Glamping, a new camper mode
Curiously serve our newsletter, which warns of a new trend among camping: the glamping. One can realize that the thing is more or less, to apply the luxury of Arabian Nights to traditional camping.
The services offered by these opulent establishments oriented niche hardly differ in appearance from those of a traditional camping. There are rooms, tents and caravans but there the similarities end. All we found in these places is painted by an extra layer of comfort.
For example, in Lanzarote Retreats offers tipi type tent, or yurt lodge lavish court instead of the classic and made from nylon hiking. The inside of these rooms is decorated with ethnic profusion and are equipped with comfortable king size beds and a private bathroom with amenities, hot water and soft towels. Perhaps to compensate for this waste and banal use of typical dwellings of nomadic peoples, these campsites of glamor take pride in having a respectful attitude to the environment. The waste therefore does not reach the point of wasting natural resources.
The Lanzarote Retreats is located in the Timanfaya National Park and makes ecotourism and sustainability one of its hallmarks.
If the European continent wealthy commoner rejected by the idea of camping seems that there are a number of initiatives to be arranged with that juicy reef clients 'excellence' in all its forms: in Málaga there is a site that focuses on luxury caravans with huge caravan equipped with everything you need to relax the body and stimulate the mind.
The integration with nature is also a key to being considered a luxury item. From tree houses Sant Hilari Sacalm in the province of Girona, which turn out to be a full call to our playful and childlike spirit to the tents to Benissa (Alicante) that seem made to accommodate the majesty of a Berber prince.
These leisure activities are by no means least, for everyone. A customer can be left about two thousand euros a week if you are hosting an ecological Lanzarote Retreats to 575 per week to spend seven days in a farm of cork and oak trees on the border between Extremadura and Portugal with all the luxury. It seems that we find prices for achuchadas masses but we want to know how camping offer evolves.
We can see that the contact with nature and being outdoors are an increasingly sought value and respect the environment wins integers as active.
And you what do you think of glamping?