The Top Tips for Planning Your Own Glamping Trip
You will have probably heard of various companies offering glamping trips – a more glamorous version of camping. If you are on a budget, then these excursions may be out of your reach. This doesn’t mean, however, that you can’t plan your very own trip instead. Here are the tips and tricks to follow to get it just right!
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Choose Comfortable Campgrounds
No two campgrounds are the same which is why it is important for you to do some research on where you will be setting up camp. Look for a relatively flat ground – a nice clearing that is close to a water source will work well.
Make sure that you can drive right up to the spot. This way, you can take a greater number of items with you, allowing you to turn your campsite into a cozier space.
Choose a Spacious Tent
A tent is a pretty significant factor in your camping experience. This is why you should make your decision carefully. First things first – choose one that is far larger than you need. For instance, need shelter for two people? Then look for woods quality tents for sale that can fit at least four. This way, you will not end up elbowing each other in the night.
Improve Your Sleeping Arrangements
Don’t settle for a regular old sleeping bag either. Look for one that is warm and well-padded. There is no need to stop there, look for a sleeping pad or even an air mattress to place underneath your sleeping bag. This will make it feel like you are sleeping in your bed back at home.
Choose the Right Cooking Equipment
Delicious and filling meals are the way to keep anyone happy on a camping trip. This is why you should invest in a proper propane stove that allows you to whip up more complex meals. If you are camping with more than one person, look for one with a larger cooking surface so that you can cook larger batches at once.
Set Up a Proper Campsite
You should consider taking another form of shelter, like a canopy. Then, set up a camping table and chairs underneath it. This can function as a dining room as well as a game room. And, if the weather gets bad, you have somewhere to escape to without needing to go back into your tent.
Create a Beautiful Ambience
The great outdoors is certainly a gorgeous view, like glamping in Koh Yao Noi, glamping in Wadi Rum or glamping in Chiang Mai, in Thailand, but you can help things along. As you are setting up your campsite, why not string lights and lanterns through the trees. This will create a soft glow that will help you to see better and also help that romantic atmosphere along.
You can also keep smaller Bluetooth speakers at various points so that you can play soft music during the night, with everyone taking turns playing DJ.
There is a lot that you can do to plan your very own DIY glamping trip. With the right ideas and a little bit of customization on your part, you will be able to plan a comfortable and cozy camping trip that everyone can enjoy.
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