There is a fine difference between Glamping and Camping. Camping means bringing only the necessities while Glamping is very much the same, but with some style. Following, we are going to explain the important elements that make a glamping experience. So, make sure they are on your packing list.
A Gorgeous Campsite
Obviously, you can’t glamp without a gorgeous site. Fortunately, there is no shortage of great sites. You need to find a back to nature site that has something more than a filed. There is no point in spending a fortune to get great camping sites.
Keep your necessities in mind like electricity, bathroom, washing area, ho water, and soothing surrounding. A forest will never disappoint you.
Easy to Manage yet Spacious Tent
Choosing the right tent can make a real difference. I am not going to recommend a particular brand, or product. Instead, I will emphasize the qualities that make a great tent for glamping. It should be spacious enough so you can easily stand up all around, no need to bend your neck.
It should have swinging doors with lift-able sides. Besides being enormous, it has to be light and easy to pack or move. With that said, following are a few other qualities you need to look for:
- Double Skinned to prevent leakage during rains
- Head Heights should same everywhere
- Sides should be lift-able, so you don’t get baked inside (on sunny days)
- It should be easy to set up and wind up
- The tent better features an awning, to get a separate one for your muddy footwear, and have somewhere to cook stuff
Getting a good bed during camping never fails to impress. It doesn’t matter if you sleep somewhere cold and dark, you don’t have to be miserable. So, get an inflatable mattress which isn’t too close to the ground.
Therefore, instead of getting a sleeping bag, you can invest in good out sleeping solutions, or you can just bring an old mattress. Normal bedding is much better than a sleeping bag as its more comfortable and cost saving than a sleeping bag.
You will have to adjust with space, especially moving it. But considering you are glamping, that’s no longer an issue as you are practically hoarding stuff around you.
Meal times can make or break your camping experience. When you are talking about “Glamping,” you need to raise the bar. You better make a classy menu with bacon and eggs for breakfast, Fish for lunch, and BBQ for dinner. Get a cool box with you to keep things fresh. If you can, pack a freezer as well.
Pack every candle you want because the only nicest place you find will be under the stars wrapped in your blanket and surrounded by scented candles. If you camp for a few days, then you need something that won’t run out of juice. So you better pack a set of LED solar powered lights for the night.