If you enjoy camping in tents among nature but also appreciate the comfort of resort-style services, glamping is an ideal summer selection for you.
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What is Glamping?
Camping is often affectionately aligned with a lack of comfort. The outdoors might be swarming with mosquitoes, or you may have to jump up and escape your tent at midnight because rainwater is seeping in. A new trend is catching on, however, one that offers outdoor enthusiasts an upgrade on rest and recreation. What does glamping mean? Glamping is a relatively new term combining glamour and camping. In a tent, yurt, airstream, pod, igloo, hut, villa, cabin, cube, teepee or tree-house, glamping is a way to experience the great outdoors without sacrificing safety and luxury.
Glamping allows you to interact with nature and escape from the hustle and bustle of the city to relax. Families and friends can come together under a wide open sky.
Modern comforts and privacy
It is a true luxury to spend the night in a grand, furnished wooden tent with a private swimming pool and a view of the sunset over the United Arab Emirates’s immense desert, or to survey the grasslands and hear wild animals outside your tent at the Masai Mara Natural Reserve in Kenya. Warwick Castle, a famous glamping site in England, takes visitors back to the past and offers opportunities to learn fencing and archery and live like royalty in tents designed to resemble the quarters of Middle Age aristocracy.
Though glamping does not have one set of standards, many glamping locations share similar accommodations, including luxurious cabins, tree-houses, igloos or tents decorated both inside and outside. Amenities at glamping destinations far exceed anything recreational campers experience. Glamping also incorporates modern technology, allowing tourists to feel at home even though they are at the seaside or in a secluded forest.
Privacy is a top priority in glamping. Tents are often isolated, giving you a private space to enjoy your company and the natural environment. Many glamping locations also offer entertainment options such as horse riding, fishing, diving, mountaineering, kayaking and archery. You also can enjoy BBQ, sip champagne and listen to music under the stars.
Where to go glamping in Vietnam
CoCo Beach Camp
One of the finest glamping destinations in Vietnam is CoCo Beach Camp in Lagi, Binh Thuan Province, 160 km from Ho Chi Minh City. The camp offers an unforgettable vacation experience—glamping on the beach in Boho, Gypsy and Rustic style tents, eating delicious food and drinks, and falling asleep to the murmur of waves. The tents at Coco Beach are equipped with portable air conditioners. Each tent has a capacity of five to 15, making them suitable for couples, families and groups of friends.
Lu Glamping is another glamping site, located 33 km from Phan Thiet, near the seaside of Ke Ga, Binh Thuan Province. Lu Glamping provides various types of accommodations, including tents, containers and cocoon rooms. In addition, Lu Glamping offers activities such as diving and viewing corals, jetskiing, and ATV rentals.
Tanyoli Adventurous Sports Tourist Area
If you want to experience a nomadic lifestyle in Mongolian-style tents, come to the Tanyoli Adventurous Sports Tourist Area, located on a beautiful coastal road in Ninh Thuan Province, about 345 km from Ho Chi Minh City and 120 km from Nha Trang. Here you can experience mountaineering and rent sand vehicles and Utilities Task Vehicles (UTV). You can practice archery, conquer the resort’s yellow sand hill, go kayaking, go grass sliding and swim on Ninh Thuan’s beautiful beaches.
Glamping is a perfect choice for outdoor enthusiasts. Stay on the beach, in the grasslands or in the forests and enjoy services focused on complete comfort. Where do you want to experience glamping this summer?