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Top Places to go Glamping in Mexico

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If you are adventurous and looking for new experiences, then Glamping in Mexico is something you will love. Discover nature, outdoor activities, and sustainable tourism in unique natural settings. This proposal to go camping without having to forego the service and amenities of a hotel, with luxury and comfort, will guarantee your trip will be an unforgettable experience.

What is Glamping

The concept of Glamping came from glamour and camping and was created as an alternative to those that love camping and nature but also love the comfort and service you would get from a world-class hotel. Travelers can enjoy their time off inside a tent surrounded by nature, but with the luxury and comfort element included. There are mountain, beach, forest, desert or jungle destinations for you to choose as a new way to travel. Because the idea is to provide elegance and comfort, most destinations have a wide variety of tents. And just like a hotel room, it will also vary its price depending on size, location, services, and amenities.

Baja California

Close to the border, you will find several options in Baja if you’re driving from Southern California. Campera is located in the Valle de Guadalupe Wine Country. This beautiful setting is perfect for relaxing in a bubble with luxury and comfort, ideal for resting and rewarding yourself with its attractive culinary offering. Cuatro Cuartos is also located in Ensenada wine country and is less than 2 miles from the sea. Luxury accommodations for 2 to 5 guests, tents with chimneys, and access to the beach club make this a top destination. Baja Camp is a safari-style eco-resort in the beautiful, deserted island of Espiritu Santo overlooking the Sea of Cortez. It’s a unique possibility with a maximum 10-guest capacity, ideal for those that enjoy ocean activities. Another option is Gypsy Canyon in Todos Santos, catering to larger parties with a more family environment. This desert location is 10 minutes from town, and you can enjoy luxury amenities, including fine dining.

Tulum

Tulum has a reputation for being the perfect place for an unplugged vacation. And if you want to camp in style in this paradise, then give Hotel Harmony a try. This enchanted spot is nestled between the white beaches of Tulum and the Mayan Jungle. You can travel as a family trip, with friends, or for a romantic escape; either way, you’ll love this place. Another option is Nativus, where you will wake up surrounded by the jungle, a walking distance from a cenote and minutes from the ocean. This resort is exclusive for adults, and other activities include yoga, paddleboard, kayaking, snorkel, among others. This is an incredible location where you can also get lost in the magical biosphere of Siaan Kaan. Between the towns of Playa del Carmen and Tulum, you will find Akumal Natura Glamping. Surrounded by beautiful gardens in the middle of the Mayan Jungle, this hotel has a wild animal rescue center, two cenotes, walking distance to the beach, and the turtle sanctuary. All tents are built with sustainable materials and apply eco-friendly techniques to offer a memorable stay.

Central Mexico

In the state of Morelos, look for Tendo Glamping Tepoztlán, a family-friendly option to enjoy outdoor activities such as zip-lining, swimming pool, kayaking, playground in addition to comfortable tents for relaxing with all amenities included. Las Estacas Glamping is located in the Natural Park of the same name in the town of Tlaltizapan. With 25 luxury tents surrounded by a beautiful natural setting. You can explore the river nearby, request your picnic basket to dine outdoors, or enjoy watching a movie outside or even a romantic bonfire with your significant other. A different choice is Huasca Sierra Verde, with its luxury igloos equipped for up to four guests. A fun alternative if you also like sports and having fun, and enjoying nature to the max.

Other Excellent Options and Activities

El Jabalí Sierra Gorda is located in the city of Queretaro. This location offers safari-type tents close to the canyon of the Extoraz river, next to the mountain, which can only be accessed by driving a four-wheel motorcycle. Picocanoa Rodavento is located near the village of Jalcomulco and has a privileged location. Activities include mountain biking, whitewater rafting, climbing to exploring a canyon, and flying over the treetops on a zip line to end the day with a relaxing massage and a temascal prehispanic steam bath; this remarkable resort rewrote the definition of small hotels.

Glamping in Mexico is achieving an exceptional combination of sophistication and adventure, a unique experience for tireless travelers. Try this exciting proposal; it will be worth it.

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