Glamping is a luxury type of camping that involves staying in outdoor accommodations (tents, cabins, yurts, treehouses, etc.) but having access to resort-like amenities, services, and activities. Most glampsites usually offer
- heating and cooling,
- Wi-Fi access,
- private bathroom with running water,
- room/laundry service,
- a restaurant or catering service, and so on.
Travelers choose glamping over conventional hotels to stay close to nature for an off-grid style vacation while still enjoying comfort and safety (that traditional camping can’t provide).