Most Luxurious Glamping Spots Around The World

Over the last decade, "glamping," short for glamorous camping, has become a staple of outdoor recreation. The whole point of glamping is to enjoy home comforts while outside. 

Get motivated by these recommendations whether you want to travel to incredible glamping resorts or create your own experience. With so many locations to go camping throughout the world, everything is possible, from finding weekend getaways near me to unusual trips overseas.

Discovery Bedu - Wadi Rum Luxury Camp, Jordan

The luxury Discovery Bedu tented camp offers an unforgettable overnight glamping experience in the heart of the Wadi Rum desert.

Discovery Bedu, run by indigenous Bedouins, provides six deluxe tents with magnificent sunset views. Infused with regional herbs and spices, the camp's tented kitchen offers genuine Bedouin cuisine.

Treebones Resort - Big Sur, California

For families wishing to disconnect from Wi-Fi and rekindle their relationships while vacationing in California, Treebones Resort Big Sur is the finest glamping resort in Big Sur. It provides spectacular vistas and a variety of outdoor activities. 

You can also choose from really basic (simple tents) to opulent oceanfront yurts (with queen- or king-size beds) to an exceptional solar-powered "cocoon tent" with 500 square feet of living area, a sumptuous king-size bed, an en suite bathroom, and a private balcony and fire pit with sunset views.

Manvar Desert Camp & Resort, Thar Desert, India

Manvar Desert Camp & Resort, located in the center of Rajasthan, brings back a 17th-century experience. On his way to the battlegrounds, Mughal Emperor Jehangir was renowned for pitching opulent tents. With its 30 luxurious safari-style camping tents, Manvar is carrying on this heritage today. 

Each glamping tent has panoramic views of the desert, teak furnishings, and spacious, comfortable beds. Spend your nights around a campfire being entertained by local musicians and dancers while taking in the amazing sunrises and starry night sky.

Singita Sabora Tented Camp, Tanzania

The Sabora Plains Tented Camp from Singita is located in the Singita Grumeti Reserve, in the Serengeti's Western Corridor. The style of Sabora is reminiscent of an earlier period of adventure, with its nine canvas tents tastefully furnished with Persian carpets, dark wood and leather, and earthy tones. 

Each tent features a terrace with a view of the breathtaking Grumeti countryside and a bathroom. Although it has a very distinct vibe and design concepts from other Singita assets, it upholds the same high standards for excellent service, style, and great game viewing.

Mombo and Little Mombo, Okavango Delta, Botswana

Travel experts frequently list Mombo and Little Mombo as the best places to go glitzy camping in Botswana. Both of these lavish tent camps are situated in the Moremi Game Reserve and provide prime viewing opportunities for the Big Five. These camps personify the traditional safari attitude by being elegant, subtle, and ageless.

In addition to having individual balconies, en suite bathrooms, and enormous four-poster beds, Mombo's nine above-ground pavilions are connected by wooden walkways. Little Mombo, a part of the Mombo Camp that provides more seclusion, is nearby.

Al Maha, Bubai, UAE

Al Maha, the UAE's first luxury desert resort, inaugurated in 1999 and is set inside a 55,600-acre natural reserve. Al Maha runs with early-morning and late-night safari-style adventures on 4x4, camels, and horses. The 42 tented suites at the resort are far enough apart from one another to be completely private. 

They are connected by paved paths to the restaurant, spa, and lobby. Decks and plunge pools offer panoramic views of the dunes and a watering hole that attracts 400 Arabian oryx, an indigenous species that was overhunted in the 19th and 20th centuries and brought back from the brink of extinction.

Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle, Chiang Rai, Thailand

Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle is located in a stunning bamboo jungle adjacent to some of Thailand's earliest civilizations. It is a natural wonderland surrounded by gorgeous mountains.

Here, visitors can experience an elephant ride, go on a nature walk, and learn about the traditions of the most vibrant hilltribes in northern Thailand.

There are only 15 tents at Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle, where visitors may stretch out in 54 sq m (581 sq ft) of living area outfitted with leather-and-hardwood bush seats, or relax in a custom-made wooden hot tub on the outside deck.

Three Camel Lodge, Gobi Desert, Mongolia

The Three Camel Lodge, a traditional Mongolian camping site in the Gobi, was constructed with environmental sustainability in mind. The felt tents of the nomadic herders known as gers, where guests rest, are furnished with hand-painted accents, king-size mattresses, and wood stoves.

As part of a Gobi nomadic custom, every ger's door faces south, giving guests a clear view of the desert and the Gobi-Altai Mountains. For gathering, dining, and entertainment, there is a central house.

Longitude 131˚, Uluru, Australia

Located in the adventurous center of Australia, Longitude 131° provides a sublime exploration experience. Longitude 131° boasts breathtaking vistas of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, an outback emblem and World Heritage Site.

The luxurious tented pavilions of Longitude 131°, perched in the shade of a red sand dune and surrounded by spinifex and desert oaks, are dwarfed by the grandeur of the surroundings. Here, visitors can dig into the roots of Anangu culture and discover their alluring homeland.

Aman-i-Khas,Rajasthan, India

Entering at this time-warpingly gorgeous luxury jungle resort on the outskirts of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is like traveling back in time. Astonishing accommodations are offered in 10 air-conditioned, Mughal-style tents that are 6 feet tall. 

They resemble the luxury Moghul traveling tents of yore, which had "rooms" divided by fabric curtains. Even better, the tents have a shower, soaking tub, and private bathroom.

Visitors to the park may go on twice-daily guided wildlife watching expeditions to see native game including tigers, leopards, hyenas, sloth bears, crocodiles, and chital deer.

Zio EcoCabin, Hildale, Utah, United States

This magnificent resort is ideal for unforgettable glamping excursions in Zion National Park. Visitors to this unusual property will get unobstructed views of the southern side of the Zion Mountains while on vacation. 

The Utah cabin is an excellent choice for a couple or two travelers searching for a special glamping adventure in beautiful surroundings, and the retreat is equipped with everything visitors could possibly need for an amazing stay close to Zion.

Glampers are treated to an exquisite elevated deck with chairs and a grill outside where they can enjoy some al fresco meals with loved ones.

Hoshinoya Fuji, Fuji, Japan

Hoshinoya, which advertises itself as a bird sanctuary, is the elegant getaway outside of Tokyo that you didn't know you desired. The resort is nestled in an ecosystem that is teeming with bird life, giving it a true haven for the senses.

So Hoshinoya is the best place to go glamping in Japan, in our opinion. You can choose to prepare your own dinner in the middle of the forest at night with the assistance of a chef using fresh local foods.