If camping is a bit too rough for you, you might prefer glamping! Check out these fun, Eco-Friendly Glamping Holiday Ideas! Glamping is a luxury version of camping which still gives you the chance to be close to nature… just not too close! Many glamping accommodations are designed to be eco-friendly so if you’re looking for ways to reduce your carbon footprint you don’t have to feel too guilty about your next luxury camping adventure.
Eco-Friendly Glamping Holiday Ideas
Some of the eco-friendly features of glamping destinations include the use of renewable energy sources like solar or wind turbines, organic food, sustainable and non-toxic materials, architecture that blends with the natural surroundings,
There are many glamping sites around the world and glamping sites can range from a large, well-appointed tents, which can feel more like actual camping, to large cabins with pools, saunas, and hot tubs. The site Glamping Hub is a directory of glamping sites all over the world and includes yurts, teepees, safari tents, bell tents, tent cabins, Airstreams, tree houses, glass houses, cob houses, pineapple pods or cottages with wooden turrets! You’ll also find lots of glamping accommodation on Airbnb. The Glamping Hub even offers glamping locations for Game of Thrones’ biggest fans!
If you’re looking for real glamping, where you can still feel very in touch with nature, one of the best places is Mustang Monument Wild Horse Eco Resort in Wells, Nevada. You’ll sleep in a well-appointed teepee and you won’t have to cook over a fire, as all of your meals and beverages will be provided. The resort has a spa and offers opportunities to see wild horses in their natural environment and many adventure activities to make it a holiday you’ll never forget.
If tents or teepees are a bit too much like real camping for your taste, why not try a cabin? The El Capitan Creek in Santa Barbara, California has some beautiful cedar cabins and they also offer safari tents which look similar to yurts. All of the cabins have telephones and many added features like fireplaces, soaking bathtubs, and sleeping lofts. All of the cabins also have outdoor picnic tables, benches, grill and fire pits. Many of the cabins offer breath-taking views.
If you fancy the idea of staying in a treehouse, then try Moose Meadow Lodge in Waterbury, Vermont. They also have themed log cabins including the Teddy Bear Room, The Duck Room, Mountain View Room or the Tree House. Depending on the time of year, you might enjoy fishing, hiking or snowshoeing and sleds.
If you’re looking for a new or used vehicle for your next glamping adventure, check out the selection of vehicles at Foss Cars in Exeter, New Hampshire.
There are so many options for glamping holidays in so many beautiful places! Have you been glamping? Comment below and tell us your favorite Eco-Friendly Glamping Holiday Ideas!