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If you wish to go camping with your friends or loved ones, but eventually backed out due to lack of basic amenities when sleeping in a tent, this is your call to reconsider exploring nature from the comfort of our luxury glamping tents and yurts. Glamping is the right choice of accommodation for anyone who loves nature and wants to reunite with it, but simply doesn’t want to share a bed with the bugs or take a shower under the stars. “Glamping” as a name for this recently submerged type of travelling, is a combination of glamourous and camping. We have many different options according to your preferences for location and experience – a hut in the forest, yurts in the meadows or right by the water, and even some nature houses high in the mountains. The biggest advantage of glamping is the possibility to closely experience nature – wake up to birds chirping, listen to the howls of wild animals at night, dine under millions of stars and take in the fresh air all around you.

European nature in your backyard

Europe is one of the favorite destinations among tourists from all over the world. While it is true that our small continent is packed with centuries of rich history, old traditions and numerous nations with their own customs all under one roof, it is also true that visitors tend to prefer metropolitan areas filled with museums, monuments, streets, shops and restaurants. They don’t know what they are missing, because our small continent possesses a huge list of natural resources of any kind.

Everybody is aware of the Alps, especially their Swiss side with the ski resorts, mulled wine and traditional alpine houses. While the Alps are definitely beautiful and worth the visit, there is a smaller mountain range, less busy with tourists, which offers just as much to those who travel through its dense woods. The Pyrenees are a mountain range creating a natural border between France and Spain and stretching for more than 400 km. This mountain range includes hundreds of smaller mountains, many higher than 3,000 m, hundreds of rivers and streams and villages resting in the river valleys or high up on the foothills.

Of course, in the wintertime you can always go skiing, sledging or hiking. During the warmer months of spring and summer, the Pyrenees turn into heaven for hikers with hundreds of routes crossing the peaks. On the Spanish side of the range, the national park Ordesa y Monte Perdido is worth a visit, too. Located at the Ordessa valley and proclaimed as a conservation ground in 1918, UNESCO recognized the area as a biosphere reserve. The park itself consists of four valleys and a peak – Monte Perdido. The ecosystem of the park is unique in terms of the symbiotic biodiversity it creates – meadows lined with deep forests, torrential waters creating magnificent gorges for thousands of years, glaciers and lakes.

Although mostly a flat land, the Netherlands is not as boring as it sounds to some in terms of nature. Dutch people in fact love nature and invest a lot in its preservation. Due to their love of nature, locals have demanded the establishment of numerous campsites – more than 150 spread across the country. The province of Zeeland to the west is a favorite camping spot for our team. Large parts of the territory are below the sea level, there are many beaches drawing in tourists, and in its sense the whole area is a huge delta of rivers Scheldt, Rhine and Meuse. The man-made hills in the middle of the delta are interconnected by dikes, creating a chain of islands. It is a remarkable place to be and to admire the power of nature versus the never-ending hope and perseverance of humans – the battle has been going for centuries. In the same region you will find the best of serene nature in the geopark Schelde Delta – a wild area recognized by UNESCO for its international value.


A hike through the Pyrenees is especially suitable for those of you who have some previous trekking experience and a love for water. In this mountain range you will be literally surrounded with water all the way up to the peaks, as many rivers and streams rise from the glaciers at the top. At the Ordesa Monte Perdido national park make sure to take one of the 19 routes of varying difficulty. Some of the best routes are also a bit harder, however the views they present are always worth the struggle as they pass by the campivating landscape of waterfalls. Our favorite is the Garganta de Escuain – a cascading waterfall through the river gorge. In fact, this territory is not only beautiful but also one of the least explored in the mountain range. Take the Balconies path in Revilla to discover the best of the wildest parts of this national park.

Zeeland offers numerous hiking, walking and cycling possibilities on its extensive trail network. There are paths literally everywhere, however one of our most favorite is the path that crosses the woods and dunes of Manteling van Walcheren reserve. For nine kilometers of pure bliss you get to enjoy not only the expressive plant life of the reserve, but also Zealand's oldest beach resort, a favorite spot for famous artists like Mondriaan, the beautiful and some of the cleanest beaches and waters of the North Sea.

Animal kingdom

Europe’s great valleys, high mountains and the Great European Plain make a lovely home to thousands of animal species, many of them specific for only one up to a few regions throughout the world. If you want to experience rare encounters, choose one of the ways to explore the Great European Plain – an area in Central Europe known for its rich biodiversity. You will get a chance to spot roe deer, chamois in the higher mountains, Eurasian wolf, Eurasian lynx and the European wild cat (which ironically looks very much like a domestic cat).

Weather conditions

As expected for the geographical latitude of Europe, the months from April to Sempember offer the most in terms of warm temperatures and less rain. However, according to your destination of choice, the perfect time frame may vary. For example, if you decide to go to the Scandinavian countries you would opt for a late spring time – May or even June, in order to have moderate temperatures of around 15° and up to 20°C. As a rule of thumb, Mediterranean countries tend to get hotter during the summer, therefore it would be best not to visit during the highest temperature peaks of July and August.