Hi guys! It’s been a good lot time since I have travelled somewhere far and different. I am still planning for the same so that I can share some more gorgeous insights of nature with you… by the way are you guys there on Instagram?? Then you might want to check out my account… well, you never know, you may like it :) Getting back on travel topic… I recently came across a term “Glamping” and I felt that I don’t know since how many years was I unaware of it.
Actually it doesn’t really matter much to an ammeter traveller like me. But still I thought of sharing the info. with you. So a “Glamping spot” = Glam+Camping spot, some call it tent too, but when it comes to “luxe” added then Glamping is a fairly good name given ;) Yes, it is a luxurious stay at tent. Well, as much as most of us desire to live in a bungalow than in an apartment, there are travellers who doesn’t wish to have their stay in a room followed by a corridor (Okay I made this up!). But really, nobody stays in a hotel for long, still if given a scenic view right in front of your tent, you may want to relax a bit more there and be grateful for the moment.
So I managed to research, select (my fav.) and edit some gorgeous glamping sites out of the crowd of business and opulence. Check ’em out!!
I liked the way they kept the interiors of Chhatra Sagar look so attractive, by filling the entire furnishing part with Rajasthani folk art prints. Though the resort is quite spacious and luxurious with all the amenities, but still it doesn’t look like every other stay zone in Hotels.
Why I got attracted to Otter Creek is because of the calming interiors, that resembles a country-cottage look and I am very much in love with that look. It may not seem luxurious to you, but it indeed is… not only with amenities but also with the nature outside.
I liked Shergarh tent-resort the most in that area, because of the interiors that is so close to the ethnicity of Madhya Pradesh and it’s culture. The Cane doors, partition and flooring, roots you to the place and makes the stay so calming.
As soon as I see coconut tree in any pic. I feel at home already :) Well, this glamping site naming Grassroots is quite captivating and the interiors is really impressive. Though the set-up doesn’t really look as if it is in Kerala, but this looks so much satisfying that it at-least doesn’t give the repetitive Hotel look.
Inside Banjara camps, the room looks so cozy and beautifully arranged. I feel the Kilim right beside the bed is kept not only for the purpose of styling the room, but also to keep one away from catching cold by the misty weather in Himachal Pradesh. Also, though I don’t know whether the shawl hung on the coat-hanger is for the photo-shoot only or not… but it’s the echo of generosity and beauty of the people there.
Kohima camp… amidst such a dense forest, I had no idea someone can even start a business of camping there and that too with such a pristine interiors, luxury and amenities. But… they made it and they did it for us, because obviously this is a very good link between nature and grandeur in a balanced state :) I loved it!
Leh-Ladakh attracts me more than any other place (as of yet). And staying in Tsermang with a taste of the local things and prints is even better. I liked almost everything about this room, it’s airy, comforting and especially the blanket-chest (storage at the foot of the bed) also called as cedar-chest, speak about the folklore of Leh.
I hope you guys liked this post. So, I would like to know… have you ever knew/heard about this term “Glamping” before? What do you think about the idea and creativity, they have generated in making our stay remarkable? Do let me know guys, cuz it feels really great to chat with you here :) Ciao!!
*All the images are taken from their respective websites*