full of parrots and butterflies, visit rarely seen Mayan ruins, and canoe along the Macal River. This is where you'll find a 365-acre nature preserve in the Cayo district called Chaa Creek. Mick and Lucy Fleming opened this eco-resort in Belize long before green was the magic word. They have grown over the past 27 years to include two dozen deluxe bungalows with thatched roofs, a more affordable mobile tent set-up with screened A-frames and communal bathrooms, and a spa that features massages and facials. But it's the grounds, with its brightly colored flowers and a forest of tall mahoganies and cedars on a hill overlooking the river that gives the locale its deep-in-the-jungle allure.

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