The experience of camping in a glamorous fashion is known as glamping. There are scores of people that love to do camping the traditional way but are wary of the inconveniences that go with it. The idea of putting up with bugs, cooking with minimum facilities, using the outdoors for a bathroom, and having to deal with other related issues makes camping not so inviting to a lot of folks. Fortunately, there is the concept of glamping which offers the excitement of camping in the middle of nowhere, together with almost all the modern conveniences that one is used to back home.

Glamping is almost like having a holiday in a five-star resort right in the middle of the wilderness. There are a large number of glamping sites in various regions around the world. These sites are run either by individuals, families or companies to cater to the needs of campers who like to enjoy their holiday in style. They take care of setting up the tents, cooking their guests' favorite gourmet meal, cleaning up the dishes, and then leaving to allow their guests to enjoy privacy in the solitude of quiet and serene camping space.

Glamping can be enjoyed by anyone with almost no camping skills since most of the technical issues are taken care of by the host. Even the elderly and people with limited mobility, who would otherwise find it impossible to experience a traditional camping trip can truly enjoy glamping due to its luxurious facilities. It also offers a safe and comfortable way to enjoy the great outdoors. Families with small kids can also love glamping experience.

Just as costs vary according to the level of luxury offered in a traditional hotel, clamping sites come in different price ranges based on the kind of facilities they provide. The location of the glamping site also dictates the price in a few cases. A three-night stay in one of the sites can cost as much as a couple of thousand dollars. But when the site offers facilities like walk-in tents, luxurious beds with warm blankets and crisp sheets, gourmet food, outdoor activities like horseback riding, fishing, kayaking, hiking, and wildlife-watching, it is well worth the price.

People who plan on a camping trip can now try a Glamping trip instead. They can enjoy the same excitement that comes with camping but can do it in style.

Author's Bio: 

Shishir Del Rio is a guest blogger, having his blogs published on various sites including Huff Post. He loves to watch documentary movies and travel across different countries to explore new places. Moreover, He is Google AdWords & Analytics certified partner having more than 9 year SEO & Digital marketing experience.)