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Top 5 Glamping Spots around the World

Top 5 Glamping Spots around the World. Image via Glamping Hub supplied

Why camp when you can glamp.

Move over hotels, chalets, camping and everything in between, glamping is in and here to stay. If you’re in search of unique, luxury, outdoor accommodation, you’ve come to the right place. Partnering with Glamping Hub, the universal booking experience site with over 30,000 accommodations across 115 countries, we’re here to find the perfect glamping experience just for you.

With over 27 types of glamping on offer, we’ve shortlisted the five most luxurious glamping spots around the world to make life that little bit easier. Let’s get glamping!

Coral Bay, United States Virgin Islands

Nestled within the Virgin Islands, off the coast of Puerto Rico, explorers will find Coral Bay, renowned for its breathtaking waters that surround the lush inland. Perched cliffside, guests can escape to one of the world’s best glamping spots. Sitting at tree level, the two-storey luxury villa features running water, electricity and a fully equipped kitchen, plus a spacious verandah, outdoor shower and a jacuzzi. Perfect for a romantic getaway, you’ll definitely fall in love with the view and the Virgin Islands upon your stay.


Ko Yao Noi, Thailand

Found on Ko Yao Noi, an island northeast of Phuket, travellers will find one of Thailand’s most luxurious glamping spots. Taking glamping to a new level, the luxury tent villa not only comfortably sleeps 14 guests, but it also boasts an exquisite view that’s best encapsulated by the private pool. Surrounded by natural forest, the tent also features a dining room, lounge room, king sized beds, a fully equipped bathroom, a fire pit and even Wi-Fi for those who love to stay connected. If you love going above and beyond, this is for you.


Monthey, Switzerland

If you’re looking for the ultimate escape, this is it. Perfect year-round, the Japanese-inspired glamping rental located in Monthey, Switzerland is the most magical way to spend your time in Europe. The dome-like structure is found 1400 metres high in the Swiss Alps and offers accommodation in the form of pods. Throughout winter, the Monthey glamping hub has its own ski slopes to enjoy on top of the indoor sauna. Throughout summer, there’s still plenty to enjoy, especially the dog-sled rides, as well as the marked trails to explore. If you’re wanting seclusion and luxury combined, this is it.


Pemba Island, Tanzania

Needing an island getaway? Well the floating water glamping cabin in Tanzania takes island getaways quite literally. Found along the east coast of Tanga, floating north of Pemba Island, travellers can escape to this sanctuary. Accommodating only two guests per visit, the floating home features electricity, air conditioning, a fully equipped bathroom, a top deck perfect for sunbathing and stargazing and the pièce de résistance, an underwater loungeroom and bedroom so you can be mesmerised by the surrounding tropical marine environment. Regardless of your reason to visit East Africa’s coastline, you cannot miss out on an experience as charismatic as this.


Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

If you’re in need of a romantic getaway, we’ve found the best glamping spot for you. Suspended amongst the treetops, along the east coast of Mexico, this hidden oasis is awaiting your arrival. Featuring a breathtaking heated infinity pool that overlooks Colomitos Cove, Bay of Banderas and surrounding mesmerising beaches, you’ll surely sink into the range of  facilities including a bathtub that overlooks the garden, a deck area to relax on and even a hammock to unwind in – combining relaxation, privacy and breathtaking views all in one.


Image via Glamping Hub, supplied.

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