Glamping is one of the biggest travel trends to emerge in the past few years, and it stands for “glamorous camping”. If you still haven’t given it a try, early fall is a better time than ever to give it a shot, and here are three things you should know before you go.
If you don’t enjoy camping because you hate setting up a camp and sleeping outdoors, don’t despair because glamping offers a completely different experience. Tents are replaced with lush accommodations, usually cozy cabins, that feature all amenities that your heart desires.
Going on a camping adventure requires packing a bunch of stuff, ranging from camping gear, sleeping bags, camp grill, and kitchen essentials, but glamping is a different story. Everything you need will be available on the spot, so you just have to pack and hit the road.
Glamping doesn’t involve many of the things that people don’t enjoy about camping, while still holding on to the best parts. Gathering by the campfire is one of them, especially if you’re traveling with a group of people. Campfires can be especially amazing in the fall, allowing you to cozy up to the fire while you enjoy late sunsets and warm nights.