40 Places to Go Glamping Around the World

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Kachi Lodge

  • Jirira, Bolivia

Kachi Lodge is an unusual experience located in Bolivia. These luxurious glamping pods have some of the most incredible and unique views in the area.

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Shipwreck Lodge

  • Mowe Bay, Namibia

Uniquely designed along the Namibia’s Skeleton Coast, the Shipwreck Lodge sits on some of the most rugged and remote African wilderness.

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Playa Viva

  • Guerrero,  Mexico

This unique Eco Resort, Playa Viva has some of the most unspoiled beauty in all of Mexico. This glamping experience is meant to provide guests with a retreat in nature without sacrificing the comforts of home.

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The Highlands

  • Ngorongoro, Tanzania

The beautiful Ngorongoro Conservation Area is surrounding the camp, home to leopard, buffalo and elephant.

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EcoCamp Patagonia

  • Torres del Paine, Chile

The Domes at EcoCamp Patagonia offer the perfect combination nature and  luxury, with the highest levels of comfort and quality.

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Sandy Pines Campground

  • Kennebunkport, Maine

Sandy Pines Campground offers a relaxing glamping experience along the beautiful coast of Maine. 

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Firelight Camps

  • Ithica, New York

Firelight Camps focus on low-impact infrastructure and natural landscaping that help sustain rural properties while providing guests with a unique and luxurious glamping experience.

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Collective Retreats

  • Vail, Colorado

Sitting on over 1,000 acres of land at Eagle Ranch, Collective Vail is the perfect spot for a relaxing get away with beautiful scenery.

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Whitepod

  • Monthey, Switzerland

The 15 domes are pitched on wooden platforms and each come equipped with a wood-burning stove, organic luxury bedding and full-service bathroom.

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Treebones Resort

  • Big Sur, California

Treebones is a premier Glamping resort that provides guests with the perfect combination of luxury and immersion in nature. Guests can enjoy all the cozy comforts of home in fully furnished tent-like yurts or opt for a campsite of their own by bringing all their own gear to camp in this beautiful location.

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Under Canvas

  • Moab, Utah

Located on 40 acres in the beautiful state of Utah, this retreat is located among deep canyons and plateaus, making for a unique glamping experience.

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Collective Governors Island

  • New York

Just a quick ferry ride from the big city lights of NYC, this unique glamping experience is nestled above historic Governors Island. Enjoy the Manhattan city skyline while relaxing at this premier glamping resort.

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Goblin Valley

  • Salt Lake City, Utah

The campground at Goblin Valley State Park consists of 25 sites and two yurts available for guests to stay in. The beautiful scenery is only one of the perks of staying here.

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Eastwind

  • Windham, New York

Eastwind Hotel + Bar is nestled in the beautiful Catskill region, featuring incredible mountain views in every direction. The ‘Lushna’, an a-frame tiny cabin is one of the luxurious options at Eastwind Hotel and provides guests with a unique and modern glamping getaway.

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Blue Sky Center

  • California

Experience the wide open vistas, dark starry skies, and expansive lands at Blue Sky Center. Amongst the high desert of California’s Central Coast, this unique retreat features Shelton Huts that make for a truly incredible glamping experience. 

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Camp'd Out

  • Malibu, California

Camp’d Out is a luxury tent company that accommodates off-the-grid locations with ease and comfort. Retreat to nature without having to sacrifice any of the luxury and comforts of home. Camp’d Out is inspired modern outdoor living, bringing both wilderness and luxury to their unique accommodations.

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Gather Greene

  • Coxsackie, New York

An open-air pavilion and 17 glamping cabins makes up Gather Greene the property in the heart of the Catskill mountains. The tiny homes are the perfect spot to retreat into nature while enjoying all the luxury and comforts of being at home.

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Kudhva

  • Cornwall, United Kingdom

The Kudhva hideouts were designed to not impact the environment while being immersed in its offerings. This architect-designed, off-grid glamping site is made up of four futuristic treehouses, an open-sided wood cabin and five hanging tree tents, each perfect for stargazing.

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Paper Bark Camp

  • Jervis Bay, Australia

Paper Bark Camp is made up of twelve unique canvas safari-style tents make up Paper Bark Camp, featuring incredible views of soaring eucalypts. Each tent features wrap-around decking and outdoor furniture, a truly luxurious glamping experience set in nature.

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Asheville Glamping

  • North Carolina

Asheville Glamping offers some of the most unique vacation experience in Beer City, USA. There’s plenty of unique stays to choose from including magical domes and a real life adult-sized treehouse. A truly unique and luxurious glamping experience.

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Capitol Reef Resort

  • Torrey, Utah

Right in the heart of Capitol Reef National Park, Capitol Reef Resort offers guests plenty of glamping lodging options that are both unique and luxurious. From luxury cabins to Conestoga wagons and teepees, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

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Capella Ubud

  • Bali, Indonesia

Located deep in the heart of lush green forests, this unique tented camp is the perfect glamping retreat to be surrounded by nature. Inspired by the early European settlers from the 1800s, Capella Ubud was created to be a tribute to their spirit of adventure.

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Camp Rockaway

  • New York

The unique accommodations at Camp Rockaway include furnished safari tents, located just steps from the ocean. The property features a communal fire pit, a picnic area, camp store, hammocks and games. The campground operates seasonally, and is open from the month of May until late October.

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Eco Camp Glenshee

Eco Camp Glenshee is a year-round glamping site set in the beautiful Southern Cairngorms at the edge of Cairngorm National Park. The property is spresd amongst 10 acres with a wildflower meadow, featuring six heated pods and two Shepherds Huts, making for a truly unique glamping experience. 

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Kalle's Inn

  • Söderudden, Finland

Kalle’s Inn offers an unforgettable visit to a breathtaking environment along the beautiful coast of Ostrobothnia in Finland. Guests can enjoy the sea, the sky and the rocky islands without needing to leave bed. A truly unique and once in a lifetime experience to be had.

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Shash Dine Ecoretreat

  • Page, Arizona

This unique Bed & Breakfast can accommodate guests year-round and provides a Navajo cultural experience. This off-grid retreat provides guests with quality canvas Bell tents, sheepherder wagons, cabins, and traditional Navajo hogans, located in beautiful northern Arizona.

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Huttopia Sutton

  • Quebec, Canada

In the heart of a beautiful forest crossed by a river at the foot of Mount Sutton, Huttopia Sutton is the perfect spot for a relaxing glamping getaway. Just 90 minutes from Montreal and a few miles from from Vermont, guests can enjoy being in nature without sacraficing the comforts of home.

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Collective Hill Country

  • Wimberely, Texas

Collective Hill Country is a retreat that overlooks the scenic Montesino Ranch in the heart of beautiful Texas Hill Country. The 225-acre ranch features an organic farm and provides every guest with all the luxurious comforts of home while remaining completely immersed in the natural beauty of nature.

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Saharian Camp

  • Merzouga, Morocco

Saharian Camp is a true luxury. The campsite includes a restaurant and private areas to lounge and hang out, in front of the highest dunes.

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Conestoga Ranch

  • Utah

Along the shores of Bear Lake just outside Garden City, Utah, Conestoga Ranch sits on 18 acres. This glamping resort is meant to make guests feel right at home and make camping easy and comfortable.

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The Resort At Paws Up

  • Montana

Sleep under the stars in nature without eliminating any of the luxury and comforts of home. Open from mid-May through mid-October, the Resort at Paws Up is North America’s premier Montana glamping resort.

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Dunton River Camp

  • Colorado

Dunton River Camp is home to 8 luxury glamping tents, all prospector or safari style, sitting on a 640 square foot wooden platform anchored to the ground. Each tent has all the amenities you could ever ask for.

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El Cosmico

  • Texas

El Cosmico is an 21 acre nomadic campground located in the state of Texas. The campground offers guests a cozy shelter, daily entertainment, hands-on activities, and full access to the beautiful high plains desert.

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Autocamp

  • California

AutoCamp is a unique type of outdoor lodging and an experience that’s unlike any other. It features modern and luxurious Airstream accommodations at thee California property.

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Red Kite Tree Tent

  • Wales, United Kingdom

This unique glamping accomodation is approached across a private bridge over a stream, held high in the trees. The tent is uniquely decorated inside, featuring a a log-burning stove, making for a super cozy glamping experience.

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Comrie Croft

  • Scotland

This relaxed farmstead offers Nordic tents and 2 separate hostels, and is roughly 4 miles from the spa town of Crieff.

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Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort

  • Finland

This is one of Lapland’s most famous resorts, best known for its igloo glass domes. The domes offer clear and beautiful views of the aurora  night sky and the resort also offers husky sledging, and reindeer sleigh rides.

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Ice Hotel

  • Sweden

Ice Hotel is a hotel entirely made up of snow and sculpted blocks of ice, making for a truly unique and unforgettable once in a lifetime experience.

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Terra Glamping

  • East Hampton, NY

Just ten minutes from downtown East Hampton in  Cedar Point County Park, Terra Glamping is East Hamptons most unique glamping luxury experince.

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Under Canvas Tucson

  • Arizona

This one-of-a-kind glamping experience is located in of Tucson’s most breathtaking desert landscapes. Each luxurious safari tent and tipi is placed on Tanque Verde Ranch over 60,000 acres. 

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The Castle House Estate

  • Joshua Tree, CA

The ultimate glamping yurt experience, featured on HGTV: The Castle House Estate is located in the heart of Joshua Tree and minutes from the National Park.

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Rusty Can Ranch

  • Joshua Tree, CA

Rusty Can Ranch sits on 10 acres of land nestled between the rocky desert mountains, Guests can enjoy the peace and quiet watching amazing sunsets or admiring the beautiful starlit sky at night.

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Luna Vista Ranch

  • Joshua Tree, CA

Stay in a unique bohemian yurt and watch the stars at night all while sleeping in the comfort of a bed. The property sits on several expansive acres full of Joshua Trees and with views of the surrounding mountains. 

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Esko's Cabin One

  • Inari, Finland

Gaze up at the Arctic night sky in the warmth of your heated sleeping pod, a truly unique and out of this world glamping experience in Finland.

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Camp Kátur

  • North Yorkshire

Camp Kátur is an off grid glamping experience in North Yorkshire set on 250 beautiful 250 acres on Camp Hill Manor Estate. Camp Kátur features safari tents, tipis, bell tents, hobbit Pods, geodomes, and unidomes for guests to enjoy.

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